Category Archives: David Burliuk

New Film – Japan Philosophical Landscapes

Have been working constantly on the old film Japan Philosophical Landscapes film. Have made a new version in a different format and finally I managed to get an edited version which works. Certainly it is good enough to put up … Continue reading

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The Russian Avant-garde and the New Epoch

Why write and make films about the Russian avant-garde. Basically I was inspired by the artists of the avant-garde. David Burliuk, the father of Russian futurism, for example inspired a film and whole new journey both physically and inwardly.The film … Continue reading

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New Exhibition – The Russian Avant-garde, Siberia and the East.

The Russian Avant-garde, Siberia and the East, featuring artists like Kandinsky, Malevich, Filonov, Goncharova is the first international exhibition to examine the fundamental importance of the Oriental and Eurasian connection to Russian Modernism. The exhibition runs until  January 2014 and … Continue reading

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David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde – Possible Future screening

Lining up a viewing of the film David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde . This film was shot in #tokyo   #moscow   and  on the island of #ogasawara as part of the Russian Avant-garde film series (series of 6). … Continue reading

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