Porcelain and unpublished drawings from the Lomonosov (formerly Imperial) Porcelain Manufactory in St Petersburg by avant-garde artists of the 1920s and early 1930s, including Malevich, Suetin and Chashnik. Essay by Tamara Kudryavtseva.
192pp, hardback, 279 x 279 mm, 300 full-colour illustrations
Distributed by Thames and Hudson
One of the best chances to see the world's most radical art movement
...extraordinary, mad and faintly camp objects
(The Mail on Sunday)