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  • * Kjeld Bjørnager Jensen, ''Russian Futurism, Urbanism and Elena Guro'', Aarhus: Arkona, 1977, 203 pp. {{en}} ...From 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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  • ...er 1903) was a Russian Orthodox Christian philosopher, who was part of the Russian cosmism movement and a precursor of transhumanism. Fyodorov advocated radic ...hp?md5=c74ab9828cc9122ba9f7b22fc71caa01 The Russian Cosmists: The Esoteric Futurism of Nikolai Fedorov and His Followers]'', Oxford University Press, 2012, x+2
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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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  • ...ine) – 15 January 1967, Southampton, New York, US) was a Ukrainian artist, Russian-language poet, publicist and book illustrator associated with the Futurist ...an important role in the inception of [[Futurism#Russia.2C_Ukraine|Russian Futurism]]. In 1907, after studies in Kazan', Munich, and Paris, he settled in Mosco
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  • ...to various artistic trends, including symbolism, Cézannism, [[cubism]], [[futurism]], and abstract art. ...ussian_Avant-garde_1992.pdf|The Union of Youth: An Artists' Society of the Russian Avant-garde]]'', Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1992, 240 pp. {{e
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  • '''Alexander Bogomazov''' or Oleksandr Bohomazov (Russian: Александр Константинович Богомазов, Ukrain [[Category:Futurism|Bogomazov, Alexander]]
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  • |birth_place = Vinnytsia, Podolia Governorate, Russian Empire (today Ukraine) ...2015/01/23/natan-altmans-proletarian-futurism/ "Natan Altman’s proletarian futurism"], ''The Charnel-House'' blog, 23 Jan 2015.
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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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  • ...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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  • ...and Reconstructions of 72 Key Works of Music, Poetry and Agitprop from the Russian Avantgardes (1908-1942)'' (ReR Megacorp, 2008).
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  • ...n name '''Anna Akhmatova''' (Russian: Анна Ахматова), was an Ukrainian and Russian modernist poet. [[Category:Futurism|Akhmatova, Anna]]
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  • '''Victory over 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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  • ...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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  • ...'' 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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  • ...ingle 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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  • ...ner_Peter_Russian_Formalism_A_Metapoetics.jpg|thumb|350px|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.se/10.2307/304032
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  • |birth_place = Goldingen, Courland Governorate, Russian Empire (now Kuldīga, Latvia) ...i Mikhailovich Tretyakov''' (Сергей Михайлович Третьяков; 1892–1937) was a Russian writer, playwright and poet-futurist.
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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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  • ...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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  • |birth_place = Tiraspol, Kherson Governorate, Russian Empire (now Moldova) ...vich Larionov''' [Михаил Фёдорович Ларионов, 1881–1964) was an avant-garde Russian painter.
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