Artists in Revolution offers fresh and provocative essays on the life and art of eight leading figures of the Russian avant-garde during Russia's revolutionary age. Each of the artists made highly innovative contributions to the development of Russian (and some, indeed, to world) culture during this period, and the book utilizes both the traditional approaches of intellectual history and biography and some statistical and psychohistorical characterizations of larger groups of artists.
- publisherIndiana University Press
- publisher placeBloomington, Indiana USA
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