In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(looking back)(insight) retrospectivo(exhibition/season) retrospectivo
- A large retrospective exhibition like the one presently at the Guggenheim Museum must be both thrilling and terrifying.
- Reznikoff clearly preferred the wisdom of experience, a retrospective mood, to merely evoking the frenzy of the immediate moment.
- This was a retrospective article about the attorney's career in the midst of a campaign for municipal judge, eight years after Burroughs was said to have submitted legislation.
- Organizing a retrospective exhibition of an older, still highly productive artist can be tricky.
- The idea of commemoration shows up most strongly in the retrospective narrative provided by the interpolated tales.
- I understand the lack of a commentary track, especially since two of the three main personnel are dead, but surely we could have been given at least a retrospective documentary detailing the troubled production.
- A retrospective exhibition of the work of Hamish Fulton is at Tate Britain until 4 June.
- This double album is a retrospective compilation drawn from a number of Garbarek's albums recorded over the last 30 years.
- Thompson retains the lines but abandons their judicial context, thus depriving the play of its retrospective irony.
- However, Thompson noted that memory is not so subject to error as to invalidate the usefulness of information gathered from retrospective interviewing.
- Symphonic music tended to be retrospective, with Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven forming the staple fare and accounting for the conservative forms of Schumann's and Mendelssohn's orchestral compositions.
- Bronte's limited world was one of moorland and governesses, big houses and class strictures, but Boylan goes further, uncovering the underbelly of Victorian society with retrospective omniscience.
- In 1999 the National Museum of American Art had a retrospective exhibition of the artist's works.
- His retrospective exhibition featured only 123 of his best works, but many more have come to light since, and continue to do so.
- Matters are made more ominous by the fact that, in the novel's opening chapter, Lowry introduces us to these main events from the retrospective vantage point of November 1939.
- It was also shown at the 1857 retrospective exhibition of Delaroche's works at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, and was photographed by Robert Bingham for the catalogue raisonne published in 1858.
- A major retrospective exhibition of his work was held at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts in 1996 and another was launched in Paris in 2000.
- Fifteen minutes of retrospective interviews with director and writer Polanski, producer Robert Evans and production designer Richard Sylbert offer a lot of history and insight about the film.
- Ralston provides some technical knowledge and insight, while Harryhausen provides some retrospective information and some information on O'Brien that others made not have previously known.
- Providing Web access to retrospective holdings is difficult because it involves digitally imaging older materials.
- I managed to get assignments to write the retrospective biographies of Raymond Massey and Burl Ives.
- The paradox of retrospective exhibitions is that they present the artist's work as completed and therefore past, even as some of the work receives its first public viewing.
- Like the term ‘Renaissance’, ‘Reformation’ is a retrospective term applied to the consequences of Luther's ideas.
- In 1946, the New York Museum of Modern Art had a huge retrospective exhibition of Marc Chagall's prints and paintings.
- The so-called rules of music theory constitute a retrospective set of principles that describe what various composers have done in the past.
- The problem of retrospective awareness of the deleterious effects of mining is difficult to deal with.
- They tuned down in adaptation to Swedish taste, merging after some time into a romantic nationalism, embracing art nouveau and Jugend motifs as well as retrospective back-to-basics ideals.
- Does our necessarily retrospective position deform our understanding of the writing process?
- These works, part of a bequest from Jochen Schneider, patron and friend of the artist in Kampala, were the specific stimulus for the retrospective exhibition and its catalogue reviewed by Kasfir.
- The retrospective exhibition will include the artist's earliest work as well as his last projects - photographs that span the last half of the twentieth century.
- To celebrate Ian Hamilton Finlay's eightieth birthday, Edinburgh saw no fewer than three retrospective exhibitions, which together illustrated something of his range as a poet, printmaker and sculptor.
- Studying two initiatives in a single organization limits the ability to generalize, and retrospective accounts are subject to hindsight bias.
- Guy Bourdin, the book, is the catalog of the first serious retrospective exhibition of the photographer's work curated by Charlotte Cotton for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
- The two retrospective articles published by the Moulton Advertiser in 1984 and 1998 did not print the Letson family name.
- The previous October her first full retrospective exhibition in the United States had opened at the Houston Museum of Fine Arts, and despite infirmity Krasner traveled to Texas for the opening.
- The retrospective glance offers a certain clarity and there are continuities between the drawings you were producing in the late 1960s through to those produced in the 1980s.
- He has won numerous awards and in 1976 was the first native-born living American artist to be honoured with a retrospective exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum, New York; but critical opinion on him is widely divided.
- Following retrospective exhibitions at the Whitney Museum and Corcoran Gallery in 1974, she began keeping journals documenting her life as an artist.
- The Victoria and Albert Museum is celebrating the centenary of the photographer's birth in 1904 with a retrospective exhibition of his work based on prints from the Bill Brandt Archive.
- This retrospective exhibition presented works spanning the five-decade-long career of William Clutz.
1retrospectiva femeninoexposición retrospectiva femenino
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