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

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Index
A-Ya, 51, 59n
Academy of Arts, 13n, 23, 26, 27, 31, 43, 46, 52, 53, 56, 62, 65
Agitprop, 20, 21
Aleksandrov, 131
Alekseev, Collective Action Group, 101
Altman, 19
American artists, relation to emigrés, 104, 105
Anti-Semitism, 4, 5
Armenia, emigrés from, 2, 67, 68, 77 modern art in, 67
Armenian Artists Association of America, 67, 75
Arnold, 119n
Art in America, 100
Artforum, 100
Atkinson, 15n
Audience for Soviet Art, 88-93, 113
Avant-garde art in Soviet Union, 16, 18, 20, 26, 45, 49
Avedissian, 68
Bakhchanyan, 122, 144, 147-149, 155n
Barlach, 44
Beliutin, 80, 118n
Becker, 119n
Berger, 14n, 109
Birman, 13n, 14n
Blekher, 15n
Bowlt, 108, 120n
Braque, 31
Brik, 19
Brown, 117n
Brystyn, 119n
Bukharin, 19
Burlyuk, 17, 18
Burnham, 137, 138
Canada, emigrés in, 9
Censorship, 6, 8, 17
Chagall, 14n, 17, 18, 31, 58n
Chemiakin, 6, 14n, 15n, 47, 88, 107, 109, 122, 123, 125-128, 134, 154n
Collaborative work, 100, 101, 141
Collective Action Group, 101, 102
Constructivists, 56
Conceptualism, 54
Contemporary Russian Art Center of America, 90, 95
CPSU, Central Committee, 24, 43 relation to press, educational institutions, research organizations, museums and galleries, 24
Costakis, 66
Dali, 31
Dallin, 15n

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Table of contents

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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