|Editor & Curator||
Susan Tumarkin Goodman.
New York City, USA, 1995. 267 pp., illustrations: 44 col., 311 b&w, 30 × 24 cm. English.
Jewish Museum New York (21 September 1995–28 January 1996)
The first major museum exhibition devoted to the work of Russian Jewish artists. Eight in-depth essays touch upon various facets of these artists’ existence: Russian culture and politics (Michael Stanislawski), their alienation and adaptation (Susan Tumarkin Goodman), their search for national identity (Ziva Amishai-Maisels), their place in the Russian Avant-Garde (Alexandra Shatskikh), etc. Unnumbered checklist, according to artist, each with detailed biographical sketch. 393 items.