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Avant-garde

Avant-garde

The Complete Guide

Main article
Avant-garde
Visual art
Abstract expressionism
Art Nouveau
Color Field
Conceptual art
Cubism
Cubo-Futurism
De Stijl
Ego-Futurism
Fauvism
Impressionism
Incoherents
Lyrical Abstraction
Mail art
Neue Slowenische Kunst
Nonconformism
Pop art
Post-Impressionism
Rayonism
Suprematism
Vorticism
Nouveau réalisme
Music
Avant-garde music
Ars subtilior
Avant-garde jazz
Avant-garde metal
Drone music
Experimental music
Free jazz
Industrial music
Krautrock
Musique concrète
No Wave
Noise music
Post-rock
Progressive rock
Post-Ambient
Rock in Opposition
Serialism
Second Viennese School
Literature and poetry
Acmeist poetry
Angry Penguins
Asemic writing
Cyberpunk
Experimental literature
Flarf poetry
Imaginism
Language poets
Neoteric
Oberiu
Oulipo
Visual poetry
Nouveau roman
Cinema and theatre
Cinéma pur
Dogme 95
Drop Art
Epic theatre
Experimental film
Experimental theatre
Remodernist film
Theatre of the Absurd
Theatre of Cruelty
General
Bauhaus
Dada
Expressionism
Fluxus
Futurism
Lettrism
Modernism
Minimalism
Postminimalism
Neo-minimalism
Neo-Dada
Neoism
Postmodernism
Primitivism
Russian avant-garde
Russian Futurism
Russian symbolism
Situationist International
Social realism
Socialist realism
Surrealism
Symbolism
Other topics and lists
Anti-art
Archigram
COBRA
Constructivism
Creacionismo
L'enfant terrible
Land art
List of avant-garde artists
Molecular gastronomy
Neoavanguardia
Prakalpana Movement
Stridentism
Superflat
Superstroke
Universalismo Constructivo
Viennese Actionism
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