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The story of Matiushin, a young man damaged by brutality at home and then in the army.

Author: Oleg Pavlov

Publisher: And Other Stories

ISBN: 1908276371

Category: Fiction

Page: 249

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The story of Matiushin, a young man damaged by brutality at home and then in the army.
2014 By Oleg Pavlov

They are also the result of observing the work of other artistic colleagues.75 Kliun's chromolithograph shows a yellow triangle, which contradicts Matiushin's work but corresponds to Kandisky's study of color and form. The case is just ...

Author: Isabel Wünsche

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443856867


Page: 338

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Recent decades have seen a renewed interest in the phenomenon of abstract art, particularly regarding its ability to speak to the political, social, and cultural conditions of our times. This collection of essays, which looks at historical examples of artistic practice from the early pioneers of abstraction to late modernism, investigates the ambivalent role that abstraction has played in the visual arts and cultures of the last hundred years. In addition, it explores various theoretical and critical narratives that seek to articulate new perspectives on its legacy in the visual arts. From metaphysical considerations and philosophical reflections to debates on interculturality and global perspectives, the contributors examine and reconsider abstraction in the visual arts from a contemporary point of view that acknowledges the many social, economic, cultural, and political aspects of artistic practice. As such, the volume progressively expands the boundaries of thinking about abstract art by engaging it in its increasingly diverse cultural environment.
2016-12-14 By Isabel Wünsche

... with their rounded shapes and curved lines, required a warmer approach, incorporating yellows and orange-reds.185 For some scenarios, Matiushin provided more specific design specifications. In the case of a series of urban apartment ...

Author: Isabel W?nsche

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351541770

Category: Art

Page: 242

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The artists of the Organic School of the Russian avant-garde found inspiration as well as a model for artistic growth in the creative principles of nature. Isabel W?nsche analyzes the artistic influences, intellectual foundations, and scientific publications that shaped the formation of these artists, the majority of whom were based in St. Petersburg. Particular emphasis is given to the holistic worldviews and organic approaches prevalent among artists of the pre-revolutionary avant-garde, specifically Jan Ciaglinski, Nikolai Kulbin, and Elena Guro, as well as the emergence of the concept of Organic Culture as developed by Mikhail Matiushin, practiced at the State Institute of Artistic Culture, and taught at the reformed Art Academy in the 1920s. Discussions of faktura and creative intuition explore the biocentric approaches that dominated the work of Pavel Filonov, Kazimir Malevich, Voldemar Matvejs, Olga Rozanova, and Vladimir Tatlin. The artistic approaches of the Organic School of the Russian avant-garde were further promoted and developed by Vladimir Sterligov and his followers between 1960 and 1990. The study examines the cultural potential as well as the utopian dimension of the artists? approaches to creativity and their ambitious visions for the role of art in promoting human psychophysiological development and shaping post-revolutionary culture.
2017-07-05 By Isabel W?nsche

Not all of Matiushin's observations of nature are to be found in Ivanova's landscapes . In any case , he was more of a theoretician than was Ivanova and his paintings often function as illustrations of his writings about visual ...

Author: Liudmila Ivanova


ISBN: STANFORD:36105112198267

Category: Painting, Russian

Page: 78

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The experience of the Balin case ( see below ) suggests that there may be a basis for this skepticism . ... crimes was the attack on May 14 , 1990 , of Dmitrii Matiushin , a young man who was beaten to death in the center of Chi§in5u .

Author: Erika Dailey

Publisher: Human Rights Watch

ISBN: 1564320898

Category: Political Science

Page: 69

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- Parties to the conflict
1993 By Erika Dailey

78 the relationship between any material signifier ( in this case the geometric forms ) and its signified ... The unifying element supporting this painterly proposition , evident in Portrait of the Composer Matiushin , is the prevalent ...

