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EXHIBITIONS BY YEAR

Revolution: Russian Avant-Garde, 1912–1930

12 October 1978 to 2 January 1979

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Artists

Georgii Stenberg
Russian, 1900–1933
5 exhibitions
Vasily Kandinsky
French, born Russia. 1866–1944
80 exhibitions
Il'ia Zdanevich
French, born Russia. 1894–1974
1 exhibition
Pavel Tchelitchew
American, born Russia. 1898–1957
59 exhibitions
Vladimir Tatlin
Russian, 1885–1953
13 exhibitions
Nikolai Suetin
Russian, 1897–1954
2 exhibitions
Varvara Stepanova
Russian, 1894–1958
4 exhibitions
Vladimir Stenberg
Russian, 1899–1982
9 exhibitions
Olga Rozanova
Russian, 1886–1918
6 exhibitions
Aleksandr Rodchenko
Russian, 1891–1956
24 exhibitions
Nikolai Prusakov
Russian, 1900–1952
2 exhibitions
Jean Pougny (Ivan Puni)
Russian, born Finland. 1892–1956
4 exhibitions
Lyubov Popova
Russian, 1889–1924
10 exhibitions
Antoine Pevsner
French, 1886–1962
23 exhibitions
Kazimir Malevich
Russian, born Ukraine. 1878–1935
34 exhibitions
El Lissitzky
Russian, 1890–1941
44 exhibitions
Mikhail Larionov
Russian, 1881–1964
20 exhibitions
Nikolai Kul'bin
Russian, 1868–1917
2 exhibitions
Gustav Klutsis
Latvian, 1895–1938
16 exhibitions
Ivan Kliun
Russian, 1878–1943
5 exhibitions
Yakov Guminer
Russian, 1896–1942
2 exhibitions
Natalia Goncharova
Russian, 1881–1962
20 exhibitions
Naum Gabo
American, born Russia. 1890–1977
28 exhibitions
Alexandra Exter
Russian, 1882–1949
11 exhibitions
Vera Ermolaeva
Russian
4 exhibitions
Marc Chagall
French, born Belarus. 1887–1985
96 exhibitions
Evrenii Borisov
1 exhibition
Alexander Bogomazov
Russian, 1880–1930
4 exhibitions
Aleksandr Archipenko
American, 1887–1964
29 exhibitions

New York Times Review of the exhibition

PUBLISHED

12 November 1978

Shopping in the Supermarket Of the Arts; THEATER Shopping in the Supermarket of the Arts FILM Arts Market MUSIC DANCE ART ARCHITECTURE

By Harold C. SCHONBERG

From all over the world they come, to put their art--their plays, their music, their fingers, their paintings and choreography--on display in New York, the greatest of all ...

New York Times • page D1 • 3,055 words