Street Art of the Revolution.
Festivals and Celebrations in Russia, 1918-33.

Including works by Mayakovsky, Tatlin, Rodchenko, Stepanova, Rozanova, and Vesnin. Edited by Vladimir Tolstoy and Irina Mikhailovna Bibikova.
Rizzoli Publishers, New York, 1990. 240 pp., 135 b&w and 85 color illustrations,, 9½x10½".

"Numerous visual and literary documents have been collected in this volume to re-create the tremendous excitement and exuberant spirit in the first 15 years after the Russian Revolution. Carrying out the slogan of the times, "Let us make the squares our palettes, the streets our brushes!", were the most eminent painters, sculptors, architects, musicians, writers, and stage designers. The rich selection of illustrations is published along with important source materials--many previously unpublished--which offer unique insights into the period's political background."--the publisher.

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