KUSHNER, Marilyn S.

Morgan Russell


Morgan Russell (1886-1953), a New Yorker working in Paris, pioneered the short-lived Synchromistok movement with his friend Stanton Macdonald-Wright. Their swirling discs of color–exploding spectrums abuzz with rhythm and movement–blazed an indelible impression on modernist abstraction.


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Hudson Hills press

1990, gebonden met stofomslag, 222pp, mooi exemplaar, 31x24cm