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Essential for becoming acquainted with a key author in twentieth century art.
Vital and artistic emotions blend upon reading the letters that Alexander Rodchenko wrote during his stay in Paris in 1925. Sharing the impressions that his first trip outside the Soviet Union made on him, his most mundane concerns, love from afar and his ferocious criticism of the lifestyle in an effeminate Paris that was deficient from an artistic viewpoint make this book essential for becoming acquainted with a key author in twentieth century art. Together with the letters we also reproduce photographs taken by Ródchenko, most of them never published before.
Pages: 64Images: 38Size: 21 x 29 cmBinding: Paperback with fold-out jacketLanguage: English / SpanishISBN: 978-84-17048-65-5 The poetic universe of a mother and a daughter of Iranian origins, set in a house in Switzerland.