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Lef and the left front of the arts

by Halina Stephan

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Published by Sagner in München .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union.
    • Subjects:
    • Levyĭ front iskusstv (Moscow, R.S.F.S.R.),
    • Lef -- Influence.,
    • Futurism (Literary movement) -- Soviet Union.,
    • Russian literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism.,
    • Soviet literature -- History and criticism.,
    • Futurism (Art) -- Soviet Union.,
    • Arts, Soviet.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 235-242.

      StatementHalina Stephan.
      SeriesSlavistische Beiträge ;, bd. 142
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPG3065.F8 S74 1981
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiv, 242 p. ;
      Number of Pages242
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3851460M
      ISBN 103876901863
      LC Control Number81169586

      LEF must create a united front to blow up the old, to fight for the inclusion of the new culture. We shall solve the problems of art not with a majority of votes of a mythical left front, existing to date only as an idea, but by the work and energy of our action committee, which year after year leads the work of the left, and of those who have. This study analyzes the artistic theory and practice of the Left Front of the Arts with a special focus on the journal Lef. Two themes are central to this account: the organizational activities of the Lef group directed toward making Futurism a formative force within the Soviet culture and the artistic proposals published in Lef that had the same goal.

      The page Left_Front_of_the_Arts appears to be about the same subject. There may be something valuable in it to add to this article, so I'm proposing a merge into it. --MQDuck , 22 January (UTC) By all means, though there's not much there that isn't in here as far as I can tell. LEF(t) Publications takes its name from LEF (Left Front of the Arts) a Russian Productivist journal initiated by the poet Vladimir Mayakovsky and Isip Brik from to The italicized (t) in LEF(t) represents our means of distribution: copies of each issue will be sent out to Distributors around the world to be left at a site of their choice.

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