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Rodchenko) Lunacharsky, A.; Shterenberg, D.; et al.
Moscow: Paris: Du Comite de la Section de l'U.R.S.S. A l'Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs Paris 1925.
Text in French. 4to (10 x 8) Softcover. Profusely illustrated. Cover design by A. Rodchenko. 3000 copies only. [Lunacharsky, Anatoly (1875-1933): the Famous Russian and Soviet writer, art critic. Was the minister of culture in 1920s. - 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. - Shterenberg, David (1881-1948): Well-known Russian and Soviet artist and art critic. Studied in Paris. Professor of VKhUTEMAS, the famous school of Russian avant-garde. In 1920-1922 was Commissar of Art. On of founders of OST. Exhibited in 1922 (Berlin) with Archipenko, Chagall, Filonov, Gabo, Kandinsky, Lissitzky, Malevich, Popova, Puni (Pougny), Rodchenko, Rozanova, Tatlin, etc.]


Lunacharsky, Shterenberg, et al.)
SPRAVOCHNIK OTDELA IZO NAR. K. PO PR. I. ("Handbook of the Visual Art Department of the People's Commissariat of Education". I)
Moscow: SVOMAS, 1920

On organization and work of SVOMAS or "Free Workshops" (later VKhUTEMAS), etc. Important documents connected with names of Peoples Commissar (Minister) of Education Anatoly Lunacharskiy, rector of SVOMAS/VKHUTEMAS David Sterenberg, et al.

Text in Russian. 7" x 5" Softcover. 132 pp.

Very Rare and important reference.

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Item ID: 02905R

Price: $745.00

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