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Monument to Classic of Russian Avant-garde to Appear in Novosibirsk
6.02.2012 15:27
Monument to Classic of Russian Avant-garde to Appear in Novosibirsk
El Lissitzky

A monument to the classic of Russian avant-garde art El Lissitzky is planned to be set up in Novosibirsk.
      
      El Lissitzky (1890-1941) was an outstanding figure of Russian avant-garde art, an architect, artist, designer, theorist of art and a colleague of Malevich in suprematism. El Lissitzky is one of the most widely known Russian artists in the West, where in general Russian avant-garde is known better than any other trends of Russian art.
      
      Novosibirsk and El Lissitzky are practically coevals and almost twin-brothers, because the city was devised as an absolutely avant-garde project. Till now the avant-garde concept of the victory over future as the ideology of development suits Novosibirsk very much.
      
      Source: 54rus.org
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Monuments to People Novosibirsk El Lissitzky Kazimir Malevich  

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