SUGGESTED READING ON RUSSIAN & SOVIET VISUAL ARTS

Abel, Ulf, ‘Icons and Soviet Art’ in Arvidsson, Claes & Lars Erik Blomqvist, Symbols of Power: The Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Stockholm, 1987.

Abolina, R.Ya., V.I. Mukhina, Moscow, 1954; (Mukhina, Moscow, 1960).

The Aesthetic Arsenal: Socialist Realism Under Stalin, New York, 1988.

Agitatsiya za Schast’e: Sovetskoe Iskusstvo Stalinskoi epokhi (exhibition catalogue), Dokumenta, Kassel & State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, 1993-94.

Amazons of the Avant-Garde: Alexandra Exter, Natalia Goncharova, Liubov Popova, Olga Rozanova, Varvara Stepanova, and Nadezhda Udaltsova (exhibition catalogue), Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1999.

Antonova, Irina & Jorn Merkert, Berlin-Moscow 1900-1950 (exhibition catalogue), Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, 1996.

Art and Power: Europe Under the Dictators 1930-45 (exhibition catalogue), Hayward Gallery, London, 1995.

Art in Revolution: Soviet Art and Design Since 1917, (exhibition catalogue), Hayward Gallery, London, 1971.

Arvidsson, Claes & Lars Erik Blomqvist, Symbols of Power: The Esthetics of Political Legitimation in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Stockholm, 1987.

Azarkovich, Valentina Grigorevna, Vystavki sovetskogo izobrazitel’nogo iskusstva, I-IV, Moscow, 1965-75.

Babenchikov, M.V., E.E. Lansere: Mastera sovetskoi grafika, Moscow, 1949.

Bakushinskii, A.V., N.A. Andreev, Moscow, 1939.

Bann, Stephen (ed.), The tradition of constructivism, London: Thames and Hudson, 1974

Barabanova, Nina Alekseevna, Pimenov, Leningrad, 1972.

Barkhatova, Elena, Russian Constructivist Posters, Paris, 1992.

Barr, Alfred H., ‘The “LEF” and Soviet Art’ in Transition, Fall 1928.

Barron, Stephanie & Maurice Tuchman, The Avant-Garde in Russia 1910-1930: New Perspectives, Los Angeles, 1980.

Barsheva, I. & K. Sazonova, Aleksandr Nikolaevich Samokhvalov, Leningrad, 1963.

Beavington Atkinson, J., An Art Tour to Russia, London (Reprint), 1986.

Berton, Kathleen, Moscow, An Architectural History, London, 1977.

Bird, Alan, A History of Russian Painting, Oxford, 1987.

Blakesley, Rosalind P., & Susan E. Reid, Russian Art and the West: A Century of Dialogue in Painting, Architecture and the Decorative Arts, Northern Illinois, 2007.

Bonnell, Victoria E., ‘The Iconography of the Worker’ in Siegelbaum, Lewis H. & Ronald Grigor Suny (eds.), Making Workers Soviet: Power, Class and Identity, New York, 1994.

Bonnell, Victoria E., Iconography of Power: Soviet Political Posters Under Lenin and Stalin, Berkeley & London, 1997.

Bowlt, John E., ‘The Virtues of Soviet Realism’ in Art in America, Vol 60, 6, November 1972.

Bowlt, John E., Rodchenko and Chaikov’ in Art and Artists, October 1976.

Bowlt, John E., The Silver Age: Russian Art of the Early Twentieth Century and the ‘World of Art’ Group, Newtonville, Massachusetts, 1979.

Bowlt, John E., Russian Art of the Avant-Garde: Theory and Criticism 1902-1934, London, 1988.

Bowlt, John E. & Olga Matich (eds.), Laboratory of Dreams: The Russian Avant-Garde and Cultural Experiment, Stanford, 1996.

Brewster, Ben, ‘Documents from Novy Lef, with Biographical Notes etc.’ in Screen, Vol 12, 4, 1974.

Brinton, Christian & Igor Grabar, The Russian Art Exhibition (exhibition catalogue), Grand Central Palace, New York, 1924.

