sztuka współczesna po angielsku

× to słownik polsko-angielski grupujący słowa po angielsku według tematyki.
Oprócz angielskiego tłumaczenia słów polskich podawana jest również definicja i przykłady użycia oraz synonimy (wyrazy bliskoznaczne), antonimy (wyrazy przeciwstawne), hiperonimy (pojęcia nadrzędne) i hiponimy (pojęcia podrzędne).

W założeniach serwis ma być pomocny nauczycielom języka angielskiego przygotowującym słownictwo na dany temat oraz osobom uczącym się tego języka w celu poszerzenia poznawanego słownictwa.

Słowa polskie, ich tłumaczenia na język angielski oraz definicje i przykłady użycia pochodzą z leksykalno-semantycznej baza danych plWordNet tworzoną przez Grupę Technologii Językowych Politechniki Wrocławskiej.

Hasła związane ze słowem/zwrotem sztuka współczesna

Hasło po polskuHasło po angielskuRelacja językowaDefinicja i przykłady
sztukaartistic production, artistic creation, artpojęcie nadrzędnethe creation of beautiful or significant things; "art does not need to be innovative to be good"; "I was never any good at art"; "he said that architecture is the art of wasting space beautifully"
abstrakcjonizmabstract art, abstractionismczęść składowaan abstract genre of art; artistic content depends on internal form rather than pictorial representation
popart, pop-artPop Artczęść składowaa school of art that emerged in the United Kingdom in the 1950s and became prevalent in the United States and the United Kingdom in the 1960s; it imitated the techniques of commercial art (as the soup cans of Andy Warhol) and the styles of popular culture and the mass media
dadaizm, antysztukadadaism, dadaczęść składowaa nihilistic art movement (especially in painting) that flourished in Europe early in the 20th century; based on irrationality and negation of the accepted laws of beauty
antyestetyzmanti-aestheticismczęść składowaopposition to or rejection of the Aesthetic art movement. Seye's photographs of Samb's courtyard can be read as expanding the anti-aestheticism of Samb's work in several ways.
surrealizm, nadrealizmsurrealismczęść składowaa 20th century movement of artists and writers (developing out of dadaism) who used fantastic images and incongruous juxtapositions in order to represent unconscious thoughts and dreams
fowizmfauvismczęść składowaan art movement launched in 1905 whose work was characterized by bright and nonnatural colors and simple forms; influenced the expressionists
spacjalizmspatialismczęść składowaan art movement founded by Italian artist Lucio Fontana in Milan in 1947 in which he intended to synthesize colour, sound, space, movement, and time into a new type of art. Originally a figurative artist like many experimentalists, he was influenced by the spatialism of Fontana.
neofowizmneue wildenczęść składowaTerm used in Germany for neo-expressionism, the re-emergence of expressive painting in the late 1970s and 1980s. Like other neo-expressive movements of this era, the work of the Neue Wilden (i.e. new Fauves), is characterised by bright, intense colours and quick, broad brushstrokes, and can be seen to have arisen in opposition to the then dominant avant-garde movements of minimal art and conceptual art.
produktywizmProductivismczęść składowaan art movement founded by a group of Constructivist artists in post-Revolutionary Russia who believed that art should have a practical, socially useful role as a facet of industrial production. Others, meanwhile, pushed on to a new but short-lived and disappointing phase known as Productivism, in which artists worked in industry.
antyteatranti-theatreczęść składowaany form of drama which is not naturalistic, traditional, conventional or ‘legit’; thus, theatre which disobeys or actively goes against accepted laws and rules of dramaturgy. Most anti-theatre, including Six Characters in Search of an Author, never achieves that level of acceptance in the mind of the audience.
transawangardatransavantgardeczęść składowathe Italian version of Neo-expressionism, an art movement that swept through Italy, and the rest of Western Europe, in the late 1970s and 1980s. Transavantgarde marked a return to figurative art, as well as mythic imagery, which was rediscovered during the height of the movement.
mizerabilizmmiserabilismczęść składowamid-20th century French art movement. Along with the briefly popular painters of a style known as Miserabilism in the early 1950s, Buffet’s pictures were easily digestible accompaniments to the existential revulsion described in Jean-Paul Sartre’s novel Nausea (La Nausée), 1938, and the fiction of Albert Camus, melded with the sordid underbelly of Georges Simenon’s detective stories.
kubofuturyzmcubo-futurismczęść składowathe main school of painting and sculpture practiced by the Russian Futurists. Neo-primitivisrn was followed first by Cubo-Futurism and then by Rayonsim.
neoekspresjonizmneoexpressionismczęść składowaan art movement based on expressionism; developed in 1980s in Europe and United States; crudely drawn garish paintings