Exhibition Catalogue: Khudozhniki-Grafiki Khar'kova ("Graphic Artists of the City of Kharkov").
Moscow, 1938.. Stapled wraps. Text in Russian. Illustrated. 300 copies only. (Among the participants: avant-garde artists G. Bondarenko, A. Dovgal', V. Kasiyan, M. Fradkin, P. Gorely, A. Strakhov, et al.) [Bondarenko, Grigory (1892-1969): one of four major designers for Russian (Soviet) sheet music. Studied in VKhUTEIN (Leningrad) from Petrov-Vodkin. Lived in Ukraine. Exhibited from 1929 (Kharkov) with Ermilov, Narbut, etc. - Dovgal', Olexandr (1904-1961): Ukrainian Soviet avant-garde (in 1920's) graphic artist. Posters. Member of ARMU. Exhibited in 1927 (Kharkov) with Tatlin; in 1928 (Cologne) with Al'tman; in 1929 (Amsterdam and in Switzerland) with Klutsis, Telingater; in 1930 (Vienna, Berlin) with Malevich; in 1932 (Moscow and Konigsberg) with Stenberg, Rodchenko, Stepanova, etc. - Strakhov, Adolph (1896-197?): Ukrainian Soviet sculptor and graphic artist. Street design, posters, book design. Cubist, constructivist. Jewish by origin, was the Commissar of IZO (Art). Exhibited in 1925 (Paris) with Al'tman, Vesnin, Dobuzhinsky, I. Zdanevich, Kandinsky, Mayakovsky, Stenberg, Exter; in 1931 (Paris) with Lissitzky, Popova (p/h), Rodchenko, etc. - Fradkin, Mark: Well-known Jewish graphic artist. - Gorely, Pavel: avant-garde posrer artist. - Rare] Please see the picture. For more images please visit our website.
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Keywords: Fine Art Culture Russian Russia Ukraine Ukrainian Posters Avant-Garde Modernism Modern 1920s 1930s Jewish Judaica Kharkov Revolution Propaganda Radical Stalinism