Brodskii, Isaak Izrailevich, Moi tvorcheskii put’, Leningrad, 1940 (originally written 1938).

Brumfield, William Craft, A History of Russian Architecture, Cambridge, 1993.

Buck-Morss, Susan, Dreamworld and Catastrophe: The Passing of Mass Utopia in East and West, Cambridge, Mass. and London, 2000.

Bunt, Cyril G.E., Russian Art from Scyths to Soviets, New York & London, 1946.

Chegodaev, A.D., Stranitsy istorii sovetskoi zhivopisi i sovetskoi grafiki, Moscow, 1984.

Chen, Jack, Soviet Art and Artists, London, 1944.

Chlenov, A., I.M. Chaikov, Moscow, 1952.

Clark, Toby, ‘The “New Man’s” Body: a Motif in Early Soviet Culture’ in Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

Clark, Toby, Representations of Russian Art in American Art History and Criticism 1917-39 (PhD Thesis, University of Sussex), 1994.

Compton, Susan, The World Backwards: Russian Futurist Books 1912-16, London, 1978.

Constantine, Mildred & Alan Fern, Revolutionary Soviet Film Posters, Baltimore, 1974.

Cooke, Catherine, Russian Avant-Garde: Theories of Art, Architecture and the City, London, 1995.

Cullerne Bown, Matthew, Socialist Realist Painting, New Haven, 1998.

Cullerne Bown, Matthew, Art Under Stalin, Oxford, 1991.

Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

Dobrenko, Evgeny and Eric Naiman (eds.), The Landscape of Stalinism: the Art and Ideology of Soviet Space, Seattle and London, 2003.

Efimova, Alla and Lev Manovich (eds.), Tekstura: Russian Essays on Visual Culture, Chicago, 1993.

Elliot, David (ed.), Aleksandr Rodchenko (exhibition catalogue), Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1979.

Elliot, David, New Worlds, Russian Art and Society 1900-1937, London, 1986.

Elliot, David & Valery Dudakov, 100 Years of Russian Art 1889-1989 (exhibition catalogue), Barbican Art Gallery, London, 1989.

El Lissitzky: Architect, Painter, Photographer, Typographer 1890-1941 (exhibition catalogue), Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, 1990.

Engineers of the Human Soul: Soviet Socialist Realist Painting 1930s-1960s (exhibition catalogue), Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, 1992.

Exhibition of Russian Painting and Sculpture (exhibition catalogue), Brooklyn Museum, New York, 1923.

Fauchereau, Serge, Moscou 1900-1930, Seuil, Fribourg, Switzerland, 1988.

Fedotova, Alla Grigorevna, Zhivopis’ pervoi pyatiletki, Leningrad, 1981.

Fer, Briony, Russian Art and Revolution, (Open University), 1983.

Fer, Briony, Russian Art and Theory in France 1918-25 (PhD Thesis, University of Essex), 1987.

XV let RKKA: zhivopis’, grafika, skul’ptura, (exhibition catalogue), Leningrad, 1933.

The First Russian Art Exhibition (Erste Russische Kunstausstellung) (exhibition catalogue), Galerie Van Diemen, Berlin, 1922.

The First Russian Show: A Commemoration of the Van Diemen Exhibition, Berlin 1922 (exhibition catalogue), Annely Juda Fine Arts, London, 1983.

Fitzpatrick, Sheila, The Commissariat of Enlightenment: Soviet Organisation of Education and the Arts under Lunacharsky October 1917-21, Cambridge, 1970.

Fitzpatrick, Sheila (ed.), Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-31, Indiana, 1978.

Fox, Cindy Judy, The Exchange of Easel and Plastic Arts: Soviet-American Cultural Relations, 1945-76 (PhD Thesis, Tufts University), 1977.

Fülöp-Miller, Réné, The Mind and Face of Bolshevism: An Examination of Cultural Life in the Soviet Union, New York & London, 1927.

Von Geldern, James, Bolshevik Festivals 1917-20, California, 1993.

