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Definition of "monographic" [mon•o•graph•ic]

  • Of or pertaining to a monograph (adjective) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "monographic" in a sentence
  • "It is a reunion of sorts -- iconic masterpieces by the likes of Rothko & Pollock hang beside less famous but equally important works in the shows monographic galleries, while in others artists not as well known take their places beside their colleagues, as they did at "The Club" and the Cedar where they gathered decades ago to drink, dine, discuss, debate -- and ultimately shape their place in the history of art."
  • "Opening Oct. 7 and running until next summer, this monographic show entitled "Bivouac" will feature more than 300 objects, drawings and experiments, which the Bouroullecs have curated themselves."
  • "But "John Pawson: Plain Space," a monographic show at London's Design Museum on the work of the man frequently called "Mr. Minimalism," escapes such preconceptions while still remaining true to his essential approach."
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