Definition of 'art form'
Example sentences containing 'art form'
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Now other art forms are experimenting with running times. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Cinema is a young medium, an art form that should be continually evolving. Times, Sunday Times (2012)A key concern has been to modernise the art form and make it relevant again. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It is now an art form and has increased in correlation with the increasing number of foreign players who are at English clubs. The Sun (2015)But they're an art form in America now. The Sun (2015)
Translations for 'art form'
British English: art form NOUN
If you describe an activity as an art form, you mean that it is concerned with creating objects, works, or performances that are beautiful or have a serious meaning.
Graffiti is now considered an art form.
- American English: art form
- Brazilian Portuguese: expressão artística
- Chinese: 艺术形式
- European Spanish: forma de expresión artística
- French: forme d'art
- German: Kunstform
- Italian: forma d'arte
- Japanese: 芸術形式
- Korean: 예술 형식
- European Portuguese: expressão artística
- Spanish: forma de expresión artística
Definition of art form from the Collins English Dictionary
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