Книги издательства Moscow Museum of Modern Art

Dance
Dance
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Вашему вниманию предлагается книга Dance Сергея Сапожникова. . . .

Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973). A Retrospective
Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973). A Retrospective
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  2000  

The Moscow Museum of Modern Art is pleased to present the first solo exhibition of Jacques .Lipchitz, an outstanding avant-garde sculptor of the 20th century and a prominent representative of the School of Paris, to be held in Russia. Lipchitz was one of the most notable sculptors who adopted the principles of Cubism and persistently applied them in his works, gaining recognition from both connoisseurs and the general public. Later, moving away from Cubism, he kept his expressiveness and daring approach to form. .Published to coincide with the exhibition in the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, the present edition reflects on the history of sculpture in the 20th century, factors that shaped its development, and Lipchitz's circle of artists and friends, who influenced his approach. Jacques Lipchitz marked a turning point in the perception of art and, along with Pablo Picasso and Marc Chagall, became a symbol of the new art. Along with the artworks presented in the exhibition, the catalogue contains additional materials such as an article by the exhibition curator Kosme de Baranano about the sculptor's life and work, an essay by an art historian Mikhail Kamen-sky about Lipchitz's visit to the USSR in 1935, interesting facts about the sculptor's life, previously unpublished images from the archives of Musee d'Art et d'Histoire du JudaTsme in Paris as well as photographs of sculptures and graphic works from the collections of Marlborough Gallery, the Israel Museum in Jerusalem, and private collections. .This retrospective exhibition is a continuation of the museum's exhibition program aimed at introducing visitors to the work of important modernist artists. The project is prepared in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Israel. .I would like to express my sincere gratitude to The Estate of Jacques Lipchitz, Marlborough Gallery and Kosme de Baranano for their help and support in organizing the exhibition, as well as to the team of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art for the successfully realised project.

The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996-2002) (книга на английском языке)
The Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996-2002) (книга на английском языке)
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The exhibition devoted to Saint Petersburg's Brotherhood of New Blockheads (1996-2002) and its accompanying publication represent an event of considerable significance not only for our Museum of Modern Art and for Moscow's cultural landscape, but for any contemporary history of Russian art. This group of young artists - Sergey Spirikhin, Vladimir Kozin, Igor Panin, Vadim Flyagin and others first emerged twenty years ago in Borey Gallery (which enjoyed cult status) and existed for just a few years around the turn of the centuries. Yet in that short time the group made its mark with its incredible energy and creative productivity: more than seventy actions and performances in all.Inspired in equal measure by the absurdist poetics of the Oberiu and the chaotic romantic rhythm of the 1990s, they proposed a model of artistic behaviour that was capable of reflecting with incredible accuracy the turbulent spirit of a specific place and a specific time, a behaviour defined by characteristic energy and charming clumsiness, by an approach that cannot be translated into the language of global art.