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  • ..._Moscow_May-June_1921.jpg|thumb|link=Constructivism|250px|[[Constructivism|Russian and East-Central European constructivism]] ]] ...arde|250px|[[Russia#Avant-garde|Extensive collection of writings of and on Russian avant-garde]] ]]
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  • ...BMOKhU exhibitions]] (Moscow, 1919-21), [[5x5=25]] (Moscow, 1921), [[First Russian Art Exhibition]] (Berlin, 1922). More: [http://www.maslovka.org/modules.php ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)]]'', London: ReR Megacorp, 2008. Book and 2-CD.
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  • ==Futurism== ...ent of [[Vladimir Mayakovsky|Mayakovsky]]. Among the few manifestations of futurism [Φουτουρισμός] in literature are the poems by Demetrios Karacha
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  • ...urism_to_Conceptual_Art_1977.jpg|thumb|258px|''The Record as Artwork: From Futurism to Conceptual Art'', 1977, [http://monoskop.org/log/?p=16132 Log], [[Media: ...guel Molina Alarcón, ''Baku: Symphony of Sirens: Sound Experiments in The Russian Avant-Garde'', 2008. [[Symphony of Sirens|View online]].]]
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  • ...making the screen the central component of new media art, he can say that Russian avant-garde cinema has laid the foundations for media art. Thus, a seemingl ...eoretical vector identifyable in some forms of cinema, particulartly early russian cinema, and perhaps the new media provides a better vehicle for such a vect
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  • * 1925, Viktor Palmov, the Russian-born Neo-Primitive painter, friend of [[David Burliuk]] and [[Vladimir Maya .... It is the first major display of avant-garde art in the territory of the Russian Empire (it includes 900 works by 150 artists, such as Henri Matisse, André
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  • ...rchitectural models, and porcelain. The exhibition's official host was the Russian Ministry for Information, and it was put together by the artists [[Gabo]], ...ić]] in April 1924 in Belgrade. Featured one hundred works advertised as "futurism, cubism, expressionism, ornamental cubism, suprematism, constructivism, neo
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  • ...g.<ref name = "Kotovich">{{ru icon}} T. V. Kotovich, ''Encyclopedia of the Russian Avantgarde'', Minsk: Ekonompress, 2003, page 83.</ref> It was a center for ...d several demands for “working class” elements.<ref>Catherine Cooke, ''Russian Avant-Garde: Theories of Art, Architecture, and the City'', Academy Edition
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  • ...avism, pacificism, Bolshevism (though often celebrating the anti-Western ''Russian'' character of Lenin and Trotsky rather than their ''Soviet'' politics), my ...pisi_pretrazivi_po_datumu/Zenit/1921/b008#page/0/mode/1up 8]), and the new Russian art (No. [http://digitalna.nb.rs/wb/NBS/casopisi_pretrazivi_po_datumu/Zenit
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  • ...ritic and one a poet and designer who helped compose the 1912 manifesto of Russian Futurists, entitled ''[http://monoskop.org/log/?p=6040 A Slap in the Face o * [http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9B%D0%95%D0%A4 LEF at Russian Wikipedia]
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  • ...sm in Eastern and Central Europe]'', De Gruyter (International Yearbook of Futurism Studies 1), 2011. ...The Hidden Face of the Czech Avant-garde"], in ''International Yearbook of Futurism Studies, 1'', ed. Günter Berghaus, De Gruyter, 2011, pp 154-174. {{en}}
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  • |birth_place = St Petersburg, Russian Empire ...and graphic designer. He was one of the founders of [[constructivism]] and Russian design. He was married to the artist [[Varvara Stepanova]].
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  • |birth_place = Ivanovskoe, near Moscow, Russian Empire ...Sergeyevna Popova''' (Любовь Сергеевна Попова) was a Russian Cubist, Suprematist and Constructivist artist, painter and designer.
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  • ...ce/classifier/author/malevich_kazimir_severinovich/index.php?lang=en State Russian M] 1, [http://www.wilhelmhack.museum/index.php?id=170 Wilhelm Hack] 1, [htt ...инович Малевич, Kazimierz Malewicz, 1879–1935) was a Polish-Russian painter and art theoretician. He was a pioneer of geometric abstract art an
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  • |birth_place = Goldingen, Courland Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kuldīga, Latvia) ...(Сергей Михайлович Третьяков; 1892–1937) was a Russian writer, playwright and poet-futurist.
