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Solomon Rossin in the Russian Museum

Solomon Rossin in the Russian Museum

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Articles: E. Andreeva, John E. Bowlt ,R. Ourjak, M. Fillenbaum
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
160 pages; 113 coloured illustrations and 19 photographs.
Format: 32 x 24 cm; French, Russian
The publication acquaints with the oeuvre of Solomon Rossin, a modern Russian artist who was a representative of non-official trend in the Soviet Art in the 1960-1980’s and nowadays lives and works in St. Petersburg and France. The main themes of his painting and graphic works are the fate of a lonely and unprotected man in modern world as well as the drama of History that is comprehended by the author mainly in the philosophic and religious aspects. The album section is divided into eight theme chapters and accompanied by the articles where Russian and foreign authors trace the artist’s creative path, analyze plastic and thematic sources of his works and their place in a system of Non-conformism of the Soviet time and in Contemporary art. The publication also comprises the author’s memoirs, detailed biography of Solomon Rossin and documental photos that lights up his life and art.
Ana Tzarev. The Life of Flowers

Ana Tzarev. The Life of Flowers

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Article: A. Borovsky
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
96 pages; 70 coloured illustrations and 5 photos.
Format: 32 x 24 cm; Russian, English.

From the Icon to Malevich

From the Icon to Malevich

Editor in chief: E. Petrova. Article: E. Petrova.
Palace Edition, St Petersburg, 2011.
120 pages, 59 coloured illustrations and 7 photographs.
Format: 32x 24 cm.; English, Italian, Russian.

RAFA FORTEZA. Existential Alchemy

RAFA FORTEZA. Existential Alchemy

Editor in chief: E. Petrova. Articles: Jose Carlos Llop, Carlos Jover, Bel Font, Txema Gonzalez Bravo.
Palace Edition, St Petersburg, 2011.
144 pages, 74 coloured illustrations and 7 photographs.
Format: 32x 24 cm.; English, Russian.

Gates and Doors

Gates and Doors

Editor in chief: E. Petrova. Articles: A. Borovsky, A. Uspensky, I. Shalina.
Palace Edition, St Petersburg, 2011.
108 pages, 106 coloured illustrations.
Format: 24x 22 cm.; Russian.

Italian Landscape in the Photography of the 1950's–2000's

Italian Landscape in the Photography of the 1950's–2000's

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Article: Walter Liva.
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
120 pages; 113 coloured illustrations.
Format: 24 x 22 cm; Russian.

Repin and His Renowned Pupils

Repin and His Renowned Pupils

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Article: V. Lenyashin
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
73 pages; 39 coloured illustrations and 16 photos.
Format: 24 x 22 cm; Russian, English, Finnish, Swedish

Movement. Form. Dance

Movement. Form. Dance

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Article: O. Naumova
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
156 pages; 147 coloured illustrations.
Format: 24 x 22 cm; Russian, English

Konstantin Korovin

Konstantin Korovin

Editor-in-chief: E. Petrova; Article: V. Kruglov.
Palace Editions, St Petersburg, 2011.
232 pages; 300 coloured illustrations and 5 photos.
Format: 32 x 24 cm; Russian, English

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