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This is the first comprehensive monograph on an important contemporary artist, one who has come to represent the Russian avant-garde in the post-Stalinist era much in the way that Joseph Beuys was a stimulus for European art after World War II. In her fascinating text, Amei Wallach draws on extensive research and interviews with Kabakov and his circle over the past eight years, and puts the work in the context of the artist's life and the social, historical, cultural, and political forces that have shaped it - from his boyhood during Stalin's regime, to his obligatory career as a children's book illustrator in the official Artists' Union, to his involvement in Moscow's furtive and fertile underground avant-garde of artists and writers, to his more recent travels in the international art circuit. This groundbreaking volume also includes an introduction by Robert Storr, a curator in the Department of Painting and Sculpture at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, and commentaries by the artist himself that accompany the 290 illustrations, including paintings, drawings, albums, and sketches and photographs of installations.

כותר Ilya Kabakov : the man who never threw anything away / Amei Wallach
introduction by Robert Storr, with commentaries by Ilya Kabakov.
מחברים/ יוצרים נוספים Kabakov, Ilia Iosifovich, 1933-
מוציא לאור New York : Harry N. Abrams
שנה 1996
הערות Includes bibliographical references (pages 245-248) and index.
תיאור 255 pages : illustrations (some color)
32 cm.
שפה אנגלית
מזהה ISBN0810935252
ISBN9780810935259
מספר מערכת 990043742080205171
קישורים תמונה קדמית
תצוגת MARC

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