The Space of Freedom Russian Exhibition Print
The Space of Freedom
Printed in Russia
Russian Exhibition Print
10 x 8.5"
Great condition, subtle negligible signs of age or wear (inner page age marks, subtle cover wear)
Leningrad Exhibition 964-1986
Director's Forward - We are very pleased to present this traveling exhibition of artwork from the collection of the Museum of Nonconformist Art, Puhkinskaya-10 Art Centre, St. Petersburg, Russia, presented within the context of a re-created "apartment" exhibition from Leningrad. "IT'S POSSIBLE TO KNOW THE WORLD AROUND YOU AND ITS ESSENCE WITHOUT GOING BEYOND THE PARAMETERS OF ONE'S ROOM, OR ONE'S APARTMENT..." From its beginning, humankind has attempted to figure out, to define its space in order to comprehend the world around it. Man's movements, developments and future continue to depend on our definition and condition of that space. Whilst attempting to understand the condition of his space, humankind has also attempted to extend its concept of space to eternity. One's home, apartment, or room could either become a window to infinity or a limitation, a finite space, a dead end...
Light weight, bendy but strong
Provenance verified from a collection of vintage, pre-owned and re-worked pieces by holistic vintage purveyor Monica Vivar