Soviet Emigrae Artists: Life and Work in the USSR and the United States

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Acknowledgments

This book could not have been written without the interest and generosity of the Soviet emigré artists, art historians, and critics who agreed to be interviewed. With warmth and courteousness, they spent hours answering questions, assessing their experiences in the Soviet Union and recalling the chaos, tribulations, and excitement of their first years in the United States. Among the artists who contributed so much to this project are Katerina Arnold, Vagrich Bakhchanyan, Paul Bunin, Mikhail Chemiakin, Rimma and Valery Gerlovin, Vladimir Grigorovitch, Henry Khudyakov, Marc Klionsky, Vitaly Komar, Alexander Kosolapov, Alexander Melamid, Lev Meshberg, Ernst Neizvestny, Alexander Ney, Gregory Perkel, Alexander Prostakov, Vladimir Ryklin, Sophie Schiller, Zarina Sheglov, Ilya Shenker, and Igor Tulipanov. We are grateful to John Bowlt, Norton Dodge, Larissa Haskell, and Alison Hilton for their help and inspiration and to Alexander Glezer, Margarita Tupitsyn, Eduard Nakhamkin, Ronald Feldman, Rowman Kaplan, and the staffs of the Galerie St. Etienne and the Lefebre Gallery for their cooperation and advice. We thank Robert Thornton of the Rhode Island School of Design Museum for his help in reproducing one of the artist's prints, and Sue Carroll for her excellent typing of part of the manuscript and for her reactions as an American artist. Our editor, Patricia Kolb, offered her enthusiasm, helpful criticism,

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