- n any creative group active in the innovation and application of new concepts and techniques in a given field (especially in the arts)
- s radically new or original
an avant-garde theater piece
- A common criticism of avant-garde art used to be that small children banging on pots and pans or flinging paint at a canvas could have produced exactly the same effect.
- Shenggy was at the venue of 'Break the rule', an avant-garde exhibition in London.
- N ASKED TO MUSE ON THE avant-garde of the generation before his own, the man who became perhaps the most influential avant-garde dramatist of the 20th century savored the .
- Paul McCartney in Reuters UK
I said it would be great to put this on because it would show we were working with really avant-garde stuff,McCartney told Radio 4's Front Row culture show in an interview to be broadcast on Thursday.
- Barack Obama in Economic Times
With the 200C EV, we were able to maximize the effectiveness of the ENVI powertrain with the stunning, wind-cheating vehicle shape, while pushing toward the future with the avant-garde interior and advanced in-vehicle connectivity. Designed for the... Ralph Gilles http://www.google.com/url?q=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Gilles&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNHLWsMUSF64nmYSHR0Wbobo61r8Xg SYS-CON Media http://www.google.com/url?q=http://in.sys-con.com/node/805719&source=dictionary&usg=AFQjCNEQoOEft3G-ah-SCi3cQobKb9spBQ Jan 11, 2009
6947 10159 avant-garde Visiting a veritable who's who of global technology giants" in Bangalore, the would-be Obama official said he "was struck not only by the technological inroads being made in newly designed, avant-garde factories and laboratories, but also by...