Von Geldern, James & Richard Stites, Mass Culture in Soviet Russia: Tales, Poems, Songs, Movies, Plays and Folklore 1917-53, Indiana, 1995.

Gleason, A., R. Stites & P. Kenez (eds.), Bolshevik Culture, Indiana, 1985.

Golomstock, Igor, Totalitarian Art in the Soviet Union, the Third Reich, Fascist Italy and the People’s Republic of China, London, 1990.

Gosudarstvennaya Tret’yakovskaya galereya – Istoriya i kollektsii, Moscow, 1986.

Grabar, Igor, Istoriya russkogo iskusstva, 6 Vols, Moscow, 1910-15.

Grabar, Igor, The Russian Art Exhibition (exhibition catalogue), New York, 1924.

Grabar, Igor, Monuments of Ancient Russian Painting: Russian Icons of the XII-XVIII Centuries, Moscow,1929.š

Gray, Camilla, The Great Experiment: Russian Art 1863-1922, New York & London, 1962.

The Great Utopia: the Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-32 (exhibition catalogue), Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1992.

Greenhalgh, Paul, Ephemeral Vistas: The Expositions Universelles, Great Exhibitions and World Fairs, 1851-1939, Manchester, 1988.

Grierson, Roderick (ed.), Gates of Mystery: The Art of Holy Russia (exhibition catalogue), Cambridge, 1993.

Gronskii, I. & V. Perelman (eds.), Assotsiatsiya khudozhnikov revolyutsionnoi rossii, sbornik vospominanii, statei, dokumentov, Moscow, 1973.

Groys, Boris and Max Hollein (eds.), Dream Factory Communism: The Visual Culture of the Stalin Era (exh cat), Schirn Kunsthalle, Frankfurt, 2003-04.

Groys, Boris (trans. Charles Rougle), The Total Art of Stalinism: Avant-Garde, Aesthetic Dictatorship and Beyond, New Jersey, 1992.

Guerman, Mikhail, Art of the October Revolution, Leningrad, 1979.

Guerman, Mikhail, Soviet Art 1920s-1930s, Moscow & Leningrad, 1988.

Günther, Hans & Evgeny Dobrenko (eds.), Sotsrealisticheskii Kanon, St Petersburg, 2000.

Günther, Hans (ed.), The Culture of the Stalin Period, London, 1990.

Gusev, V.A., Gosudarsvennii russkii muzei, Leningrad, Leningrad, 1991.

György, Péter and Hedwig Turai, Art and Society in the Age of Stalin, Budapest, 1992.

Hilton, Alison, Russian Folk Art, Indiana, 1995.

Hoffmann, David L., Stalinist Values: The Cultural Norms of Soviet Modernity 1917-41, New York, 2003.

Hoffmann, David L., Peasant Metropolis: Social Identities in Moscow 1929-41, Ithaca & London, 1994.

Hoisington, Sona Stephan, ‘”Ever Higher”: The Evolution of the Project for the Palace of the Soviets’ in Slavic Review, vol 62, no 1, Spring 2003

Holz, Wolfgang, ‘Allegory and Iconography in Socialist Realist Painting’ in Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

Isaak Izrailevich Brodskiiš (exhibition catalogue), State Russian Museum, Leningrad, 1941.

Isaak Israilevich Brodskii (1884-1939), Leningrad, 1984.

Iskusstvo sovetskogo soyuza, Leningrad, 1982.

Istoriya russkogo iskusstva – Vol XII 1934-41, Moscow, 1961.

James, C.V., Soviet Socialist Realism: Origins and Theory, London, 1973.

Jameson, Frederick, The Prison-House of Language: A Critical Account of Structuralism and Russian Formalism, New Jersey, 1972.

Kachurin, Pamela, Soviet Textiles: Designing the Modern Utopia, Boston, Massachusetts, 2006.

Kaganovich, L.M. (trans. Martin Lawrence), Socialist Reconstruction of Moscow and Other Cities in the USSR, London (printed in the USSR), 1931.

