Usages et utopies - L'exposition dans l'avant-garde russe prérévolutionnaire (1900-1916)

An essay on the practice of exhibition in Russia in the years 1910-1920 and in particular on the relationship between exhibition and public space in the projects of the historical avant-gardes.
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Characteristics

French Language

Authors
Elitza Dulguerova is a senior lecturer in theory and history of contemporary art at the University of Paris I. Her research focuses on the historical avant-gardes, the social history of art in Russia/USSR and, in parallel, on the exhibition as an artistic and public issue in modern and contemporary art.
Publisher
Les Presses du Réel
Dimensions
20 x 17
Number of pages
584
EAN
9782840666875