A Rodchenko, V Stepanova
- Year: 1939
- Country: Russia
- Language: English
- Movement: Constructivism
- Subject: Moscow
- Dimensions: Width: 20.50cm Height: 26.00cm
Moscow is a book published by State Art Publishers for the World Fair in 1939 in New York. Colour illustrated endpapers. Soviet propaganda publication profusely illustrated with reproductions of photographs showing Moscow architecture & street scenery, Stalin and other Soviet officials, parades, citizens, workers, etc. It has two tipped-in fold-out with artwork and photographs each at the rear of the book, printed on both sides as published. The motifs are images of "Moscow of the Past" in one, the other depicts "Buildings preserved by the Soviet Government for their historical value". Design of the book is attributed to Alexander Rodchenko, Russian artist, sculptor, photographer and graphic designer; one of the founders of constructivism and Russian design. This book is in very good condition, very light wear along edges and head and tail of spine. Tight copy with binding and interior is also in very good condition.
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