This book takes a look at the Moscow art scene during the 1990s, a decade which saw the collapse of the Soviet Union and the creation of a new country, the Russian Federation.
The first in a series of monographs that contextualize an artist’s practice by focusing on the production of a new, largescale work for the Atrium Space of the Garage Museum of Contemporary Art.
The book tells the story of Konstantin Melnikov's Bakhmetiev garage building, as well as the creation of Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, a unique institution in Russia based in the building.
The collection of memoirs dedicated to Russian artist, master of transformation who passed away in 2013.
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