avant-garde [adjective]

Definition of avant-garde:

  • Pertaining to or characteristic of experimental or innovative works, especially in the arts, that push the boundaries of what is accepted as the norm or tradition.
  • A group or movement that introduces innovative or experimental ideas, especially in the arts.

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Sentence/Example of avant-garde:

The avant-garde artist shocked the critics with her unconventional approach to sculpture.

The play was praised for its avant-garde use of multimedia and interactive elements.

The avant-garde filmmaker was known for pushing cinematic boundaries with surreal narratives.

Avant-garde composers often challenge traditional musical forms and structures.

The museum curated an exhibition showcasing avant-garde fashion designs from the 1960s.

He joined an avant-garde poetry circle that focused on experimental verse and prose.

Avant-garde architecture aims to redefine urban landscapes with sustainable and futuristic designs.

The band’s avant-garde album received mixed reviews for its unconventional sound.

Avant-garde literature often explores themes of existentialism and absurdism.

She admired avant-garde theater for its ability to provoke thought and challenge societal norms.