outsider art

NOUN
  1. a genre of art and outdoor constructions made by untrained artists who do not recognize themselves as artists
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How To Use outsider art In A Sentence

  • The latest edition of Raw Vision reports on the growing interest in a highly collectable strand of outsider art, the Victorian Spar Box.
  • The name came from the two Davids' shared love of outsider art.
  • To be sure, Dan Rather's half-hour broadcasts venture unawares into the realm of outsider art.
  • Nek Chand's Outsider Art is published to coincide several exhibitions across the globe in 2005 and 2006.
  • The latest edition of Raw Vision reports on the growing interest in a highly collectable strand of outsider art, the Victorian Spar Box.
  • Did anyone you researched think of themselves not as rogue scientists but as outsider artists, with a sheen of irony around their projects?
  • Nothing, though, should take away from this phenomenal work of outsider art, a neo-avant-garde exercise in bodyshock violence that features an unknown cast and dialogue in Latin and Aramaic.
  • The problematic nature of the concepts ‘Art Brut’ or ‘Outsider Art’ is once more exposed by a case such as his.
  • However, as Outsider Art began to gain currency in the United Sates, the definition started to blur.
  • Specialists are having a discussion over the difference of the items which includes the far austere art, the folklore art, the directart and the outsider art.
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