In the 1920s and 1930s, a fascinating experiment took place in the Soviet Union, when a group of designers created household textiles to extol the virtues of industrialization and collectivism. Soviet Textiles discusses the political and artistic contexts surrounding these “bold and different designs” (Midwest Book Review), whose graphic power remains undiminished.
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96 pages. 52 color illust.
Richly decorated, finely crafted, and extraordinarily varied, the textiles featured in this concise, handsome volume demonstrate the artistry and innovation that elevate these functional objects...