Poes 32: The many Lives of the Russian Avant-garde.
Ioffe, Dennis and Frederick H. White (editors)
Pegasus, 501 blz., paperback, 2019, ISBN 9789061434573
The Russian Avant-garde is still considered one of the most interesting and vibrant periods in the history of Russian arts and literature. In 'POES 32: The many lives of the Russian Avant-garde", you will find enclosed twenty one essays with relation to this artistic period. Amongst them are new visions on famous artists, but also explorations of lesser known subjects.Some examples are:
- Strongmen of the Revolution: Circus Wrestlers in Russian and Early Soviet Avant-Garde Art (Tim Harte)
- Pavel Filonov and the Natural Sciences (John E. Bowlt)
- Resurrecting the Avant-Garde. Post-modernist tactics in Moscow Conceptualism (Mary Nicholas)
The essays are written in English and Russian. For a full list of the contents, click here: