Book — 256 pages : illsutrations (some colour) ; 24 cm.
The book accompanies the exhibition of the same name and is the third book from the Addenda to Soviet-era art history series. The series is accompanied by exhibitions in the B-wing of the fourth floor of the Kumu Art Museum that offer insight into Soviet-era Estonian art. Among other things, the focus lies on specific topics and phenomena that have received relatively little coverage in art historiography and deserve new approaches. This book deals with art contacts between Moscow and Tallinn from the 1960s to the 1980s. It focusses on the most significant representatives of the Moscow/Tallinn art axis and the most innovative aspects of their art: the publishing of popular scientific material, which was quite a phenomenon in Soviet times, and the use of specific audio-visual solutions. The framework for the discourse is formed by the way the "visual turn" brought about by 20th-century photography, cinema, television and other new media is understood today. The interdisciplinary and quotation-rich language of imagery used by the Moscow/Tallinn circle of artists has been described as a system of conscious visual juxtapositions and searches.
Дагестан глазами российских художников второй половины ХІХ - ХХ в. в собрании ДМИИ им. П.С. Гамзатовой = Daghestan through the eyes of Russian artists of the 19th and 20th centuries from the collection of Daghestan Museum of Fine Arts named after P.S. Gamzatova
Levas Bakstas, epocha ir kūryba : tarptautinės dailės parodos katalogas (Vilniaus paveikslų galerija, 2016 04 29-06 26) = The times and works of Léon Bakst : catalogue of the international art exhibition (Vilnius Picture Gallery, 04 29-06 26 2016) = Время и творчество Льва Бакста : каталог международной выставки (Вильнюсская картинная галерея, 04 29-06 26 2016)
Vilnius : Lietuvos dailės muziejus, 2016.
Book — 227 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 28 cm