Neo-Baroque

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Neo-Baroque

Said of a mode of architecture (in the late 19th century and early 20th century) more or less patterned after Baroque architecture developed in the 17th century.
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One of the first results of this study was a group of neobaroque dances for piano solo.
Egginton's work offers a fresh, philosophically-informed perspective on Baroque and neobaroque aesthetics.
In each of the book's five chapters, the author chooses an example or pair of examples from baroque comedy and what has been termed twentieth-century neobaroque comedy, juxtaposing the works from the two periods and examining how and why metatheater functions similarly in each.
Whereas scholars studied geomodernism with regard to the role of non-Western authors in high modernist literary production and considered the ways in which modernity was experienced outside metropolitan capitals, authors who might otherwise be considered part of a contiguous global postmodern phenomenon have instead been siphoned away, placed under the aegis of the postcolonial in Africa and Asia, or in the case of Latin America, a subject of this essay, the neobaroque and transmodern.
Black Men Dressed in Gold'--Eudora Welty, Empty Objects, and the Neobaroque.
There existed in Spanish-language literature an entire multi-layered tradition of dark love poetry, beginning with the baroque poetry of Luis de Gongora, but Neruda's specific tone in Veinte poemas cannot be accurately described as decadent, morbid, or neobaroque.
suggests that the recent period generally called postmodern could as well be characterized as neobaroque, not because of cycling fashions, but because the Baroque is the aesthetic counterpart to a problem of thought that is coterminous with Western modernity stretching from the 16th century to the present.
Even the central railway station is a work of art, boasting two monumental neobaroque facades, a large glass dome and a marble interior.
This brings us to the theoretical base of Sarduy's literary works: his neobaroque aesthetics, without which it is difficult to understand this original writer.
Campos eventually went on to poetic prose and to produce work in the so-called neobaroque style.
Similarly, Degli-Esposti sees the technique as part of Potter's "excessive, neobaroque style which tries to rewrite the art of filmmaking" by destroying not only the male gaze but also the traditional mainstream "transcendent vision," "the spectator-subject's identification with the camera as a point of a sure and central embracing view" (79, 83).