Moisei Ginzburg

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Ginzburg in the 1920s.
Born June 4, 1892(1892-06-04)
Minsk
Died January 7, 1946(1946-01-07) (aged 53)
Moscow, Soviet Union
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Moisei Yakovlevich Ginzburg (Моисей Яковлевич Гинзбург; 1892–1946) was a Soviet constructivist architect, best known for his 1929 Narkomfin Building in Moscow.

Publications[edit]

Ritm v arkhitekture, 1923.
Stil' i epokha, 1924.
  • Ritm v arkhitekture [Ритм в архитектуре], Moscow: Sredi kollektsionerov, 1923. (Russian)
  • Stil' i epokha [Стиль и эпоха. Проблемы современной архитектуры], Moscow: Gosizdat, 1924, 238 pp. Excerpts. Commentary: Khan-Magomedov (1996). (Russian)
    • Style and Epoch, intro. & trans. Anatole Senkevitch, Jr., foreword Kenneth Frampton, MIT Press, Oppositions Books series, 1982, 160 pp. (English)
  • Zhilishe [Жилище], 1934. (Russian)

Literature[edit]

  • S.O. Khan-Magomedov (С.О. Хан-Магомедов), Moisei Ginzburg [Моисей Гинзбург], Moscow: Arkhitektura-S, 2007, 136 pp. (Russian)