artistic movement


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While the collection included works from Saudi Arabia, Iran, Turkey, Egypt and Lebanon, the spotlight was on Saqqakhaneh art pieces - an artistic movement that began in Iran during the 1960s.
Hilal highlighted the importance of sculpture forums which sought to enrich cultural and artistic movement, exchange expertise and create dialogue across the works of sculptors of different generations.
Between the 1910s and the 1960s, Le Corbusier built seventeen buildings that contributed to the architecture and artistic movement of the 20th century, created a new architectural language and modernized building techniques while providing answers to new social and human needs.
Tanavoli is associated with the Saqqakhaneh artistic movement, considered the "most influential avant-garde in 1960s Iran," according to the UK's Tate Modern.
This edition has been revised to incorporate new research and methodological developments, expanded architectural drawings, new essays on architectural basics and art materials and techniques, new essays on the role of patrons, new critical thinking boxes and maps, revised features on the key characteristics of each period or artistic movement, and other changes to chapters.
And that is no accident, because they also accurately describe the 19th-century artistic movement known as Impressionism, founded by Camille Pissarro, the third son Rachel Pomie bore to her second husband, Frederick.
MATTHEW LOVE REPLIES: It's wasn't my intention to dismiss any regional claims to a place in improv's history--as with any big artistic movement, there are always creative minds in disparate locations working toward similar ends.
The minister expressed Yemen's desire to take advantage of the French cultural experience and its need for the French support in the cultural fields, especially in the establishment of an academy or a higher institute for arts to serve the Yemeni artistic movement.
The vandal, who cofounded the artistic movement "yellowism", stepped over a barrier in the gallery and daubed his name and the words "12 a potential piece of yellowism".
Abdul Rahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and chairman of the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority, said: "The purport and objectives of the MoU are in coherence with the endeavors of the Dubai Culture aimed at uplifting the innovative profile of the Emirate through interactive communication with all spectrums of the community to keep pace with the growing artistic movement in Dubai such that all components of the city will act as a platform for exhibiting stunning art innovations.
HE Abdul Rahman Al Owais, Minister of Health and chairman of the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority, said: "The purport and objectives of the MoU are in coherence with the endeavours of the Dubai Culture aimed at uplifting the innovative profile of the Emirate through interactive communication with all spectrums of the community to keep pace with the growing artistic movement in Dubai such that all components of the city will act as a platform for exhibiting stunning art innovations.
Emerging in the mid 1960s, this Brazilian artistic movement sought to cannibalize Brazilian and foreign artistic influences in a synthetic process that produced new works in theater, poetry, and music.
The ceremony, to be held at Inter-Continental Hotel, will be attended by a number of their Highnesses, Ministers, Undersecretaries and people interested in cultural and artistic movement in the Sultanate.
Currently on view in the Sackler Wing Galleries for the Arts of Japan at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this exhibition presents an overview of the Rimpa artistic movement (also 'Rinpa' as in the Met's title), a trans-historical approach to art whose practitioners, separated by time and place, found common ground in a range of styles; their work featured a preference for native themes such as classical Japanese literature and flowering plants painted in bright colours and often presented on screens sheathed in gold leaf.
30 Lingfield Social realism, also known as sociorealism, is an artistic movement that depicts social and racial injustice and economic hardship through unvarnished pictures of life's struggles, often depicting working-class activities as heroic.