Category Archives: Ogasawara

David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde

“David Burliuk and the Japanese Avant-garde” The film features locations in Moscow, Tokyo, Kyoto and a small Island called Ogasawara in the Pacific Ocean which Burliuk visited in the manner of Gauguin.Japanese art was was gradually transformed in the Meiji period of the late … 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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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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