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Sculpture at the “Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings ‘0.10’ (Zero-Ten)”

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Abstract This article explores the “Last Futurist Exhibition of Paintings ‘0.10’” (1915) as a key moment when Russian painters began to work seriously in three dimensions, exploring the nature of materials, questioning the relationship between art and reality, and ultimately laying the foundation for the subsequent emergence of the Constructivist movement. The exhibition revealed an important strand in Russian creative thinking and practice concerning sculpture and the nature of artistic materials.

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2012-01-01
2016-12-07

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