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HULTEN, PONTUS, EDITOR. INTRODUCTION BY V. M. POLEVOI - PARIS - MOSCOU 1900-1933 - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM PONTUS HULTEN

Title: PARIS - MOSCOU 1900-1933 - SIGNED PRESENTATION COPY FROM PONTUS HULTEN
Description: Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou., 1979, First Edition. (ISBN: 2-85850-002-9) Illustrated Wrappers, 4to, 580pp, profusely illustrated in b&w and color. Text in French. Cover by Roman Cieslewicz. With an exhibition checklist, artist biographies and bibliographies. In a protective clear acetate dustwrapper. This is the massive catalogue published in conjunction with Pontus Hulten's landmark 1979 Centre Georges Pompidou exhibition that traced the interaction between the artistic capitals of Paris and Moscow during the first third of the Twentieth Century. In addition to a dazzling array of works by over one hundred artists, it includes informative textual contributions and essays. A handsome example of the 1979 Pompidou French language edition bearing the BOLDLY SIGNED PRESENTATION "For Melinda and De Wain with my very best greetings from your Pontus" from curator Pontus Hulten in black ink on the half title page showing some overall light wear, handling and soiling. De Wain is the noted Los Angeles-based Light and Space artist De Wain Valentine, and Melinda (sic) is his former partner and gallerist Malinda Wyatt, from whom we acquired this directly. PLEASE NOTE: Additional shipping costs are required for this item beyond our standard rates due to its weight - we will inform you of the applicable amount at time of purchase.. Very Good.

Keywords: "PARIS - MOSCOU 1900-1933", Pontus Hulten, V. M. Polevoi, Centre Georges Pompidou, French Modern Art, Moscow, Russia, Russian Soviet Avant-Garde Art, Revolutionary, Constructivism, Suprematism, Painting, Exhibition Catalog Catalogue, Architecture, Cinema,

Price: US$ 175.00 Seller: Arcana: Books on the Arts
- Book number: 023630

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