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Concrete siberia. soviet landscapes of the far north | ALEXANDER VERYOVKIN | 9788395057465 | ZUPAGRAFIKA

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Concrete Siberia

Soviet Landscapes of the Far North

Auteur:Alexander Veryovkin, Zupagrafika

Uitgever:Zupagrafika

ISBN: 978-83-950574-6-5

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 160 pagina's
  • 1 mei 2020

A photographic insight into the Soviet-era architecture of one of the most extreme, little-known and vast territories on Earth.

From the Ural Mountains to the Arctic Circle, the book features the extensive microrayons of Siberia’s urban centres, the brutal landscapes of industrial monotowns, cosmic circuses, concrete theatres and opera houses, as well as prefabricated panel blocks, or panelki, erected on permafrost.

Divided into 6 chapters, Concrete Siberia by Zupagrafika contains over 100 photographs taken by Russian photographer Alexander Veryovkin, capturing the stark splendour of post-war modernist architecture scattered around the cities of Novosibirsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Norilsk, Irkutsk and Yakutsk and the quotidian lives of their inhabitants.

Includes a foreword by architectural critic Konstantin Budarin, orientative maps and informative texts on the featured cities and buildings.

A photographic insight into the Soviet-era architecture of one of the most extreme, little-known and vast territories on Earth.

From the Ural Mountains to the Arctic Circle, the book features the extensive microrayons of Siberia’s urban centres, the brutal landscapes of industrial monotowns, cosmic circuses, concrete theatres and opera houses, as well as prefabricated panel blocks, or panelki, erected on permafrost.

Divided into 6 chapters, Concrete Siberia by Zupagrafika contains over 100 photographs taken by Russian photographer Alexander Veryovkin, capturing the stark splendour of post-war modernist architecture scattered around the cities of Novosibirsk, Omsk, Krasnoyarsk, Norilsk, Irkutsk and Yakutsk and the quotidian lives of their inhabitants.

Includes a foreword by architectural critic Konstantin Budarin, orientative maps and informative texts on the featured cities and buildings.

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