Category Archives: writings

Dobuzhinsky – Man in Spectacles

  Mstislav Valerianovich Dobuzhinsky, August 14, 1875, Novgorod – November 20, 1957, New York City) was a Russian-Lithuanian artist. The painting shows a man in glasses with a window to the back of him with a cityscape of the early … Continue reading

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New writing

Normally I write my one work for my own projects but lately I have been collaborating with somebody else on  book they are writing about Sumerian culture. I am writing a whole extended chapter for T and it is coming … Continue reading

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Encounters with the Russian Avant-garde

Final tweaking of the book Encounters with the Russian Avant-garde Small irritating problems to be solved after first proof submission but its all to the good. The proofing stage is arduous and long partly because there are a great many … Continue reading

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Theatre and Moscow

When I came to Moscow  I was introduced, purely by accident and through a mutual acquaintance, to a number of people who were connected to the Moscow theatre. I was often invited to various productions some of the best being student … Continue reading

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