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Mayakovsky in 1920
Mayakovsky in 1920
The house in Georgia where Mayakovsky was born
The house in Georgia where Mayakovsky was born
The Mayakovskys in Kutaisi
The Mayakovskys in Kutaisi
Mayakovsky in 1910
Mayakovsky in 1910
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Group photograph of some Russian Futurists, published in their manifesto A Slap in the Face of Public Taste. Left to right: Aleksei Kruchyonykh, Vladi
Group photograph of some Russian Futurists, published in their manifesto A Slap in the Face of Public Taste. Left to right: Aleksei Kruchyonykh, Vladimir Burliuk, Vladimir Mayakovsky, David Burliuk, and Benedikt Livshits.
The Knifegrinder (1912-13), by Kazimir Malevich, is an example how Cubism and Futurism crossed over to create Cubo-Futurism, a combined art form.
The Knifegrinder (1912-13), by Kazimir Malevich, is an example how Cubism and Futurism crossed over to create Cubo-Futurism, a combined art form.
Igra v Adu (A Game in Hell; Moscow 1914 edition) is an example of the collaborations of Futurist writers and visual artists. It fused Khlebnikov and K
Igra v Adu (A Game in Hell; Moscow 1914 edition) is an example of the collaborations of Futurist writers and visual artists. It fused Khlebnikov and Kruchenykh's poems with Goncharova's bold imagery.
Cyclist (1913) by Natalia Goncharova. This painting is an example of how Russian Futurism affected her later works.
Cyclist (1913) by Natalia Goncharova. This painting is an example of how Russian Futurism affected her later works.