Ilya Kabakov. The Man who Never Threw Anything Away

Through installations, albums and paintings, Ilya Kabakov – called the “father of Moscow conceptualism” – translates the experience of Soviet life into universal metaphors for the human condition. Wallach’s monograph features Kabakov’s own commentaries as well as actual texts of the installations.

Text: Wallach Amei, Kabakov Ilya et al. cm 25×32; pp. 256; 70 ill. COL e 220 BW ills.; hardcover with dust jacket. Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, New York, 1996.

ISBN: 9780810935259| 0810935252

ID: AM-1541

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Through installations, albums and paintings, Ilya Kabakov – called the “father of Moscow conceptualism” – translates the experience of Soviet life into universal metaphors for the human condition. Wallach’s monograph features Kabakov’s own commentaries as well as actual texts of the installations.

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