Author: Rainer Crone

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 0948462817

Category: Art

Page: 230

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Malevich's sudden and startling realization of a non-objective way of painting – which he termed Suprematism – stands as a seminal moment in the history of twentieth-century art. Rainer Crone and David Moos trace the artist's development from his beginnings in the Ukraine and early years in Moscow – where he was closely involved in the Futurist circle – through to the late 1920s and beyond. The authors of this book convincingly demonstrate that it is only through a close and sustained reading of Malevich's late – and still widely misunderstood – painterly oeuvre that his extraordinarily inventive stance can truly be comprehended. Crone and Moos trace the close relationship between Malevich's practice and other contemporary non-political revolutions in physics, linguistics and poetry. They present Malevich as a uniquely creative artist, embodying in his work many of the insights and discoveries that define the twentieth century and the condition of modern life.
1991 By Rainer Crone

... 27 ( 4 ) : 30-2 ( Rus ) ( Rus ) Korolev AB see Matiushin IF Korolkov IP , Fatenkov VN , Kurmyshskaia NN , Galkina El ... Miyake E : ( An Korock SW see Cabbabe EB Korolev SV see Kramer AA autopsy case of intracranial and intraspinal ...



ISBN: UIUC:30112065974278

Category: Medicine


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In all cases it seems that the published lithographs were using earlier drawings than the more “resolved ” and “framed” ... 38 It was Malevich's close friend Matiushin who developed ideas relating to the extension of our physical ...

Author: Peter Stupples

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443899949

Category: Art

Page: 190

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Art has been as significant as text in the history of book design and production. This collection of papers examines the place of illustration and innovation, both conceptual and technical, in the relation of image to text in books of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, both in Europe and that outreach of European culture in the Pacific, New Zealand. Topics of the papers range from the work of Marcel Duchamp and Kazimir Malevich to the design of multimodal books and the early development of 3D printing.
2016-09-23 By Peter Stupples

[4] Matiushin, TheWork of Pavel Filonov, Directory of the Manuscripts Departmentof the PushkinHouse, 1977, Leningrad, 1979, pp.233234. [5] M.Le Dantyu,Letter toO. ... [14] V.Shklovsky, 'A Case attheproduction', Stroika, 1931,No.11.

Author: Evgueny Kovtun

Publisher: Parkstone International

ISBN: 9781783103812

Category: Art

Page: 245

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The Russian Avant-garde was born at the turn of the 20th century in pre-revolutionary Russia. The intellectual and cultural turmoil had then reached a peak and provided fertile soil for the formation of the movement. For many artists influenced by European art, the movement represented a way of liberating themselves from the social and aesthetic constraints of the past. It was these Avant-garde artists who, through their immense creativity, gave birth to abstract art, thereby elevating Russian culture to a modern level. Such painters as Kandinsky, Malevich, Goncharova, Larionov, and Tatlin, to name but a few, had a definitive impact on 20th-century art.
2014-05-10 By Evgueny Kovtun

... molest Russian parliamentarians whose voting is not to their liking and even try to break into their apartments.27 In one particularly ugly case , an eighteen - year - old Russian youth , Dima Matiushin , was beaten to death in 1990 ...

Author: Pål Kolstø

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253329175

Category: History

Page: 340

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The break-up of the Soviet Union in 1989 left 25 million Russians living in the 'near abroad', outside the borders of Russia proper. They have become the subjects of independent nation-states where the majority population is ethnically, linguistically, and often denominationally different. The creation of this 'new Russian diaspora' may well be the most significant minority problem created by the dissolution of the Soviet Union. Paul Kolstoe traces the growth and role of the Russian population in non-Russian areas of the Russian empire and then in the non-Russian Soviet republics. In the post-Soviet period special attention is devoted to the situation of Russians in the Baltic countries, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine and the former Central Asian and Caucasian republics. A chapter written jointly by Paul Kolstoe and Andrei Edemsky of the Institute of Slavonic and Balkan Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, delineates present Russian policy toward the diaspora. Finally, Kolstoe suggests strategies for averting the repetition of the Yugoslav scenario on post-Soviet soil.
1995 By Pål Kolstø

25 At the Leningrad art scholar's disposal were Malevich's letters to Matiushin, which refuted this point; however, ... In any case, it is clear that the “exhibi— tion circle” gathered not before the December vernissage in Petrograd but ...

Author: Aleksandra Shatskikh

Publisher: Yale University Press

ISBN: 9780300140897

Category: Art

Page: 346

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An in-depth exploration of Malevich’s pivotal painting, its context and its significance
2012-11-13 By Aleksandra Shatskikh

Irrespective of the official motivation in March 1914 the composer Mikhail Matiushin, who was also the publisher of ... had decided to have some fun.62 Cases of such quasi-Futurism appear in a number of forms, including the staging of ...

