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Alexander Vvedensky

Born in 1904 in Saint Petersburg, Alexander Vvedensky's move into the Russian avant-garde came through his appointment to the State Institute of Artistic Culture, where with the writer Danill Kharms, he developed the neologist poetry associated with the OBERIU movemnt, (The Union of the Real Art). Sentenced to internal exile, he died on a train to prison in 1941.