Andrei Nakov

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Andrei Nakov, born in 1941 in Sofia, Bulgaria, is a French-Bulgarian art historian engaged principally in research on Russian non-objective art, Cubo-futurism, Dada and Constructivism, where his work as a precursor in these areas gained him an authoritative reputation. He has published numerous theoretical studies, monographs and exhibition catalogues on the Russian avant-garde, Futurism, Dada, Constructivism, contemporary art and European abstract art. Since the publication of his critical edition of the writings of Malewicz (Malevich) by Champ Libre, Paris 1975, he has engaged in research on the work of this artist and has published the four-volume Kazimir Malewicz le peintre absolu in April 2007 (Thalia Édition, Paris). Part of this work's documentation comprising the catalogue raisonné of the artist's plastic work was published in 2002 (Éditions Adam Biro, Paris) under the title Kazimir Malewicz, Catalogue raisonné. In June 2013, Andréi Nakov Loses Moral Rights Over Alexandra Exter.

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Monographic studies[edit]

  • Alexandra Exter (Paris, 1972)
  • Papazoff : Franc-tireur du surréalisme (Bruxelles, 1973)
  • 2 Stenberg 2 (Paris-Londres-Toronto, 1975)
  • Nina Kogan (Zürich, 1985)
  • Alexandre Bogomazov (Musée d'Art Moderne, Toulouse et Musée d'Art Ukrainien, Kiev, 1991)
  • Kazimir Malewicz, Catalogue raisonné, Éditions Adam Biro (Paris, 2002)
  • Kazimir Malewicz, Aux avant-gardes de l'art moderne (Paris, 2003)
  • Kazimir Malewicz, le peintre absolu, Thalia Édition (Paris, 2007)

Critical translations of Russian theoretical texts[edit]

Thematic works[edit]

  • Abstrait/Concret : Art non-objectif russe et polonais - Édition française (Paris, 1981, traduit en russe sous le titre Bespredmetnyj mir, éd. Iskusstvo, Moscou, 1997)
  • Abstrait/Concret : Art non-objectif russe et polonais - Édition russe
  • L'avant-garde russe - Édition française (Paris, 1984 - traductions allemande, italienne, anglaise et américaine en 1976 et russe, éd. Iskusstvo, Moscou en 1991)
  • L'avant-garde russe - Édition russe éd. Iskusstvo, Moscou, 1991

Exhibition catalogues[edit]

  • Tatlin's Dream (Fischer Fine Art, Londres, 1973)
  • Russian Constructivism, the Laboratory Period (Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, 1975)
  • Kasimir Malevich (Tate Gallery, Londres, 1976)
  • The Suprematist straight line (Londres, 1977)
  • Liberated Colour and Form (Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh et Sheffield Art Gallery, The Art Council of Great Britain, 1978)
  • The First Russian Show (Londres, 1983)
  • Dada-Constructivism : The Janus Face of the twenties (Londres, 1984)
  • Mikhail Larionov (Francfort-Genève, 1987-1988)
  • Dada and Constructivism - Édition anglaise (Tokyo, 1988)

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