intimist

intimist

or

intimiste

adj
(Art Terms) relating to intimism
n
(Art Terms) a painter belonging to the school of intimism
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The alliance between the intimist and, at the same time, acid writing in Lucio Cardoso's social critique (which, as critics have already pointed out, went far beyond the regionalist literature of his time) and the boldness that was simple, straightforward, yet sensitive to the poetic gesture of the image and to the importance of the literary in the construction of the dialogues of the film, as conducted by Saraceni, made this film one of the most beautiful specimens of what I call twist cinema.
11) Fora more intimist experience of the building, viewers can watch the film trilogy / Feel Cold Today, Chrysalide and 13, whose tense cinematic and audio style underscores the various kinds of erosion of life relative to the place.
Both believed in the complexity of the intimist narrative that was capable of translating the spiritual conflicts of their characters.
With great perspicacity, the first gallery emphasized the precious, intimist character of the lacquered-wood objects Gray designed in the 1910s.
There have been other intimist accounts of spending revealing lengths of time with Beckett.
Elle est l'auteure de plusieurs livres dont: Postmodernisticki literaturni studii, Skopje : Makedonska kniga, 2002; Makedonsko zensko pismo (Teorija, istorija i opis), Skopje : Makedonska kniga, 2003; Sanitarna enigma, Skopje : Templum, 2006; Komunisticka intima, Skopje : Templum, 2008; Intimist, Ljubljana : Drustvo Apokalipsa, 2008.
In this sense, he is even accused of representing only situations that border on pathology or, in the best of cases, of telling intimist stories about a specific social class--the bourgeoisie.
In the name of this inviolable syntagm, various artistic trends were repudiated in that period, such as, for instance, avant-gardism, abstractionism, formalism and others; in effect, the entire western literature was excluded by being reduced to the infamous label of "bourgeois decadent literature", while national literature that was deemed overtly aesthetic or intimist was also ruled out.
Bearing that in mind, he ended his text by urging the poets to challenge 'the abyss that currently separates the poet from his reader', by discarding intimist and individualist themes and by developing more functional forms that would 'lead poetry to modern man's doorstep'.
Interior dimensions" by Elina Brotherus & Ulla Shemeikka is built around primarily intimist photography, the images reflecting the inward-looking nature of the artists' approach and their most introspective concerns and personal questioning.
Shannon's essay on the intimist art of Jewett's Country is unique in drawing attention to the ascetic dimension of the text.
1) with a group of mature and late interiors, of outstanding quality, that translate the intimist Nabi style into a more stagelike appearance, among them The table (1925) and The breakfast room (1930-31).