Davaj! Russian Art Now

See here the birth of a radical art scene: laboratories of free artists, clubs, internet caf s, and galleries emerging in Russia between prefab high-rises, slums, and the turreted fortresses of the nouveau riche. Unburdened by old ideologies and metaphysical obsessions, artists in the former Soviet culture houses have been working with new media, playing with performance art, developing new strategies, and forging new representations of the self.

Text: Nailja Allachwerdijewa, Christiane Bauermeister, Konstantin Bochorow, Wjatscheslaw Kurizyn, Anna Matwejewa, Peter Noever, Ljubow Saprykina, Joachim Sartorius, Jelena Zwetajewa. cm 21×22; pp. 168; 126 COL e 49 BW ills.; paperback. Publisher: Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, 2002.

ISBN: 9783775711722| 3775711724

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See here the birth of a radical art scene: laboratories of free artists, clubs, internet caf s, and galleries emerging in Russia between prefab high-rises, slums, and the turreted fortresses of the nouveau riche. Unburdened by old ideologies and metaphysical obsessions, artists in the former Soviet culture houses have been working with new media, playing with performance art, developing new strategies, and forging new representations of the self.

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