Moscow: 1930. Item #122
19 pp., ill. 21,5х18 сm. In original illustrated wrappers. Rubbed, two small closed tears of the spine. Otherwise a near fine copy.
One of 250 copies. Very rare.
Published by the author. Cover design by I. Kliun. Illustrations by I. Terentyev. This is one of the last works by Kruchyonykh. There were two versions of the title page: one with stated run of 150 copies, another - of 250 copies. Our copy of this second run. But many experts and researchers of Kruchyonykh’s work claim there was only one run of 150 copies.
Ivan Kliun (1873-1943) was an important Russian avant-garde painter and teacher who worked for Narkompros and VKhUTEMAS. Igor’ Terentiev was another futurist poet who helped Kruchyonykh found the 41° group in Tiflis. MoMA. 873.
WorldCat locates four copies in US libraries.