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Assouline 'Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists'

'Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists'

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The efforts of art collector Igor Vitalyevich Savitsky, who dedicated his life to saving one of the world’s most important works of Russian avant-garde art, are illustrated in Assouline's 'Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists'. Showcasing the Karakalpakstan State Museum of Art's collection of this art, the volume highlights its Avant-Garde Orientalist assemblage — pieces produced between 1910 – 1930 by artists who travelled or moved to Uzbekistan. The result is a mix of vibrant colours, unique light, landscapes and architecture that reflect the region and its culture at that time by those who maintained their integrity as real artists during a tumultuous era.
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The efforts of art collector Igor Vitalyevich Savitsky, who dedicated his life to saving one of the world’s most important works of Russian avant-garde art, are illustrated in Assouline's 'Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists'. Showcasing the Karakalpakstan State Museum of Art's collection of this art, the volume highlights its Avant-Garde Orientalist assemblage — pieces produced between 1910 – 1930 by artists who travelled or moved to Uzbekistan. The result is a mix of vibrant colours, unique light, landscapes and architecture that reflect the region and its culture at that time by those who maintained their integrity as real artists during a tumultuous era.
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FRANKBROS says
The efforts of art collector Igor Vitalyevich Savitsky, who dedicated his life to saving one of the world’s most important works of Russian avant-garde art, are illustrated in Assouline's 'Uzbekistan: Avant-Garde Orientalists'. Showcasing the Karakalpakstan State Museum of Art's collection of this art, the volume highlights its Avant-Garde Orientalist assemblage — pieces produced between 1910 – 1930 by artists who travelled or moved to Uzbekistan. The result is a mix of vibrant colours, unique light, landscapes and architecture that reflect the region and its culture at that time by those who maintained their integrity as real artists during a tumultuous era.
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Length 330mm
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Width 250mm
Length 330mm
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