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

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Selected Bibliography
A-Ya ( 1979-) A multilingual journal published in Paris, devoted to contemporary unofficial Russian art.
Becker Howard ( 1984) Art Worlds ( University of California).
Berger John ( 1969) Art and Revolution: Ernst Neizvestny and the Role of the Artist in the USSR ( London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson).
Betz Margaret ( 1983) "Lydia Masterkova Striving Upward to the Real," in Dodge (ed.).
Birman Igor ( 1979) "Jewish Emigration from the USSR: Some Observations:" Soviet Jewish Affairs, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp. 46-63.
Bowlt John ( 1977) "Moscow: The Contemporary Art Scene," in Dodge and Hilton (eds.).
Brown Archie, Fennell John, Kaser Michael and Willetts H. T., eds. ( 1982) The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Russia and the Soviet Union ( Cambridge University Press).
Bystryn Marcia ( 1978) "Art Galleries as Gatekeepers: The Case of the Abstract Expressionists," Social Research 45, Summer, pp. 390-408.
C ( 1968) "Art and Apparat," New York Review of Books, May 9, pp. 4-6.
Chagall Marc ( 1965) My Life ( London).
Chemiakin Mikhail ( 1980) Mikhail Chemiakin: Obras 1965/1980 ( Rio di Janiero: Museu de Arte Moderna).
Dodge Norton (ed.) ( 1983) Lydia Masterkova Catalogue ( New York: Contemporary Russian Art Center).

----- ( 1981-82) Russian New Wave ( New York: Contemporary Russian Art Center).

Dodge Norton, and Hilton Alison ( 1980) "Emigré Artists in the West (USA)," Second World Congress on Soviet and East European Studies, Garmisch.

----- (eds.) ( 1977) New Art from the Soviet Union ( Washington, D.C.: Acropolis Books).

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • List of Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction: Emigrating From the Soviet Union 1
  • Notes 13
  • The History and Organization Of Artistic Life in the Soviet Union 16
  • Notes 58
  • Soviet Emigré Artists in The American Art World 60
  • Notes 117
  • The Artistic Development Of Soviet Emigré Artists in New York 121
  • Notes 154
  • Afterword 156
  • Note 161
  • Selected Bibliography 162
  • Index 165
  • About the Authors 169
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