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  • |birth_place = Białystok, Russian Empire (now Poland) ...s Arkadievich) Kaufman into a Jewish book-dealer’s family in Białystok, Russian Empire (now Poland).
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  • |birth_place = Bryansk, Russian Empire ...m Gabo''' (born Naum Neemia Pevsner; נחום נחמיה פבזנר) was a Russian sculptor in the Constructivism movement and a pioneer of Kinetic Art.
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  • ...' (1900-1967) was a poet, translator, critic, and co-founder of the Polish Futurism movement. ...to translating of several classical pieces of English, French, German and Russian literature to Polish. From the 1950s on, he suffered from a debilitating ne
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  • |birth_place = Riga, Latvia, Russian Empire ...etween them, and indicated the continuing emphasis on spiritual content in Russian art combined with the call for a new social and cultural awareness. [http:/
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  • ''This section is sourced from Christina Lodder, ''Russian Constructivism'', 1983, pp 184-185.'' [[Narkompros]] and [[INKhUK]] were attacked for their Futurism and Katsman accused those artists (who had appropriated the epithet 'left'
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  • ...otal of 1926 works by 415 artists. It also organised 30 museums in various Russian provincial towns to which it distributed a total of 1211 works.<ref>Lodder ...llen into disuse over the war period. One result of this was the First All Russian Exhibition of Art and Production [Pervaya vserossiiskaya khudozhestvenno-pr
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  • |birth_place = Tiraspol, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire (now Moldova) ...ил Фёдорович Ларионов, 1881–1964) was an avant-garde Russian painter.
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  • ...n "Silver Age", perhaps the most radical poet of [[Futurism#Russia|Russian Futurism]], a movement that included [[Vladimir Mayakovsky]], [[David Burliuk]] and ...akovsky]]'s [[LEF]] in Moscow in 1923. After the Communist Party denounced Futurism in Soviet literature, Kruchenykh ceased writing zaum’ and became an archi
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  • ...1934, Leningrad) was a Russian painter and composer, leading member of the Russian avant-garde. ...(1877-1913) were key members of the [[Union of Youth]], an association of Russian Futurists.
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  • |birth_place = Baghdati, Russian Empire ...''' [Владимир Владимирович Маяковский] was a Russian and Soviet poet, playwright, artist and stage and film actor.
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  • |birth_place = Maloderbetovsky ulus, Astrakhan Governorate, Russian Empire (now Malye Derbety, Kalmykia ...иктор Владимирович Хлебников; 1885-1922), was a Russian Futurist poet and playwright, also interested in mathematics, history, and
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  • ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'', London: ReR Megacorp, 2008. [[Media:Baku_Symphon ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'''
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  • ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'', London: ReR Megacorp, 2008. [[Media:Baku_Symphon ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'''
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  • ...xhibition on Tverskoie Boulevard. Points out the limitations of cubism and futurism, outlining the principles for a new sculptural technique; in the 1923 versi ...chive.org/stream/RussianArtOfAvantGarde/RAA#page/n247/mode/1up repr. in] ''Russian Art of the Avant-Garde: Theory and Criticism, 1902-1934'', ed. John E. Bowl
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  • ...ner_Peter_Russian_Formalism_A_Metapoetics.jpg|thumb|258px|Peter Steiner, ''Russian Formalism: A Metapoetics'', 1984/2014, [http://www.sdvigpress.org/pub-10143 ...ka Press, 2012, 162 pp. 4 texts. [http://www.nebraskapress.unl.edu/product/Russian-Formalist-Criticism,674969.aspx]. Review: [http://sci-hub.tw/10.2307/304032
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  • * Joseph Kiblitsky (ed.), ''Vladimir Baranov-Rossiné: The Artist of Russian Avant-Garde'', trans. Kenneth MacInnes, St. Petersburg: The State Pushkin M [[Category:Futurism|Baranoff-Rossine, Vladimir]]
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  • * Kjeld Bjørnager Jensen, ''Russian Futurism, Urbanism and Elena Guro'', Aarhus: Arkona, 1977, 203 pp. {{en}} ...rom Anti-Urbanism to Organicism", in Wünsche, ''The Organic School of the Russian Avant-Garde: Nature's Creative Principles'', Farnham: Ashgate, 2015, pp 50-
