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Prusakov, Rodchenko, Stenberg, et al.) Trainin, N. (Intro)
VTORAYA VYSTAVKA KINO-PLAKAT ("The 2nd Exhibition of Movie Posters").
Moscow: Exhibition Bureau, 1926.

First Edition. Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Cover design: Nikolay Prusakov (Constructivist style). 5000 copies only. [Participated: Altman, Borisov, Voronov, Gerasimovich, Dlugach, Medunetsky, Naumov, Prusakov, Stenberg 2, Lavinsky, Rodchenko, et al. - [Altman, Nathan (1889-1970): Famous Russian and Soviet Jewish avant-garde artist. Paintings, graphics, sculpture, theater, posters, book design, porcelain, agitprop. Studied in Odessa and in Paris. Exhibited from 1906 ("World of Art", "Knave of Diamonds", "Union of Youth", etc) in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Filonov, Gabo, Lissitzky, Malevich, Puni (Pougny), Rozanova, Tatlin; in 1925 (Paris) with Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Popova, Rodchenko, etc.. Worked for Jewish theater, illustrated Jewish books. - [Stenberg Brothers (Georgy 1900-1933, Vladimir 1899-1982): Soviet avant-garde artists, constructivists. Posters, design, Agitprop, exhibitions, street design. Members of OBMOKhU with Rodchenko. Members of "Oktiabr'" ("October") with Vesnin brothers, Klutsis, Lissitzky, Meyerhold, Diego Rivera, Eisenstein. Worked for Moscow Chamber Theater. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Popova, Puni (Pougny), Chagall, Rozanova, Filonov, Archipenko, Gabo, Kandinsky, Malevich, etc. - Rodchenko, Alexander (1891-1956): the famous artist and photographer of Russian Avant-garde. Graphic artist, designer, painter, theater artist. Posters, books, photography, etc. Constructivist. Member of OBMOKhU, "October". Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Tatlin, et al.].

Item ID: 00958R


Lithographs Culture Art Russian Russia Soviet U.S.S.R. USSR Propaganda Radical Communism Avant-garde Modernism Modern Constructivism Movie Posters Altman Dlugach Medunetsky Naumov Prusakov Stenberg 2 Lavinsky Rodchenko Jewish 1920s Reference books Exhibit
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