Russian Modernism between East and West: Natal'ia Goncharova and the Moscow Avant-Garde

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9780521831628: Russian Modernism between East and West: Natal'ia Goncharova and the Moscow Avant-Garde

This book reconstructs the efforts of avant-garde artists, primarily Natal'ia Goncharova and her Muscovite colleagues, to reclaim Russia's 'Eastern' cultural heritage. Before the First World War, art addressed a crisis in self-representation that was a consequence of Russia's dual cultural legacies, Asian and European. This text represents Goncharova's leading role in this project, both as a spokesperson and a painter. The animated and often polarizing debates concerning the cultural identity of contemporary art were often preceded by Goncharova's practices that react to a critical tradition that, for at least a decade, had accused the radical 'left' Muscovite artists of failing to create a national tradition.

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"A complex and erudite book, providing extensive primary material...The physical qualities of presentation and formal presentation of the text, notes, bibliography, index, and the copius illustrations are exemplary, and the book is a substantial contribution to scholarship on the Russian avant-garde."
-Alison Hilton, Slavic Review

"...a welcome addition on this subject!....Sharp expertly conveys the complexity of Goncharova's work and that of her dialogue with her sources...She successfully addresses the contemporary binary view of the "civilized" West and "barbarian" Russia...Russian Modernism between East and West is an important publication that not only redresses the lack of a current scholarly English monograph on Goncharova, but also advances considerably our understanding of the Russian avant-garde."
- Cheryl Kramer, Women's Art Journal

"Sharp's achievement-illuminating fascinating aspects of both Goncharova's work and russian Modernism-is truly collosal."
- Alina Orlov, Independent Scholar

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Natal'ia Goncharova and her Muscovite colleagues reclaimed Russia's 'Eastern' cultural heritage. Before the First World War, art addressed a crisis in self-representation that was a consequence of Russia's dual cultural legacies, Asian and European.

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Sharp, Jane Ashton
Editore: Cambridge University Press (2006)
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Descrizione libro Cambridge University Press, 2006. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110521831628

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