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Synonyms for avant-garde

Synonyms for avant-garde

any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts)

radically new or original


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Participants voiced satisfaction at Tunisia's experience in this field and the country's constant keenness to keep abreast of developments which international laws undergo, and its avant-guard role to reinforce the Group during its tenure.
Speaking about the competition, INDEX Show Director Lu Buchanan said, "Interior design in Dubai is unique, in that it combines traditional Arabic designs with the avant-guard.
With her husband, William Zorach, she exhibited at avant-guard galleries and entertained painters, poets and playwrights among others.
In what is perhaps the most interesting and original part of his book, Maghraoui recounts their efforts to define Egypt as a distinct nation detached from its Arab-Islamic connections: an Egypt which was at the same time modern and avant-guard as well as the cadre of the Western civilization by way of the ancient Egyptian influence on the Greek and Roman civilizations.
IN HIS THOUGHT-PROVOKING DISSECTION of a new trend in avant-guard French fiction, Warren Motte traces the means and ways of fabulation in the works of ten authors, with an eye to their role in "the fate of the novel as a cultural form.
Strauss has chosen a staff that also allows the company to provide expertise in every aspect of the construction industry, from avant-guard design to high-tech administration.
Tamba, which is run by 26-year-old Ms Hammond, recently acquired a number of new clients including a Mayfair designer handbag boutique, iguana sanctuary, avant-guard photographer, pop stars, TV channels, speed dating agency, lawyers and a hypnotist.
Becks, Justin Timberlake and Craig David are always avant-guard in sussing out sartorial success and Robbie Savage looked the picture of perfection on his wedding day last year.
Shmuel Feiner, Professor of Jewish History at Bar-Ilan University, presents the ideology, history, and centers of the Haskalah, the portrait of a maskil, and the maskilim's self-image in considering themselves as part of a voluntary, redeeming avant-guard movement.