Giuseppe Barbieri

Russian Avantgarde

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Russian Avant-Garde offers a single-volume overview of an avant-garde that can legitimately claim to have reinvented everyday life in the Soviet era. Bringing together more than 80 Russian masterpieces from museums in Ivanovo, Kostroma, Yaroslavl and Tula, the emphasis of this book's previously unpublished and untranslated essays is on new perspectives and interpretations, with a focus on the Russian school of Expressionism (Goncharova, Filonov, Kandinsky) and Constructivism (Malevich, Tatlin, Rodchenko). These works are examined alongside one of the most important collections of Russian icons to be found in Western Europe, as well as a collection of Russian propaganda textiles.
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