ALEXANDROVA, N: Beyond the Boundaries of Socialist Realism: The Path of National Traditions in the Soviet Art of the Twentieth Century

Book cover. Beyond the Boundaries of Socialist Realism: The Path of National Traditions in the Soviet Art of the Twentieth CenturyAlexandrova, Natalie; Polyanskaya, Olga. Beyond the Boundaries of Socialist Realism: The Path of National Traditions in the Soviet Art of the Twentieth Century. Unicorn Press, 2016. ISBN: 9781910065815. Factory sealed. Like New. Hardcover, with slipcase. (#30668) $130.00

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This beautifully illustrated book brings together an extensive collection of over two hundred works by artists from Azerbaijan and Russia who lived and worked during the second half of the twentieth century. Following an in-depth overview of artists challenging the socialist realist approach, the book is divided into two sections comparing and contrasting the work produced by the two countries and cultures.

Side-by-side English and Russian translation, 396p. Measures 11×12.5 inches. In slipcase.

KAHLO, F: Frida Kahlo Postcards and Ephemera

Announcement. Frida Kahlo Postcards and Ephemera Frida Kahlo Postcards and Ephemera. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2008. Unmarked. Very Good. Ephemera. (#30606)

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Overview booklet for 2008 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (June 14 through September 28). 23p. Measures 5.25×8.25 inches (13.335×20.955 cm). Many small reproductions of the works on display. 4 photographs. Information about related activities.

Postcards of Kahlo’s Diego on my Mind, 1943 and Self-Portrait with Monkeys, 1943. Also a Diego Rivera postcard showing Portrait of Natasha Gelman, 1943.

Also includes a 4×9 inch announcement.

SKAGGS, C: To Tell the Truth: Working for Change: Documenting Hard Times (1929-1941)

Skaggs, Calvin. To Tell the Truth: Working for Change: Documenting Hard Times (1929-1941). Icarus Films, 2013. Very Good. DVD. (#22934) $75.00

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In original package. Narrated by Alex Baldwin. 56 minutes / color/B&W.

Introduces the evolution of the documentary genre through the first social documentary films of the Great Depression. Footage is accompanied by interviews with a number left-leaning filmmakers and people who study the field today.