Kalininskaya oblastnaya kartinaya galereya, Leningrad, 1974.

Karginov, G., Rodchenko, London, 1979.

Kaufman, R.S., Sovetskaya tematicheskaya kartina 1917-41, Moscow, 1951.

Kean, Beverly Whitney, All the Empty Palaces: the Merchant Patrons of Modern Art in Pre-Revolutionary Russia, London, 1983.

Kenez, Peter, The Birth of the Propaganda State: Soviet Methods of Mass Mobilization 1917-29, Cambridge, 1985.

Khan-Magomedov, S.O., Rodchenko: The Complete Works, London, 1986.

Khan-Magomedov, S.O., Pioneers of Soviet Architecture: the Search for New Solutions in the 1920s and 1930s, London, 1987.š

Khudozhniki RSFSR za 15 let (1917-1932), Zhivopis’, grafika, skul’ptura (exhibition catalogue), Leningrad, 1932.

Khudozhniki RSFSR za 15 let (1917-1932), Zhivopis’, grafika, skul’ptura (exhibition catalogue), Moscow, 1933.

Khudozhnik v gorode, Moscow, 1988.

Kiaer, Christina, Imagine No Possessions: The Socialist Objects of Russian Constructivism, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2005.

Kiaer, Christina, ‘Was Socialist Realism Forced Labour?: The Case of Aleksandr Deineka’ in Oxford Art Journal, Autumn 2005.

King, David, The Commissar Vanishes: The Falsification of Photographs and Art in Stalin’s Russia, Edinburgh, 1997.

Kolpinskii, Yu., Ivan Dmitrevich Shadr 1887-1941, Moscow & Leningrad, 1954.

Komoliets, Avgusta Ivanovna, Yanson-Manizer, Moscow, 1970.

Kondakov, N.P. (trans. Ellis H. Minns), The Russian Icon, Oxford, 1927.

Kosarev, A., Istoriya metro moskvy, Moscow, 1935.

Kosarev, A. (ed.), Kak my stroili metro, Moscow, 1935.

Kostin, V., Kuz’ma Petrov-Vodkin, Moscow, 1986.

Lavrent’ev, A.N., Rakursy Rodchenko, Moscow, 1992.

Lavrentiev, A.N., Varvara Stepanova: a Constructivist Life, London, 1988.

Lazarev, V.N., Old Russian Murals and Mosaics, London, 1966.

Lebedev, A., Soviet Painting in the Tretyakov Gallery, Leningrad, 1976.

Lebedeva, Victoria, Boris Kustodiev – The Artist and his Work, Moscow, 1981.

Lindey, Christine, Art in the Cold War: From Vladivostok to Kalamazoo 1945-1962, London, 1990.

Lobanov, V.M., A.M. Gerasimov, Moscow & Leningrad, 1943.

Lobanov-Rostovsky, Nina, Revolutionary Ceramics: Soviet Porcelain 1917-27, London, 1990.

Lodder, Christina, Constructive Strands in Russian Art, 1914-37, London, 2003.

Lodder, Christina, Russian Constructivism, New Haven & London, 1983.

Lodder, Christina, ‘Lenin’s Plan for Monumental Propaganda’ in Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

London, Kurt , The Seven Soviet Arts, London, 1937.

Lopatin, P., Pervii sovetskii metropoliten, Moscow, 1934.

Loukomskii, G., A History of Modern Russian Painting 1840-1940, London, 1940.

Lozowick, Louis, ‘The Russian Dadaists’ in The Little Review, September-December 1920.

Lozowick, Louis, ‘Tatlin’s Monument to the Third International’ in The Broom, October 1922.

Lozowick, Louis, ‘A Note on Modern Russian Art’ in The Broom, February 1923.

Lozowick, Louis, Modern Russian Art, New York, 1925.

The Lubok: Russian Folk Pictures 17th to 19th Centuries, Leningrad, 1984.

Luchishkin, Sergei, Ya ochen’ lyublyu zhizn’: stranitsy vospominaniya, Moscow, 1988.

