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Tatlin, Chernikhov, Filonov, et al.
Exhibition Catalogue: KATALOG VYSTAVKI KARTIN PETROGRADSKIKH KHUDOZHNIKOV VSEKH NAPRAVLENIY ("Petrograd Artists of All Trends 1918-1923")
Petrograd: Petrogubsorabis, 1923


Catalogue of a famous group exhibition with participation of Avant-garde artists and Avant-garde groups such as "Zorved", UNOVIS", Cubists, Futurists, etc. (Paintings, graphics, theater, sculpture, architecture, porcelain, toys, etc.)
Among the artists: Aleksandr Samokhvalov, Aleksey Pakhomov, Andrey Taran, Boris Ender, Boris Kustodiev, Dmitry Mitrokhin, Kseniya Ender, Kuz'ma Petrov-Vodkin, Mariya Ender, Mikhail Matiushin, Mstislav Dobuzhinsky, Nikolay Tyrsa, Pavel Filonov, Pavel Mansurov, Petr Miturich, Sofya Dymshits, Vasily Denisov, Vladimir Tatlin, Vladimir Konashevich, Vladimir Lebedev, Vyacheslav Pakulin, Yakov Chernikhov, et al.

Text in Russian. Softcover. Artists' addresses.

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Item ID: 02470R

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