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An iconoclast is someone who engages in iconoclasm—destruction of religious symbols or, by extension, established dogma or conventions.
Iconoclast may also refer to:
- Iconoclasts (TV series), featuring celebrity interviews, shown on the Sundance Channel
- Iconoclast, Texas newspaper edited by William Cowper Brann in the 1890s, critical of powerful institutions
- Iconoclast, album by goth-rock band Ascension of the Watchers
- Iconoclast, an album by hip-hop artist Ivan Ives
- Iconoclast (Nazxul album),a 2009 album by black metal band Nazxul
- Iconoclast (Symphony X album),a 2011 album by progressive metal band Symphony X
- Iconoclast (Part 1: The Final Resistance),a 2008 album by the metalcore band Heaven Shall Burn
- Iconoclasts, a BBC Radio 4 series interviewing different iconoclasts
- Iconoclast, a 2008 book by the neuroscientist Gregory Berns
- Iconoclast, a documentary about the noise musician Boyd Rice, made by Larry Wessel
- "Iconoclast", the third track on Emerson, Lake and Palmer's 1971 album Tarkus
- "Ao-Iconoclast", one song on the maxi single "Ao-Iconoclast / Pigeon-The Green-ey'd Monster" by J-pop singer Kotoko
- "Lisa the Iconoclast", a 1996 episode of the animated TV series The Simpsons
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