Friday, 30 December 2011

Building the Revolution in London

I found myself more and more in love with the Russian avant-garde with my visit today to Royal Academy of Arts' current show Building The Revolution: Soviet Art And Architecture 1915-1935.  It's a pity that no photography was allowed at the exhibition.  The Russian art and architecture on view, mostly from the 1920s, of course include much more than the model and drawings of Vladimir Tatlin's (never built 1920 designed) constructivist classic Monument to the Third International:

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