Definition: looking back on the past; N. retrospection; V. retrospect
Definition: looking back on the past; N. retrospection; V. retrospect
Sentences Containing 'retrospective'
The Doc/Fest Retrospective strand celebrated the work of Japanese filmmaker Shohei Imamura.
She made appearances at the 1998 and 2003 Academy Awards ceremonies as part of special retrospective tributes to past Oscar winners.
Turkish Cypriot director Derviş Zaim, who headed the National Feature Film Competition Jury, received a retrospective of six of his works.
“The Vexing Power of Sex and the Face” in Prints of Pop ( War): A Mini-Retrospective of Roger Shimomura.
Goldin lives in New York and Paris—one reason the French Pompidou Centre mounted a major retrospective of her work in 2002.
This work was the subject of a retrospective special session of IEEE International Conference on Software 2007 commemorating 20th anniversary of its publication.
Too Much Texas supported New Order, The House of Love and The Beloved, they released a retrospective record called "Juvenilia" on "Newmemorabilia Records" in 2006.
In addition to the retrospective parable of "Muzică de balet", a number of his texts feature more or less explicit anti-fascist discourse.
In 2008, The Library of America selected "A Memorable Murder" for inclusion in its two-century retrospective of American True Crime.
It was announced a retrospective, never before seen documentary for the first film is currently in pre-production.
In 2000, the Museum of Modern Art honored Good Machine with a retrospective.
In September 2013, a major retrospective of Vettriano's work opened at Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum.
'Jack Vettriano: A Retrospective' runs until 23rd February 2014 and features over 100 works.
He has had recent retrospective shows in Turin, Italy, and an important presentation of his work in "Adhocracy" show, during the first Istanbul Design Biennial. Quotes.
In 2007 it programmed documentary retrospectives on Peter Watkins and Peter Whitehead, and a retrospective on Robert Bresson and Pedro Costa.
Intelligence expert Steven Aftergood suggested that many are using the release of these documents as an opportunity to find "a retrospective justification for the war in Iraq."
The effects of the duration of an experience upon retrospective evaluation are extremely slight.
A retrospective compact disc titled, "Chaino, Africana and Beyond" was released shortly after his death.
An ongoing retrospective project is underway to provide electronic access to the pre-1987 versions of the AULIMP.
Most of the surviving titles were collected on the eighteen-minute career retrospective compilation "Everything", released in 1995 through Atavistic Records.
A retrospective of Cézanne's paintings had been held at the Salon d'Automne of 1904.
About a year later, a retrospective exhibition at the Media Lab reviewed her life and career.
"Wordsand" (1978–81) was a traveling early retrospective of his work in several media.
Gollbetty broke up in May 2010, after the completion of their Final Tour, issuing the retrospective CD, "Gollbetty Best."
In 2012, Pope's work was the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
He wrote a retrospective book about his Balkan experiences called "Hearts Grown Brutal: Sagas of Sarajevo" in 1998.
The Works is a remastered 3-CD retrospective of British girl group Bananarama's musical career from 1981 through 1993.
Seger's take on the song remained unreleased until 2011, when it was released as the lead single on the retrospective album "".
This retrospective is composed of their early efforts released by Meldac Records between 1987 and 1989.
The John Lennon Collection is a retrospective compilation album of music from John Lennon's solo career.
30 Years of Bananarama is a CD/DVD retrospective of British girl group Bananarama's musical career from 1981 through 2009.
In January 2009, he had released a retrospective CD of the American Songbook composer Johnny Mercer.
In 1955, Kunstforeningen arranged a large retrospective exhibition, as did Holstebro Art Museum in 1988.
They are a retrospective on Fish's four solo albums and four albums with Marillion.
Actually, Fish did not join Marillion until 1981, making this a somewhat dubious attempt at citing an anniversary as the occasion for this retrospective.
Meireles was the first Brazilian artist to be given a full retrospective by Tate.
Contemporaneous reviews and retrospective commentary by the Beatles acknowledged that the album reflected the development of autonomous composers, musicians and artists.
Allmusic's retrospective review praised "The Fugitive" for being sparser and more accessible than most of Tony Banks's work.
Because Murray did not stop the point, he could not challenge the call; after the match, when Murray was asked about this, he said he was disappointed, but thought that the rules were correct in not allowing retrospective challenges.
In 2009 he had his first retrospective at UB Galleries, Buffalo University, NY.
Rather, it aims to extend that tradition by reorienting the intercultural vectors of Black Atlantic temporality towards the proleptic as much as the retrospective”.
"My Dad Sucks", "I Like Food", and "Weinerschnitzel" were also included on the 1991 career retrospective "Somery".
Packaged with the album is a DVD which contains a 25 minute retrospective, as well as four music videos:
The old Granny logo was used for the first 20 years of the column and is occasionally resurrected for a special retrospective.
The same year, a couple of friends introduced him to world cinema; they "urged to catch a de Sica retrospective" at the International Film Festival of India.
In 2011, the Centre Pompidou-Metz hosts a major retrospective on the Bouroullec brothers.
The show has been rescheduled to be a memorial retrospective opening August 2014.
The National Gallery of Victoria held a 10 year retrospective of his work in 1997.
It is a retrospective compilation, including a variety of Mint Royale's works over the past ten years.
In 2006, a retrospective was held at the National Academy Museum.
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incandescent - strikingly bright; shining with intense heat; emitting visible light when heated; Ex. incandescent light bulb; CF. candle
cistern - reservoir or water tank
gorge - narrow canyon; steep rocky cleft; ravine (made by a stream which runs through it)
duress - forcible restraint, especially unlawfully; coercion by threat; illegal coercion; Ex. a promise made under duress
encompass - surround; include; Ex. His activities encompass publishing and computers.
iconoclastic - attacking cherished traditions; N. iconoclast: one who attacks traditional ideas; one who destroys sacred images