Pioniere der sowjetischen Architektur

Pioniere der sowjetischen Architektur by Selim O. Chan-Magomedow (VEB Verlag der Kunst Dresden, 1983) presents the history and theory of Soviet Constructivism and other Modern movements in the newly established Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) between 1917–1932.

The text is in German, and the illustration consists of black-and-white photographs, architectural drawings, art reprints and other historical material.

The copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean and the binding is fine. The dust jacket show some tiny marks of shelf wear. The book comes in its protective cardboard case.

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Pioniere der sowjetischen Architektur by Selim O. Chan-Magomedow (VEB Verlag der Kunst Dresden, 1983) is an impressive, hefty monograph that presents the history and theory of Soviet Constructivism and other Modern movements in the newly established Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) between 1917–1932.

The book is divided into three parts. Part 1 explains the historical and societal context of the Soviet revolution and the contemporary cultural interplay between architecture and other forms of art. Part 2 focuses on the social problems of architecture, and Part 3 introduces the key players of the new movements.

The text is in German, and the illustration consists of black-and-white photographs, architectural drawings, art reprints and other historical material.

The copy in stock is in good condition. The pages are clean and the binding is fine. The dust jacket show some tiny marks of shelf wear. The book comes in its protective cardboard case.

Weight 3000 g
Dimensions 28.3 × 24.4 × 5.4 cm
Author(s)

Selim O. Chan-Magomedow

Publisher

VEB Verlag der Kunst Dresden

Publishing year

1983

Language

Images

 architectural drawings, art images (b&w), b&w photos

Binding

Hardcover

Condition

Number of pages

617

ISBN

n/a