nonspectacular

nonspectacular

(ˌnɒnspɛkˈtækjʊlə)
adj
not spectacular
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It's a nonspectacular, nondigital, non-large-format version of the photographic image.
Taking into account the formal imperatives of post-war necessity, which forced innovative circumvention of financial and technical shortcomings, Vitti nevertheless sees the nonspectacular scope of neorealism as reflecting ah ideological method--an engagement with Marxist social utility that avoided the Fascistic reduction of realism to microcosm or polemical allegory.
In its original setting, that is, within the life of an enclosed Carmelite nun, the "little way" embraced mostly the nonspectacular, routine living of 20 isolated religious sisters.
Instead, the artist's nonspectacular explorations of esoterica address what has become imperceptible to culture.