body of work

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the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it)

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This particular body of work remarked upon the culture of the public, outward spectacle at a social and gendered level, which often overtakes or conceals the true purpose behind these events.
Paredes replied to Izabel's tweet, vehemently disagreeing and saying Cayabyab's body of work is diverse.
This body of work explores lines, form and the interplay of light in urban structures.
A Not especially proud of any of them, as it feels unfair on the other pieces to pick a favourite, but as a body of work I feel this show is getting somewhere.
As an artist, it is solely your responsibility (whether or not you have an agent or representative) to make certain that you have the necessary tools to make your career a success, in order ensure that your body of work and the associated values of that body of work will be maintained for the ages.
The honour is awarded for excellence in poetry for either a body of work or an outstanding poetry collection published during the year of the award.
I think you have to see the whole body of work to understand the philosophy behind it," she said.
SAG president Ken Howard said Borgnine still had "boundless energy" and boasted an "impressive body of work".
The Gold Medal honors an individual whose significant body of work has had a lasting influence on the theory and practice of architecture.
Kahn's buildings are keys to understanding New York's skyline: his body of work is featured here in a pairing of black and white images with in-depth architectural and biographical notes, making this a definitive guide.
He welcomes the beetle research as adding to the growing body of work demonstrating that "sperm production turns out not to be cheap, after all." Pitnick and his colleagues have reported that among species of small, insect-eating bats, investing in supersize testes tends to correspond to having smaller brains.
A unique body of work, The Sorcerer's Trick: A Weapon Of Mass Deception by Morgan "Two Fires" Kazembe is an eclectic collection showcasing a vast and diverse cornucopia of worldly philosophy, conceptual understandings, wry insights, and "the everything of everything" reference book presented in a satirical, inventive, deeply engaging, and impressively informative manner that will hook the reader's total attention from first page to last.
As a long-time poet, and perpetual student of the universe around him, O'Callaghan's poetry buries itself deep into the skin of the reader, creating an upheaval of enlightening, life enriching and thought- provoking realizations only found in such judicious body of work. Fiction: None of this is true./We're still all/we crack ourselves/out to be.//I haven't laid/our he rafters/in a plot/with my loose ends.//You're not miles away./The slow numbers/were never/swayed alone to.//I don't blame you,/smiling in the mirror/at a face/you've just made up.
Auping says he's uninterested in "complicating Kiefer" and concentrates specifically on the metaphysical content of the work, subordinating detailed analyses of iconography and what he calls the works' "German-ness." (He cites Kiefer's earliest surviving work, The Heavens, 1969, a delicate book, in support of his thesis.) It's a major curatorial gamble that risks diminishing the import of a body of work that for more than thirty years has explored issues of guilt, redemption, identity, and remembrance by synthesizing images from Nazi Germany, Norse mythology, Christianity, and Kabbalism.