Lunacharskii, A.V., Iskusstvo i revolyutsiya – sbornik ctatei, Moscow, 1924.

Manin, Vitalii & Aleksandr Muratov, Zhivopis’ 20-30-x godov, St. Petersburg, 1991.

Markov, Vladimir, Russian Futurism – a History, Berkeley, 1969.

Matsa, I.L., Sovetskoe iskusstvo za 15 let. Materialy i dokumenty, Moscow & Leningrad, 1933.

Matsa, I.L., A. Deineka, Moscow, 1959.

Michalski, Sergiusz, Public Monuments: Art in Political Bondage 1870-1997, London, 1998.

Michelson, A., ‘The Kinetic Icon in the Work of Mourning: Prolegomena to the Analysis of a Textual System’ in October, 52, Spring 1990.

Milner, John, Russian Revolutionary Art, London, 1979.

Milner, John, Vladimir Tatlin and the Russian Avant-Garde, New Haven, 1983.

Milner, John, A Dictionary of Soviet Art and Artists 1420-1970, Suffolk, 1993.

Milner, John, Kazimir Malevich and the Art of Geometry, New Haven & London, 1996.

Muzei akademii khudozhestv, Moscow, 1989.

Nakov, Andrei, ‘The Last Exhibition which was the First’ in The First Russian Show: A Commemoration of the Van Diemen Exhibition, Berlin 1922 (exhibition catalogue), Annely Juda Fine Arts, London, 1983.

Nikiforov, Boris, Aleksandr Deineka, Moscow, 1937.

Nisbet, Peter, ‘Some Facts on the Organisational History of the Van Diemen Exhibition’ in The First Russian Show: A Commemoration of the Van Diemen Exhibition, Berlin 1922 (exhibition catalogue), Annely Juda Fine Arts, London, 1983.

O’Mahony, Mike, ‘Bringing Down the Tsar: “Deconstructing” the Monument to Aleksandr III in Sergei Eisenstein’s October’, in Sculpture Journal, vol 15.2, 2007.

O’Mahony, Mike. Sport in the USSR: Physical Culture – Visual Culture, London: Reaktion, 2006

O’Mahony, Mike, ‘Re-Inventing Arcadia: Aleksandr Deineka’s Images of the South’ in Blok: The International Journal of Stalinist and Post-Stalinist Culture, no 4, 2006.

O’Mahony, Mike, ‘Juvenile Delinquency and Art in Amerika’ in Art on the lineš no 1, 2004.

O’Mahony, Mike, ‘Archaeological Fantasies: Constructing History on the Moscow Metro’ in Modern Language Review, 98, 1, January 2003.

Osenyaya vystavka moskovskikh zhivpistsev (exhibition catalogue), Moscow, 1935.

Ouspensky, Leonid & Vladimir Lossky, The Meaning of Icons, New York, 1982.

Paperny, Vladimir, Architecture in the Age of Stalin: Culture Two, Cambridge, 2002.

Paramonov, A., Nikolai Vasil’evich Tomskii, Moscow, 1953.

Paris-Moscou 1910-1930 (exhibition catalogue), Pompidou Centre, Paris, 1979.

Paris-Paris 1937-1957 (exhibition catalogue), Pompidou Centre, Paris, 1981.

Parks, J.D., Culture, Conflict and Coexistence: American-Soviet Cultural Relations, 1917-58, North Carolina & London, 1983.

Parton, Anthony, Mikhail Larionov and the Russian Avant-Garde, London, 1993.

Perelman, V.N. (ed.), Bor’ba za realisma v izobrazitel’nom iskusstve 20-x godov, Moscow, 1962.

Pervaya vystavka leningradskikh khudozhnikov (exhibition catalogue), State Russian Museum, Leningrad, 1935.

Les Réalismes (exhibition catalogue), Pompidou Centre, Paris, 1980.

Reid, Susan, ‘The New Soviet Woman and the Leader Cult in Soviet Art’ in Ilič, Melanie, Women in the Stalin Era, Basingstoke, 2001.

