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Art, decorative objects and other forms of representation of questionable artistic or aesthetic value; a representation that is excessively sentimental, overdone, or vulgar

Because it can be turned out mechanically, kitsch has become an integral part of our productive system in a way in which true culture could never be, except accidentally.

Said especially of art and decor that is considered of questionable aesthetic value; excessively sentimental, overdone or vulgar

I recognized her at once even though she wasn't wearing the tweed hunting outfit and the kitsch headwear.

You can refer to a work of art or an object as kitsch if it is showy and thought by some people to be in bad taste. a hideous ballgown verging on the kitsch Kitsch is also an adjective. Blue and green eyeshadow has long been considered kitsch. objects, films etc that are cheap and unfashionable, and which often amuse people because of this kitschy (kitschen )
of a display that is tawdry or vulgar
{i} art or artwork which is sentimental and in poor taste; tacky condition
Product of a creative process where the medium receives more attention than the substance
Symbol of identity or social status that is associated with conformity, mediocrity or lack of originality
Art, decorative objects and other forms of representation of questionable artistic or aesthetic value; a representation that is excessively sentimental, overdone or vulgar
art that is considered to be overly sentimental, pretentious design Work that is kitschy is usually mass-produced and met with critical disfavor Interestingly, what is kitsch in one time period becomes art in another, an example being the work of Norman Rockwell
Derived from the German verkitschen etwas, kitsch means to 'knock something off' Today it is synonymous with objects of bad taste that are so bad they're good in an ironic way In the fifties and sixties kitsch was -and still is - highly collectable Kitsch can be anything from flying ducks to Tretchikoff paintings and Elvis toilet roll holders
Of art, decor, etc, of the nature of kitsch; of questionable aesthetic value; excessively sentimental, overdone or vulgar
art in pretentious bad taste
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having the nature of kitsch
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{s} cheap, in poor taste, overly sentimental
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
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    Турецкое произношение

    kîç

    Синонимы

    camp, corny

    Произношение

    /ˈkəʧ/ /ˈkɪʧ/

    Этимология

    [ kich ] (noun.) 1925. From German Kitsch, from dialectal kitschen (“to coat, to smear”), the word and concept were popularized in the 1930's by several critics who opposed it to art.

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