friezelike

friezelike

(ˈfriːzˌlaɪk)
adj
(Architecture) architect resembling, or reminiscent of, a frieze
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In Stripe, 2014, the friezelike centerpiece of her recent exhibition "Empowerment," Julia Wachtel pairs silk-screened images of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un with painted cartoons of South Korean pop star Psy, singer of the once ubiquitous "Gangnam Style.
and] monogrammed into the bronze grilling above the ticket-and-information windows and inletted friezelike into baseboard and cornice of the synthetic stone.
Malandain makes no attempt to imitate the friezelike, one-dimensional movements of the original work.
To be sure, the dancers manage ballet technique well, as noted in the friezelike bourrees on pointe of the silhouetted ballerinas in Australian choreographer Meryl Tankard's take on Maurice Ravel's Bolero (1998), currently in the repertoire.
h]igh overhead the dome of azure glass repeated the mosaiced twin Fsymbols of the runways to the brass twin Fs let into the tile floor and which, bright-polished, gleaming, seemed to reflect and find soundless and fading echo in turn monogrammed into the bronzed grilling above the ticket-and-information windows and inletted friezelike into baseboard and cornice of the synthetic stone.
The most vigorous speakers of this language proved to be the dancers of Israel's Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company, who shone in Rami Be'er's abstract, friezelike, yet seething Aide-Memoire.
The scale of the murals encourages a distant view that takes in the friezelike lineup of figures as forms in a sequence but also promotes the opposite, the most minute scrutiny of every wrinkle, every microgesture, every nuance of posture, as if from these details something could be read about the life and times.
Ann Arnoult and Alexei Koriaguine portrayed Clytemnestra and Aegisthus, while the chorus's friezelike poses offered relief from the lead characters' angst.
The six-panel photograph depicts a friezelike procession of all of Lipps's figurines positioned along a shelf, organized left to right in a gradual crescendo of color.
The eight performers are silhouetted against a dark background as they enter in a friezelike formation.
Its restaging in the present context abides by its initial protocols, wherein the friezelike panels hang close to the ceiling.
These elected officials are often seated friezelike behind long tables and desks, so schematically composed that they resemble the static tableaux of history paintings.