Lisa Appignanesi (Ed.) Novostroika - new structures: culture in the soviet union today, 1989, Good 4to

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Appignanesi, Lisa (Ed.). London, Institute of Contemporary Arts, 1989. 
English, First Edition, Good, Soft Cover, 4to, 8 ¼” x 11 ⅝,” 64 pp.
ISBN: 0905263529

Full-color graphic stiff wraps, gray and white text to front, stretched image of Soviet Union flag to front, Russian vodka graphic on newspaper print background to back, white text to black spine. Mild edgewear and bumping, tear to spine 1 ¼” from top, crease to back from spine tear, mild scratching to front and back, mild creasing to spine, otherwise tightly bound, clean, and excellent. 64 pp. Replete with black-and-white photographs and illustrations throughout. Includes essays by Martin Walker, Andrew Wilson, Victoria Ivleva, John Berger, Zinovy Zinik, and others. A series of writings and images surrounding Soviet artists from the Brezhnev years. Novostroika, meaning new structure, “looks back as well as forward” and marks a time where “new structures, new forms of Soviet life and art, were being forged and dreamt” (from the editor’s note).