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Yesterday's sandwich

Author: Boris Michailov; Marianne Bouvier; Imogen Forster; Anna Samouchkova; Sonya Dyakova
Publisher: [London] : Phaidon, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Image : Picture : English
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"'Yesterday's sandwich' is an extraordinary double world of soviet drudgery juxtaposed with sex and beauty, created by Boris Mikhailov (b. 1938), one of the most influential photographers from the former Soviet Union. Previously unpublished due to artistic restrictions imposed during the Communist era, this ia a unique and highly collectible object, formed of 55 colour tableaux printed on separate unbound boards and  Read more...
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Material Type: Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Boris Michailov; Marianne Bouvier; Imogen Forster; Anna Samouchkova; Sonya Dyakova
ISBN: 0714846368 9780714846361
OCLC Number: 225352961
Notes: Translated from Russian by Marianne Bouvier ; Translated from French by Imogen Forster and Anna Samouchkova ; Designed by Sonya Dyakova.
With introductory text by Mikhailov, in English, French and Russian (single sheet, folded).
Description: 55 plates in portfolio : color illustrations ; 34 cm + 2 introductory sheets
Contents: The book will include 60 images, each featured on a single page and a text of approximately 5,000 words written by Boris Mikhailov himself.
Responsibility: by Boris Mikhailov.

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'surreal tableaux in which scenes of everyday Russian life collide with strange landscapes and glamorous images of naked women. At times they seem like the fantastical outpourings of a fevered mind; Read more...

 
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