Definition of hyperrealism in US English:

hyperrealism

noun

  • See hyperreal

    • ‘Though not the filmmaker's first choice of medium, the hyperrealism of video serves this material well.’
    • ‘Unnerved by the hyperrealism of the paintings, Coverdale turns to the ostensible source of narrative truth, Mr. Moodie.’
    • ‘This highly expressionistic sense of hyperrealism is so potent that one might almost miss The Set-Up's poetic existential allegory.’
    • ‘I had to learn how to do hyperrealism, airbrushing and all that.’
    • ‘Weston's the king of this kind of hyperrealism, matching Morrison thought for thought.’

Pronunciation

hyperrealism

/ˌhīpərˈrēəˌlizəm//ˌhaɪpərˈriəˌlɪzəm/