New Realism


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New Realism

a term used to describe a trend away from abstract expressionism toward a subjective expressionism focusing on true-to-life forms, the factual, and easily evident forms.
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The International Relations Committee is holding several evidence sessions on Iran-Saudi Arabia tensions, following up on its 2017 report, The Middle East: time for new realism. Background
So new realism is setting in and a more realistic approach is being adopted." Qureshi said there was a reset taking place in the relationship between Pakistan and the US.
girls My words mean only what they say, this is my New Realism
It makes no distinction between its political and military wings, and neither should the British government." David Ibsen, the executive director of the Counter Extremism Project, said that Hezbollah itself does not recognize a distinction between these entities and emphasised the need for "a new realism in the UK about the nature of Hezbollah." "There is no 'military' and 'political' wings of Hezbollah, it is one pernicious terrorist organization founded and bankrolled by Iran.
For once, Berlin isn't celebrating itself but a new realism. Abandoning hedonism and foolish pride, Berlin has said farewell to playing catch-up with the major established fashion shows.
For it stands to reason that the perceived threat of the world not literally becoming image but being experienced as image was a driving force behind the call for a "new realism" in art--a realism that would abandon image, depiction, representation, or simulacrum altogether.
Wireless technology, enabling the unique BlueFire virtual weapons system that matches current weaponry with untethered weapons in form, fit and function, and the XWT Next-Generation Wireless Target Carrier, which brings new realism to live-fire targetry.
The separate invited lectures are by Kah Kyung Cho on an eco-ethical world view, Umberto Eco on a new realism, JErgen Habermas on an international constitution of law, Peter Kemp on the struggle over Kierkegaard, and Winchao Li on Leibniz's interest in China.
ISIS, collapsing national governments (indeed, chaos) in Iraq and Bashar Assad's Syria, and Iran's continuing nuclear-weapons program together constitute a critical focus for the new realism and specificity candidates must now demonstrate.
Arman (1928-2005) was a major contributor to France's Nouveau Realisme (new realism) movement.
One of the pioneers of the new realism movement in Egyptian cinema during the 1970s and 80s, veteran filmmaker Mohamed Khan has always directed great actresses in strong female roles, creating unforgettable features about Egyptian women facing many social challenges.
at first it was called new realism in order to be separated from the 'old one' existed in European literature.

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