Kazimir Malevich in the Russian Museum
450 pages with 380 colour and 113 black-and-white illustrations
Format: 31.5 x 24.5 cm; English, Swedish and Finnish
This is the first ever publication of the entire collection of Kazimir Malevich's works at the Russian Museum. It contains articles on Malevich's oeuvre, an album section illustrating all works, a detail-ed catalogue with reproductions of the front and reverse sides of his paintings and X-ray photographs. The appendix section consists of Malevich's correspondence, documents and memoirs of the artis's students.
Play and Passion in Russian Fine Art
360 pages with 332 colour and 248 black-and-white illustrations
Format: 24.5 x 30 cm; Russian and English
Life as a game and play as a means of life. This is just one of the many possible formulae for the life of Alexander Pushkin. While it does not claim to be entirely exact, it was the theme of the exhibition celebrating the poet's bicentenary and the accompanying catalogue. The album is illustrated with works of art reflecting the passions, emotions and activities of man - children's games, folk festivities, fortune-telling, flirts, duels, hunting, sport, cards, roulette, etc. The publication is divided into twenty one sections, each richly illustrated and accompanied by informative articles.
Unknown Treasures of the Russian Museum. The Russian Museum of St Petersburg in San Marino.
400 pages with 199 colour and 12 black-and-white illustrations
Format: 31.5 x 24.5 cm; Italian and English
This bilingual publication is designed to introduce the reader to the treasures of Russian art, from the icon to Soviet painting. It contains articles, a catalogue, biographies of artists and a richly illustrated album section.
Karl Brullov (1799-1852). Painting. Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection of the Russian Museum
198 pages with 237 colour illustrations
Format: 31.5 x 24.5 cm; Russian and English
This publication is dedicated to the artist's bicentenary in 1999. It contains articles on Brullov's oeuvre, an album section re-producing his works of painting and graphic art, a catalogue of annotations and a chronicle of the master's life and work.