Russian Modernism: The Collections of the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, I

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Jean-Louis Cohen, David Woodruff, Ljiljana Grubisic
Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities, 1997 - History - 215 pages
This comprehensive bibliography of the Russian Modernist holdings of the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities comprises both published and unpublished material dating from approximately 1905 to 1941, an era that saw unprecedented political change and an explosion of new artistic strategies. The Research Institute's holdings include Russian and foreign-language translations of Russian texts, exhibition and museum catalogues, children's books, limited editions, journals, lithographs, offprints, pamphlets, collected papers, photographic albums, plays, portfolios, posters, songs, and transcripts. This extensive reference will be essential for librarians, scholars, students, and rare book dealers.

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Notes to the Reader
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Introduction
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The Collections of the Getty Research Institute
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Jean-Louis Cohen is an architect & historian. He is a professor at the Institute of Fine Arts at New York University & the director of the Institute Francais d'Architecture. He specializes in the twentieth-century architecture & urbanism of Europe & the United States.

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