First edition. Hardcover. 732 pages. Published in conjuction with a traveling exhibition that ran March 1 through May 10, 1992 in Frankfurt and then traveled to Amsterdam, and New York for additional dates. An examination of this highly productive and fertile time for art in Russia. Essays by Paul Wood, Vasilii Rakitin, Jane A. Sharp, Aleksandra Shatskikh, Christina Lodder, Natal'ia Adaskina, Aleksandr Lavrent'ev, Hubertus Gassner, Evgenii Kovtun, Irina Lebedeva, Charlotte Douglas, Vivian Endicott Barnett, Svetlana Dzhafaravoa, Margarita Tupitsyn, Susan Compton, Nina Lobanov-Rostovsky, Charlotte Douglas, Elena Rakitin, Anatolii Strigalev, and Catherine Cooke. Includes hundreds of color and black and white illustrations. A tight very good plus copy with a remainder mark to the bottom of the page edges in a close to near fine dust jacket that is lightly soiled and with some very minor wear.
Fine Condition in Fine Condition jacket. 729 pp., 790 illustrations many in full color. Preface by Thomas Krens, Director. Published on the occasion of the exhibition from the Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt March 1-May 10, 1992, Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam June 5-August 23, 1992 and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York NY September 25-December 15, 1992. Index of Artists and Works.
Fine in fine jacket. More than 700 of the "finest examples of Russian and Soviet Avant-garde art are reproduced in full color". This volume accompanied the largest exhibition ever mounted at the Guggenheim Museum and includes twenty one essays by eminent scholars.
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