Anatolij Strigalev,Anna Szech,Maria Tsantsanoglou& Matthew Drutt
Hardcover | 24.89 x 3.3 x 30.99 cm | 271 pp
Hatje Cantz | 2015 | 9783775740333
Examining the historic moment in the history of modern art when Kazimir Malevich debuted his new non-objective paintings under the banner of Suprematism and Vladimir Tatlin introduced his revolutionary counter-relief sculptures. They were bitter rivals and diametrically opposed in their creative thinking, so when an exhibition in which their new works appeared, entitled 0,10: The Last Futurist Exhibition of Painting and organised by fellow artist Ivan Puni in Petrograd in 1915, the other 12 artists in the show chose sides. It was a stylistically diverse exhibition, with cubist-inspired works and the first non-objective paintings and reliefs.
This catalogue includes essays by exhibition curator Matthew Drutt and other leading scholars, as well as documents gathered together and translated for the first time.
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