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Contemporary Russian Folk Artifacts

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Home-made: Contemporary Russian Folk Artifacts by Vladimir Arkhipov
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This book features highlights from Russian artist Vladimir Arkhipov's extraordinary collection of unique inventions, objects made by Russians at a time when the Soviet Union was collapsing. His archive includes hundreds of contraptions with idiosyncractic functional qualities made for inside and outside the home, for example a coathook fashioned from a toothbrush or a TV antenna made out of forks. Each of these quirky artifacts of Soviet culture is accompanied by a photograph of the maker and the story behind the object.
Release date NZ
June 19th, 2006
Contributors
Edited by Damon Murray Edited by Stephen Sorrell Foreword by Susan B. Glasser Translated by Andrew Bromfield
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Illustrations
195 full colour photographs
Imprint
FUEL Publishing
Pages
304
Dimensions
120x200x25
ISBN-13
9780955006135
Product ID
1838648

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