Moscow: Rossiiskaia gosudarstvennyi arkhiv literatury i iskusstva, 2004. Sewn cl. The artists whose works ended up in Russia’s unique literary and artistic archive played key roles in the explosion of creativity of the late tsarist period and early Soviet periods. The catalogue publishes works that only scholars researching in the archive usually see and thus makes new materials available for study on both major artists and those who are less well-known but whose works enriched the context of the period. Chapters show works by individual artists in relation the evolution of their careers. Many were teachers in avant-garde institutions such as GINKHUK or worked as designers in theaters, graphic artists for books and advertising. 163 p., 34 cm, approx. 150 color and b/w illus., Rus. with introduction, table of contents, list of illustrations, chronologires of artists' careers in ENGLISH. Item #3013
ARTISTS: Nina Aizenberg, Elena Bebutova, Vladimir Bekhteev, David Burliuk, Alexander Vesnin, Elena Guro, Kirill Zdanevich, Vasilii Kamenskii, Gustav Klutsis, Ivan Kliun, Aleksei Kruchevykh, Valentina Kulagina, Nikolai Kulbin, El Lisitskii, Kazimir Malevich, Aleksei Morgunov, Isaak Rabinovich, Kliment Red'ko, Alexander Rodchenko, Olga Rozanova, Vladimir Stenberg, Vladimir Tatlin, Robert Falk, Valentina Khodasevich, Iakov Chernikhov, Mikhail Chekhov, Marc Chagall, Nisson Shifron, Sergei Eizenshtein, Alexandra Exter, Boris Erdman, Grigorii Iakulov.