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A Slap in the Face of Public Taste: Verse, Artistic Prose, Essays (Poshchechina obshchestvennomu vkusu: Stikhi, proza, stat'i)

A work made of book with letterpress in red-brown on coarsely wove coated fabric cover.

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  • A work made of book with letterpress in red-brown on coarsely wove coated fabric cover.

Date:

1912

Artist:

David Burlyuk (American, born Ukraine, 1882–1967), Nikolai Burlyuk (Ukrainian, 1890–1920), Vasily Kandinsky (Russian, 1866–1944), Velimir Khlebnikov (Russian, 1885–1922), Aleksei Kruchenykh (Russian, 1886–1968), Benedikt Livshits (Russian, 1886–1939), and Vladimir Mayakovsky (Russian, born Georgia, 1893–1930)
published by G. L. Kuz’min (Russian, 20th century)

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Artist

David Davidovich Burliuk

Title

A Slap in the Face of Public Taste: Verse, Artistic Prose, Essays (Poshchechina obshchestvennomu vkusu: Stikhi, proza, stat'i)

Origin

Ukraine

Date

1912

Medium

Book with letterpress in red-brown on coarsely wove coated fabric cover

Dimensions

245 x 180 x 13 mm

Credit Line

Gladys N. Anderson Fund

Reference Number

2009.243

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