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O Mikhaile Roginskom
Duraki Ediat Pirogi
[ On Mikhail Roginskii : Fools eat tarts]
Moscow: Novoe Literaturnoe Obozrenie, 2009
776 p. [16 ill.]
Serie: Ocherki vizual`nosti
pbk. 14 x 21 cm
Mikhail Roginsky (1931, Moscow - 2004, Paris) was one of the most popular painters of the Russian artistic underground in the 1960s-1980s and one of the great masters of the 20th century. He lived in poverty and at the end of his life in Russia did not have a place to live. When he emigrated to France, the soviet authorities did not allow him to take his works with him. «Fools eat tarts» is an inscription on one of the works of Mikhail Roginsky, and in his interpretation «fools» were «poor spirits», also known as «blessed». The book comprises memories of various people, taken together they make it possible to understand the uniqueness of his personality. His artistic style and way of living was very close to the style of the writer Andrei Platonov.
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