This publication explores Anatol Brusilovsky’s œuvre from his start in the 1950’s as one of the leading, so called, “non-conformist” artists during the USSR regime, to today. Focusing on Brusilovsky's best known works – his collages – satirizing with savage humor the Soviet world, this volume also shows his lesser known but equally interesting photographs of his comrade artists of the “non conformist” movement as well as his jewellry and poetry. A DVD, included with this book, contains one of the first “collage films” ever, created by the artist in 1970 editing footage from various sources.
Published by Galerie Gmurzynska in collaboration with Silvana Editoriale.
Edited and introduced by Krystyna Gmurzynska and Mathias Rastorfer.
Text contributions by Anatol Brusilovsky, Alexandre Tikhonov, Evgenia Petrova, and Roland Gross.
Graphic design by Ardit Bala.
Including numerous documentary photographs.
28.5 x 22.5 cm, 143 pages, fully illustrated in color.
Hardcover with DVD.