Reid, Susan, `Socialist Realism in the Stalinist Terror: The Industry of Socialism Art Exhibition, 1935-41, in The Russian Review 60, no.2, April 2001.

Riley, R.M., Alexander Deineka (M. Phil Thesis, University of London), 1983.

Roman, Gail Harrison and Virginia Hagelstein Marquardt, The Avant-Garde Frontier: Russia Meets the West, 1910-1930, Florida, 1992.

Rosenberg, William G. (ed.), Bolshevik Visions: First Phase of the Cultural Revolution in Soviet Russia, Michigan, 1984.

Rosenthal, Bernice Glatzer (ed.), Nietzsche in Russia, New Jersey, 1986.

Rostovtseva, I., Sergei Gerasimov, Leningrad, 1975.

Rudenstine, Angelica Zander (ed.), The Russian Avant-Garde: the George Costakis Collection, London, 1981.

Rusakov, Yuri, ‘Matisse in Russia in the Autumn of 1911’ in Burlington Magazine, May 1975.

Rusakov, Yuri, Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin 1878-1939, Leningrad, 1986.

Russian and Soviet Painting (exhibition catalogue), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1977.

Ryklin, Mikhail, Prostranstvo likovaniya: Totalitarizm razlichie, Moscow, 2002

Samokhvalov, Aleksandr, Moi tvorcheskii put’, Leningrad, 1977.

Sarabianov, Dmitri V., Russian Art: From Neo-Classicism to the Avant-Garde, London, 1990.

Shmidt, I., Iosif Chaikov, Moscow, 1977.

Simon, E.D., Moscow in the Making, London, Toronto & New York, 1937.

Sobolevskii, N., Skul’pturnye pamyatniki i monumenty v moskve, Moscow, 1947.

Sovetskoe iskusstvo 20-30-x godov, (exhibition catalogue), State Russian Museum, Leningrad, 1988.

Sovetskoe izobrazitel’noe iskusstvo 1917-41, Moscow, 1977.

The Soviet Comes of Age, By Twenty-Eight of the Foremost Citizens of the USSR, London, Edinburgh & Glasgow, 1938.

Soviet Propaganda Plates from a Chicago Private Collection (exhibition catalogue), Art Institute, Chicago, 1992.

Starr, S. Frederick, ‘Visionary Town Planning during the Cultural Revolution’ in Fitzpatrick, Sheila (ed.), Cultural Revolution in Russia, 1928-31, Indiana, 1978.

Steiner, Evgeny, Stories for Little Comrades: Revolutionary Artists and the Making of Early Soviet Children’s Books, Seattle & London, 1999.

Stites, Richard, Revolutionary Dreams, Utopian Vision and Experimental Life in the Russian Revolution, Oxford, 1989.

Stranitsy istorii nashei, zhivopis’, skul’ptura, poeziya, Moscow, 1988.

Strizhenova, Tatiana et al, Costume Revolution, London, 1989.

Strugatskii, Natan, Aleksandr Samokhvalov, Leningrad, 1933.

Strugatskii, Natan, Vystavka 20 let RKKA i voenno-morskogo flota v placate I massovoi kartine (exhibition catalogue), Leningrad, 1938.

Stupples, Peter, Pavel Kuznetsov, Cambridge, 1989.

Sysoev, Vladimir Petrovich, Deineka 1899-1969, Moscow, 1972.

Sysoev, Vladimir Petrovich, Aleksandr Deineka, Vols I & II , Moscow, 1989.

Swanson, Vern Grosvenor, Soviet Impressionism, Suffolk, 2001.

Tarkhanov, Alexei and Sergei Kavtaradze, Architecture of the Stalin Era, New York, 1992.

Taylor, Brandon, Art and Literature Under the Bolsheviks Vol I, London, 1991.

Taylor, Brandon, Art and Literature Under the Bolsheviks Vol II, London, 1992.

