by S. A. Mansbach and Wojciech Jan Siemaszkiewicz
In this visually stunning companion volume to the Library exhibition, art historian S. A. Mansbach offers an overview of the progressive east European graphic artists and writers who, in the first four decades of the 20th century, redefined and reshaped culture and its social meanings as they sought to comprehend and interpret the dynamics of a modern, postwar age. Illustrated in color with more than 50 examples of modernist publications, it includes works on paper by such artists as El Lissitzky, Moholy-Nagy, Karel Teige, Niklavs Strunke, Victor Brauner and others, all drawn from the Library's extensive holdings of eastern and southeastern European materials.
Paperback, 80 pages, 63 illustrations.
Item Number: 9780871044594