Author: Iva Glisic

Publisher: Northern Illinois University Press

ISBN: 9781501757747

Category: History

Page: 220

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2018-10-26 By Iva Glisic

13 Roerich's appeal to the primitive and the whole was not , of course , innovative and represented , in any case ... Mikhail Matiushin , and Pavel Mansurov and the critic Aleksandr Gidoni was right to praise Roerich's designs for their ...



ISBN: IND:30000071005627

Category: Arts


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2001 By

Matiushin relates in his memoirs a case of artistic provocation involving the first edition of the Trap for Judges (), which was aimed against the Symbolists, in this case, members of Viacheslav Ivanov's inner circle: “This book fell ...

Author: Nina Gourianova

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520268760

Category: Art

Page: 345

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"In this meticulously-researched, in-depth examination of anarchism and modernism, Gurianova provides a new and compelling interpretation of the early Russian avant-garde. Her study has major implications for our understanding of some of the twentieth century’s most important modernists and is an important contribution to the history and theory of radical political thought."— Allan Antliff, author of Anarchist Modernism: Art, Politics, and the First American Avant-Garde. “Gurianova is the first scholar to study the early Russian avant-garde not as a precursor to the Constructivism of the 1920s, but as a distinctive movement in its own right. In this important book, she identifies an “aesthetics of anarchy” that characterized the movement’s politics and poetics—a concept with provocative implications for our understanding of the relationship between word and image. This is a work of original and compelling scholarship that will profoundly alter our understanding of the Russian avant-garde.”— Nancy Perloff, Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles), curator of the exhibit Tango with Cows: Book Art of the Russian Avant-Garde (1910-1917).
2012-03-06 By Nina Gourianova

Matiushin was a violinist and Guro a writer , but both painted as well , and in their comfortable apartment on ... It was a pillow case , stuffed with crumpled pieces of paper , pages torn out of notebooks , whole sheets or even just ...

Author: Велимир Хлебников

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 0674140451

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 452

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Dubbed by his fellow Futurists the "King of Time," Velimir Khlebnikov (1885-1922) spent his entire brief life searching for a new poetic language to express his convictions about the rhythm of history, the correspondence between human behavior and the "language of the stars." The result was a vast body of poetry and prose that has been called hermetic, incomprehensible, even deranged. Of all this tragic generation of Russian poets (including Blok, Esenin, and Mayakovsky), Khlebnikov has been perhaps the most praised and the more censured. This first volume of the Collected Works, an edition sponsored by the Dia Art Foundation, will do much to establish the counterimage of Khlebnikov as an honest, serious writer. The 117 letters published here for the first time in English reveal an ebullient, humane, impractical, but deliberate working artist. We read of the continuing involvement with his family throughout his vagabond life (pleas to his smartest sister, Vera, to break out of the mold, pleas to his scholarly father not to condemn and to send a warm overcoat); the naive pleasure he took in being applauded by other artists; his insistence that a young girl's simple verses be included in one of the typically outrageous Futurist publications of the time; his jealous fury at the appearance in Moscow of the Italian Futurist Marinetti; a first draft of his famous zoo poem ("O Garden of Animals!"); his seriocomic but ultimately shattering efforts to be released from army service; his inexhaustibly courageous confrontation with his own disease and excruciating poverty; and always his deadly earnest attempt to make sense of numbers, language, suffering, politics, and the exigencies of publication. The theoretical writings presented here are even more important than the letters to an understanding of Khlebnikov's creative output. In the scientific articles written before 1910, we discern foreshadowings of major patterns of later poetic work. In the pan-Slavic proclamations of 1908-1914, we find explicit connections between cultural roots and linguistic ramifications. In the semantic excursuses beginning in 1915, we can see Khlebnikov's experiments with consonants, nouns, and definitions spelled out in accessible, if arid, form. The essays of 1916-1922 take us into the future of Planet Earth, visions of universal order and accomplishment that no longer seem so farfetched but indeed resonate for modern readers.

Take the case of the relationship of the Soviet state to Pablo Picasso. ... Igor Stravinsky and Mikhail Matiushin, such as, Matiushin's chaotic score to the futurist opera Victory over the Sun (1913), performed in St. Petersburg in 1913 ...

