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De Russische avant-garde. De Khardzhiev-collectie in het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam | Elena Basner, Geurt Imanse, Frank van Lamoen, Michael Meylac, Sergey Sigey | 9789462081031

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De Russische avant-garde

De Khardzhiev-collectie in het Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam

Author:Elena Basner, Geurt Imanse, Frank van Lamoen, Michael Meylac, Sergey Sigey

Publisher:nai010 uitgevers

ISBN: 978-94-6208-103-1

  • Hardcover
  • Dutch
  • 544 Pages
  • Oct 19, 2013

An impressive collection shown in its entirety for the first time

The Russian literary scholar Nikolai Khardzhiev (1903- 1996) was a friend and admirer of the modern painters of his time. He collected work by masters such as Kazimir Malevich, Mikhail Larionov, Olga Rozanova, El Lissitzky, Vasiliy Chekrygin, Mikhail Matyushin and Vladimir Tatlin, compiling an extensive collection of Russian avant-garde art beginning at the end of the 1920s. The Russian Avant-Garde provides a full overview of the unique Khardziev-Chaga collection, housed at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam since 1997.

The collection contains numerous works on paper, including gouaches, watercolours, futurist book cover designs, sketches and studies. These items deepen understanding of the work of these Russian avant-garde artists. This part of this important collection has been reproduced and written about here for the first time.

/ Also published in English

An impressive collection shown in its entirety for the first time

The Russian literary scholar Nikolai Khardzhiev (1903- 1996) was a friend and admirer of the modern painters of his time. He collected work by masters such as Kazimir Malevich, Mikhail Larionov, Olga Rozanova, El Lissitzky, Vasiliy Chekrygin, Mikhail Matyushin and Vladimir Tatlin, compiling an extensive collection of Russian avant-garde art beginning at the end of the 1920s. The Russian Avant-Garde provides a full overview of the unique Khardziev-Chaga collection, housed at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam since 1997.

The collection contains numerous works on paper, including gouaches, watercolours, futurist book cover designs, sketches and studies. These items deepen understanding of the work of these Russian avant-garde artists. This part of this important collection has been reproduced and written about here for the first time.

In October 2013, the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam will stage the largest survey exhibition of Kazimir Malevich’s work in 20 years. Works from the Khardzhiev-Chaga collection will comprise a signi cant part of this major show.

/ Also published in English

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