by Balajovskaya, F. with Marina Georgalos and Andrei Sarabianov
Buenos Aires: Centro Cultural Recoleta, 2001. Softcover. VG+ but with museum ex-lib. plate and pocket inside covers. Unbroken spine.. Color-illustrated card wraps. French flaps. 166 pp. with color plates throughout. Text in Spanish. Catalogue from the exhibition of 20 March to 29 April, 2001. The essays not only explain the avant garde art movement at the start of the 20th century within Russia but also provide important historical documentation on a tumultuous time within that country. 32 Russian artists, well- and lesser-known, are included. Each has a full page devoted to an essay about his/her life and art as well as a full-color plate opposite. Essays include The Phenomenon of Russian Avant-Garde, The Jack of Diamonds, The "3rd International" Tower, and Tradition and Revolution. Vivid color plates. An excellent catalogue. (Inventory #: 141654)
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