Author: Alexei Yurchak

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400849109

Category: Social Science

Page: 352

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Soviet socialism was based on paradoxes that were revealed by the peculiar experience of its collapse. To the people who lived in that system the collapse seemed both completely unexpected and completely unsurprising. At the moment of collapse it suddenly became obvious that Soviet life had always seemed simultaneously eternal and stagnating, vigorous and ailing, bleak and full of promise. Although these characteristics may appear mutually exclusive, in fact they were mutually constitutive. This book explores the paradoxes of Soviet life during the period of "late socialism" (1960s-1980s) through the eyes of the last Soviet generation. Focusing on the major transformation of the 1950s at the level of discourse, ideology, language, and ritual, Alexei Yurchak traces the emergence of multiple unanticipated meanings, communities, relations, ideals, and pursuits that this transformation subsequently enabled. His historical, anthropological, and linguistic analysis draws on rich ethnographic material from Late Socialism and the post-Soviet period. The model of Soviet socialism that emerges provides an alternative to binary accounts that describe that system as a dichotomy of official culture and unofficial culture, the state and the people, public self and private self, truth and lie--and ignore the crucial fact that, for many Soviet citizens, the fundamental values, ideals, and realities of socialism were genuinely important, although they routinely transgressed and reinterpreted the norms and rules of the socialist state.
2013-08-07 By Alexei Yurchak

70 For these and other case studies of the mechanistic impulse in Soviet psychology, see Raymond Bauer, The New Man in Soviet ... 75 The Futurists Elena Guro, Velimir Khlebnikov, and Mikhail Matiushin had variously expressed their ...

Author: Anindita Banerjee

Publisher: Wesleyan University Press

ISBN: 9780819573353

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 230

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Science fiction emerged in Russia considerably earlier than its English version and instantly became the hallmark of Russian modernity. We Modern People investigates why science fiction appeared here, on the margins of Europe, before the genre had even been named, and what it meant for people who lived under conditions that Leon Trotsky famously described as “combined and uneven development.” Russian science fiction was embraced not only in literary circles and popular culture, but also by scientists, engineers, philosophers, and political visionaries. Anindita Banerjee explores the handful of well-known early practitioners, such as Briusov, Bogdanov, and Zamyatin, within a much larger continuum of new archival material comprised of journalism, scientific papers, popular science texts, advertisements, and independent manifestos on social transformation. In documenting the unusual relationship between Russian science fiction and Russian modernity, this book offers a new critical perspective on the relationship between science, technology, the fictional imagination, and the consciousness of being modern.
2013-01-03 By Anindita Banerjee

Matiushin was primarily a musician and Malevich had no fear of competition from him . This was not the case with Malevich's old friend Aleksei Morgunov , nor with Ivan Kliun and Mikhail Menkov who were also invited to exhibit at ' 0,10 ...

Author: Linda S. Boersma

Publisher: 010 Publishers

ISBN: 9064501351

Category: Art

Page: 91

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Geïllustreerde beschrijving met achtergrondinformatie over de tentoonstelling 0,10 gehouden in Sint Petersburg (Leningrad) in 1915 met werk van Russische avant-garde schilders

... the joint project of Kruchenykh, Malevich, and Matiushin, for which one of Malevich's stage designs drew on ... In making his case for the further step to the fourth state of consciousness, Ouspensky had emphasised the important ...

Author: Christina Lodder

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004384989

Category: Art

Page: 330

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Celebrating Suprematism focusses on Kazimir Malevich’s abstraction. It examines the movement’s relationship to the philosophical, scientific, aesthetic, and ideological ideas of the period, establishing a profound and nuanced appreciation of its place in twentieth-century visual and intellectual culture.
2018-11-01 By Christina Lodder

The Three's title-page consists of four iconized upper-case Cyrillic letters, three signatures, a gigantic black disc — or ball — and Kazimir Malevich's haunting image of a lone ... The Three (Troe, Matiushin 1913) the printed word.

Author: Lars Elleström

Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN: 9789027272232

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 357

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The contributions to Iconic Investigations deal with linguistic or literary aspects of language. While some studies analyze the cognitive structures of language, others pay close attention to the sounds of spoken language and the visual characteristics of written language. In addition this volume also contains studies of media types such as music and visual images that are integrated into the overall project to deepen the understanding of iconicity – the creation of meaning by way of similarity relations. Iconicity is a fundamental but relatively unexplored part of signification in language and other media types. During the last decades, the study of iconicity has emerged as a vital research area with far-reaching interdisciplinary scope and the volume should be of interest for students and researchers interested in scholarly fields such as semiotics, cognitive linguistics, conceptual metaphor studies, poetry, intermediality, and multimodality.
2013-03-28 By Lars Elleström

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