Taylor, Brandon, ‘On AKhRR’ in Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

Taylor, Brandon, ‘Photo-Power: Painting and Iconicity in the First Five Year Plan’ in Art and Power: Europe Under the Dictators 1930-45 (exhibition catalogue), Hayward Gallery, London, 1995.

Ternovets, Boris, Museum of Modern Art, Moscow, 1934.

Ternovets, Boris, Sarra Lebedeva, Moscow & Leningrad, 1940.

Tikhomirov, A., Krasnaya armiya i voenno-morskoi flot v sovetskoi zhivopisi, Moscow & Leningrad, 1938.

Tolstoy, Vladimir, Irina Bibikova & Catherine Cooke, Street Art of the Revolution: Festivals and Celebrations in Russia 1918-33, London, 1990.

Tradition and Revolution in Russian Art (exhibition catalogue), Manchester, 1990.

Tumarkin, Nina, Lenin Lives! The Lenin Cult in Soviet Russia, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983.

Tupitsyn, Margarita, El Lissitzky Beyond the Abstract Cabinet: Photography, Design, Collaboration, New Haven & London, 1999.

Tupitsyn, Margarita, The Soviet Photograph, 1924-1937, New Haven, 1996.

Twilight of the Tsars: Russian Art at the Turn of the Century (exhibition catalogue), South Bank Centre, London, 1991.š

Tyrannei des Schönen: Architektur der Stalinzeit (exhibition catalogue), Vienna Oesterreichisches Museum, 1994.

The USSR Academy of Arts: Sculpture, Painting, Graphic Arts, Stage Design, Decorative Arts, Leningrad, 1982.

Vera Ignat’evna Mukhina 1889-1953 (exhibition catalogue), State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 1989.

Voronov, N.V., Vera Mukhina, Moscow, 1989.

Voyce, Arthur, Russian Architecture: Trends in Nationalism and Modernism, New York, 1948.

Vsesoyuznaya vystavka molodykh khudozhnikov posvyashchennaya dvadtsatiletiyu VLKSM (exhibition catalogue), State Russian Museum, Leningrad, 1938.

Vystavka A. Deineki (exhibition catalogue), State Russian Museum, Leningrad, 1936.

Vystavka moskovskikh skul’ptorov (exhibition catalogue), Moscow & Leningrad, 1937.

Washton Long, Rose Carol, Kandinsky: the Development of an Abstract Style, Oxford, 1980.

Weiss, Peg, Kandinsky and Old Russia: the Artist as Ethnographer and Shaman, New Haven, 1995.

White, Stephen, The Bolshevik Poster, New Haven, 1988.

Williams, Robert C., Artists in Revolution: Portraits of the Russian Avant-Garde 1905-25, London, 1978.š

Wilson, Sarah, ‘The Soviet Pavilion in Paris’ in Cullerne Bown, Matthew & Brandon Taylor (eds.), Art of the Soviets: Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in a One-Party State, 1917-1992, Manchester, 1993.

Wood, Paul, ‘The Politics of the Avant-Garde’ in The Great Utopia: the Russian and Soviet Avant-Garde 1915-32 (exhibition catalogue), Guggenheim Museum, New York, 1992.

Yablonskaya, M.N., Aleksandr Aleksandrovich Deineka, Leningrad, 1964.

Yablonskaya, M.N. (trans. Anthony Parton), Women Artists of Russia’s New Age, London, 1990.

Yermonskaya, Vera V, Yanson-ManizerMoscow, 1961.

Zimenko, Vladislav, The Humanism of Art, Moscow, 1976.

Zinger, Leonid S., Aleksandr SamokhvalovMoscow, 1982.

Zinger, Leonid S., Sovetskaya Portretnayazhivopis’ 1930-x-kontsa 1950-x godov, Moscow, 1989.

Zotov, A., Sovetskaya Skul’ptura 1917-57, Moscow, 1957.

RUSSIAN & SOVIET CINEMA

Attwood, Lynne (ed) (1993) Red Women on the Silver Screen: Soviet Women and Cinema from the Beginning to the End of the Communist Era. London: Pandora.

