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The publication features articles on the activities of the Knave of Diamonds association; an illustrated catalogue of the works shown at the Knave of Diamonds exhibitions between 1910 and 1917; the regulations and chronology of the Knave of Diamonds association; biographies and photographs of artists; memoirs of the contributors to exhibitions and a list of names mentioned in the catalogue. The collection of masterpieces, chosen by the Russian Museum will allow you to make a first impression of the collection of the Russian Museum. Russian Museum - one of the world's largest museums and is perhaps the only country where such a full treasure of national culture are presented. Virtual tour of the museum complex. 2009 (Ru. En. Ge. Fi. Details.
Avant-garde (Aesthetics), Bubnovyĭ valet (Group of artists), Exhibitions, Russian Painting. At head of title: The State Russian Museum, the State Tretyakov Gallery, the Ekaterina Cultural Foundation. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Jack of Diamonds, also called Knave Of Diamonds, was a group of avant-garde artists originating from an exhibition held in Moscow from 1910. The group remained active until December 1917. The Knave of Diamonds was an exhibition that opened in Moscow in December 1910, featuring French cubist paintings by Henri Le Fauconnier, André Lhote, Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger.
This collection of published statements by Russian artists and critics is intended to fill a considerable gap in our general knowledge of the ideas and theories peculiar to modernist Russian art, particularly within the context of painting. In the case of most books, this has been determined by reference to Knizhnaya letopis [Book Chronicle; bibl.
To mark the opening of the exhibition The Knave of Diamonds Painting in the Russian Avant-garde in the State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg (July 2004) a new version of the catalogue of the exhibition was published in Russian and English. The release of the catalogue was provided by the EKATERINA Foundation in co-operation with the State Russian Museum Publishing House with the financial support of the Stroyteks and the Restoration N companies.
Jack of Diamonds, also called Knave of Diamonds, Russian Bubnovy Valet, group of artists founded in Moscow in 1910 whose members were for the next few years the leading exponents of avant-garde art in Russia. The group’s first exhibition, held in December 1910, included works by the French Cubists Albert Gleizes, Henri Le Fauconnier, and André Lhote; other paintings were exhibited by Wassily Kandinsky and Alexey von Jawlensky, both Russian artists then living in Germany. Kazimir Malevich also participated in the first exhibition. In succeeding Jack of Diamonds exhibitions, works by the German painters Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Erich Heckel, and Max Pechstein were shown, as well as works by the French artist Fernand Léger. Also exhibiting with the group was Vladimir Tatlin, who later founded Russian Constructivism.
The "Knave of Diamonds" (also known as the "Jack of Diamonds"), was both the name of the notorious 1910-11 art exhibition held in Moscow, and the painters' association that existed from 1911 to 1917 and united under its banner a cohort of rebels against the academic canons, and seekers or new ways in art. The name was coined by Mikhail Larionov, the initiator of the group's first show and the famous "trouble-maker" of Russian art of the 1910s.
The Jack (Knave) of Diamonds artists, who led the Russian avant-garde from 1910 until the start of the 1917 revolution, profoundly shaped the global development of abstract ar. That synthesis is evident, for example, in the work of Jack of Diamonds co-founder Natalia Goncharova, as her paintings blend the forms and subject matter of the Russian peasantry with the colors, lines and spatial experiments of the European vanguard. Aristarkh Lentulov - Bellringing. Ivan the Great Bell-Tower, 1915. In service to their belief in internationalism, the first Jack of Diamonds exhibition included works by both Russian and European artists.
Russian Art of the Avant-Garde. In some cases, specifically in those of the symbolists and the "French" faction of the Knave of Diamonds, no group declaration was issued so that recourse was made to less direct, but still significant pronouncements. Categorization presented a problem since some statements, such as David Burliuk's "The Voice of an Impressionist" or EI Lissitzky's "Suprematism in World Reconstruction," are relevant to more than one chronological or ideological section.