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  • ...r the Sun''' (Победа над Cолнцем; Pobeda nad Solntsem) is a Russian Futurist opera premiered in 1913 at the Luna Park in Saint Petersburg. ...0%D0%B4_%D0%A1%D0%BE%D0%BB%D0%BD%D1%86%D0%B5%D0%BC Victory Over the Sun at Russian Wikipedia]
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  • ...pg|thumb|250px|''Poesia: rassegna internazionale'' 5:3-6, Special Issue on Futurism, ed. Filippo Tommaso Marinetti. Milan, Apr-Jun 1909. 92 p., 25,5 x 27 cm, e ...ky and David Burliuk. Moscow, Mysl, 1914. [4], 157, [3] p., 25 x 18 cm. In Russian. Printed by Mysl, Moscow. Digitized by National Public Historical Library o
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  • ...na Akhmatova''' (Russian: Анна Ахматова), was an Ukrainian and Russian modernist poet. [[Category:Futurism|Akhmatova, Anna]]
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  • |birth_place = Moscow, Russian Empire ...and served as its President until 1920; organized intensive field work in Russian dialectology and folklore during the summer vacations of 1915 and 1916. A.M
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  • ...imitivist, book illustrator, publicist, and author associated with Russian Futurism. ...iuk played an important role in the inception of [[Futurism#Russia|Russian Futurism]]. In 1907, after studies in Kazan', Munich, and Paris, he settled in Mosco
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  • ...Russian Futurist poet, playwright, and artist as well as one of the first Russian aviators. [[Category:Futurism|Kamensky, Vasily]]
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  • category = Futurism ...mmatic section as an independent, two-page leaflet titled, “Manifesto of Futurism.” By mid-month he was sending it out to friends, intellectuals, writers w
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  • ...gn in St. Petersburg and Baku and some of her first work was influenced by Russian folk motives. When she moved to Moscow she became familiar with innovators In 1922 she immigrated to Berlin and there took part in the [[First Russian Art Exhibition]] at the Van Diemen gallery. She was a close friend of the p
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  • ...art theorist, music theorist, army doctor and patron of [[Futurism|Russian Futurism]]. ...veral scientific articles between 1896-1907. He worked as a surgeon at the Russian Army Headquarters between 1903 and 1917<ref>{{harvnb|Smirnov|2013|p=23}}</r
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  • ...T. 1], Moscow: RA, 2008, 198-249. Cover by Alexandra Exter. First work in Russian on Picasso, and a theoretical treatise on Cubism. [http://www.vnikitskom.ru [[Category:Futurism|Aksenov, Ivan]]
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  • ...to various artistic trends, including symbolism, Cézannism, [[cubism]], [[futurism]], and abstract art. * Jeremy Howard, ''The Union of Youth: an artists' society of the Russian avant-garde'', Manchester University Press, 1992. [http://books.google.com/
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  • ...eorgian and French writer and artist, and an active participant in Russian Futurism and Dada. [[Category:Futurism|Zdanevich, Ilia]]
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  • ...ngle letter in cyrillic ''Ю'' [Yu] which is the penultimate letter of the Russian alphabet - as well as the penultimate poem in his book. It precedes the let ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)]]'', London: ReR Megacorp, 2008. Altered.</ref>
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  • ...a Dada Drummer, 14. Art As Art: The Selected Writings of Ad Reinhardt, 15. Russian Art of the Avant-Garde: Theory and Criticism 1902-, 16. The New Art of Colo * Christina Lodder, ''Russian Constructivism'', Yale University Press, 1983.
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  • ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)]]'' (ReR Megacorp, 2008).
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  • * First Russian Art Exhibition, [[First Russian Art Exhibition|info]] ...m#Pages|artists]], [[Futurism#Works|works]], [http://monoskop.org/log/?tag=futurism Log]
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  • ...a new direction within the avant-garde that sought to find a place between Futurism, Surrealism and Dada. ...blished to accompany a 1978 season at the National Film Theatre, London, ''Russian Eccentrics''. {{en}}
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  • ...'' and representatives of the [[Italy#Futurism|Italian Futurists]] and the Russian [[Constructivism|Constructivists]]. The aim of the congress was to form a u
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