Beardow, Frank (1991) ‘Soviet cinema, past, present and future’, Rusistika 3, 19-25.

Beardow, Frank (1993) ‘Soviet cinema: coming to terms with the past’Rusistika 7, 31-36 and 8, 2-18.

Beardow, Frank (1994, 1995) ‘Soviet cinema: women – icons or individuals?’ Rusistika 9, 22-42 and 10, 2-13 and 11, 35-42.

Beardow, Frank (1997) ‘Soviet cinema – war revisited’, Rusistika 15, 19-34 and 16, 8-21.

Beumers, Birgit (2000) ‘Myth-making and myth-taking: Lost Ideals and the War in Contemporary Russian Cinema’Canadian Slavonic Papers 42.1-2, 171-189.

Beumers, Birgit (2000) ‘Father Frost on 31 December: Christmas and New Year in Soviet and Russian Cinema’, in Mark Connelly (ed) Christmas in the Movies, London: I.B. Tauris, 185-209.

Beumers, Birgit (2003) ‘Soviet and Russian Blockbusters: A question of genre?’Slavic Review 62.3, 441-454.

Engel, Christine (ed) (1999) Geschichte des sowjetischen und russischen Films. Stuttgart und Weimar: Metzler.

Fomin, Valerii (2001) Pravda skazki. Kino i traditsii fol’klora, Moscow: Materik.

Gillespie, David (2003) Russian Cinema. New York: Longman.

Golovskoy, Val and John Rimberg (1986) Behind the Soviet Screen, Ann Arbor: Ardis.

Horton, Andrew (1993) Inside Soviet Film Satire. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Hutchings, Stephen and Anat Vernitski (eds) (2005) Russian and Soviet Film Adaptations of Literature, 1900-2001. Screening the Word. London: Routledge.

Kenez, Peter (1992) Cinema and Soviet Society, 1917-1953. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Lawton, Anna (1992) The Red Screen: Politics, Society, Art in Soviet Cinema. London and New York: Routledge.

Leyda, J. (1960) Kino: A History of the Russian and Soviet Film. Princeton: Princeton UP.

Rimberg, John (1973) The Motion Picture in the Soviet Union, 1918-1952: a sociological analysis. New York: Arno Press.

Shlapentokh, Dmitry & Vladimir (1993) Soviet Cinematography, 1918-1991. New York: Aldine de Gruyter.

Stites, Richard (1992) Russian Popular Culture. Entertainment and Society since 1900. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Taylor, Richard and Ian Christie (eds) (1991) Inside the Film Factory. New Approaches to Russian and Soviet Cinema. London and New York: Routledge.

Taylor ,Richard and Ian Christie (eds) (1988) The Film Factory. Russian and Soviet Cinema in Documents 1896-1939. London and New York: Routledge.

Taylor, Richard, (1979, 1998) Film Propaganda: Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany. London: Croom Helm, republished by I.B.Tauris.

Taylor, Richard (1982) The Poetics of Cinema. Oxford: RPT Publ.

Taylor, Richard (1979) The Politics of the Soviet Cinema, 1917-1929. Cambridge: Cambridge UP.

Zorkaya, Neya (1991) The Illustrated History of the Soviet Cinema. New York: Hippocrene Books.

RUSSIAN & SOVIET FILM THEORY

Eagle, Herbert (ed) (1981) Russian Formalist Film Theory. Ann Arbor: Michigan Slavic Publications.

Eikhenbaum, Boris (ed) (1927) Poetika kino. Moscow, Leningrad: Kinopechat’.

Gerould, Daniel (1991) ‘Russian Formalist Theories of Melodrama’, in Marcia Landy (ed) Imitations of Life: A Reader on Film & Television Melodrama. Detroit: Wayne State UP.

Taylor, Richard (ed) (1982) The Poetics of Cinema. Russian Poetics in Translation, 9. Oxford: RPT Publications.

Compiled by Dr. Birgit Beumers and Dr. Mike O’Mahony, University of Bristol, Department of Russian Studies and History of Art.