Definition of hyperrealist in US English:

hyperrealist

adjective

  • See hyperreal

    • ‘Osborne's 1956 kitchen-sink drama, heavily abridged, receives a hyperrealist production in the real kitchen of a real house.’
    • ‘Instead these post-Stalinist files shifted their emphasis from the reforging of the subject towards a hyperrealist description of the subject.’
    • ‘The director here is Rian Johnson, who pushes through this hyperrealist story on style.’
    • ‘Sean Mellyn is known for hyperrealist paintings and drawings of children who sometimes wear brown paper bags over their heads.’
    • ‘If he was going to reconstitute reality, then he had to do so without resorting to a hyperrealist presentation.’

Pronunciation

hyperrealist

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