The Soviet photograph (Record no. 2711)

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ISBN 0300064500
qualificatif rel.
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-- GEA
-- 004752370
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Type de document Livre
100 ## - Données générales de traitement
données générales de traitement 19971125d1996 m y0frey50 ba
101 ## - Langue
langue du document anglais
102 ## - Pays de publication ou de production
pays de publication EtatsUnis
105 ## - Zone de données codées : textes, monographies
données codées - monographies a z 00 y
106 ## - Zone de données codées : forme de la ressource
données codées - textes - caractéristiques physiques r
200 1# - Titre
titre propre The Soviet photograph
complément du titre 1924-1937
Auteur Margarita Tupitsyn
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lieu de publication New Haven [Conn.]
-- London
nom de l'éditeur Yale university press
date de publication cop. 1996
215 ## - Description
Importance matérielle X-298 p.-[16] p. de pl.
autres carac. matérielles ill. en noir et en coul., jaquette ill.
format 26 cm
300 ## - Note
note Notes bibliogr. Index
330 ## - Résumé
Résumé An art historian and Rodchenko's grandson, Lavrentiev (Vavara Stepanova: The Complete Works, MIT, 1991) has compiled a lavish and valuable survey of the Soviet artist's contributions to the field of photography. The more than 400 works reproduced here are largely drawn from his years of greatest creativity and engagement with the avant-garde, 1924-1935. But Lavrentiev has wisely included a selection of Rodchenko's graphic works and photomontages to give context and, surprisingly, a few lyric, even sentimental, color photographs from the 1950s. The short, largely biographical text-printed in English, German, and French-will be of interest for its succinct discussion of Rodchenko's justification of photography as art. Researchers will be most appreciative, however, of the "list of photographs," which includes not only title and year but also details of the camera and lens used and citations to where the work has been published and exhibited, whenever available. Because of the size of his oeuvre, a comprehensive catalog of Rodchenko's works will probably never be produced; this beautiful, yet affordable, volume is a large step toward filling that void. For all libraries collecting works on 20th-century artists. A contributor to Montage & Modern Life, 1919-1942 (MIT, 1992), Tupitsyn here has reworked her dissertation into a suprisingly engaging account of the evolution of Soviet photography from radical artistic experimentation to predictable propaganda tool. Though the writing is at times dry and quote laden, the stories of collaboration among Gustav Klutsis, Elizar Langman, Rodchenko, and others and their eventual dissolution in pursuit of varying ideologies are both well told and well documented. And the publisher is to be commended for not skimping on either the quality of the book's design or the number of illustrations, which are consistently relevant to and well integrated with the text. This will be a valuable addition to any academic library collecting works on the early 20th-century avant gardes.
606 ## - sujets
sujet Photographie
subdivision géographique URSS
subdivision chronologique 1900-1945
code du système d'indexation rameau
676 ## - classification
indice Dewey 770.947 09041
édition 22
610 ## - sujets
sujet 1900-1945
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sujet peinture
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sujet mutation sociale
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sujet art
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sujet photographie
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sujet Photographie
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sujet esthétique
700 ## - Auteur
auteur Tupicyna
partie du nom autre que l'élément d'entrée Margarita
dates 1955-....
code de fonction Auteur
801 ## - source de catalogage
pays FR
agence de catalogage FR-751131015
date de la transaction 19971125
règles de catalogage utilisées AFNOR
-- FRBNF375136190000001
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