Ilya Kabakov. Drawings

This catalogue accompanies the exhibition dedicated solely to Ilya Kabakov’s drawings, in which life, politics and human interaction are recurring themes. His work reveals a deep love for his roots in Russia, but is also seasoned with his quiet humour and capacity to weave stories. His drawings span a period of over 40 years: the earliest ones, influenced by his critical view of the Soviet regime, were produced in 1956 and the latest ones to be included date from 1997.

Text: Deumens Johan, Sand Gabriele et al. cm 24×23; pp. 108; COL and BW; hardcover. Publisher: Sprengel Museum, Hannover, 1999.

ISBN: 9783877067567 | 3877067565
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This catalogue accompanies the exhibition dedicated solely to Ilya Kabakov’s drawings, in which life, politics and human interaction are recurring themes. His work reveals a deep love for his roots in Russia, but is also seasoned with his quiet humour and capacity to weave stories. His drawings span a period of over 40 years: the earliest ones, influenced by his critical view of the Soviet regime, were produced in 1956 and the latest ones to be included date from 1997.

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