Volume 1 [and only]. Kiev: KHI, 1928. 75,  pp. 30x23 cm. Original illustrated wrappers. Very good. Spine is restored, mild foxing of the rear wrapper. Wrappers designed by the leader of Kazan avant-garde Illarion Pleshchinskiy (1892-1961).
Extremely rare. One of 750 copies printed. Not found in the Worldcat.
The Kiev Art Institute was founded in 1924 on the basis of Kiev Institute of Plastic Arts and Ukrainian Architectural Institute. It was a progressive art school often compared with VKHUTEIN in Moscow. The teachers included many important gures in Ukrainian avant-garde like Krichevsky brothers, Georgy Narbut, Tatlin, Shteinberg, Kulzhenko, etc.
The faculties included department of theatre/ lm and photo, architecture, textile design, polygraphic, etc.
The book contains a list of all professors and faculties, and numerous examples of the students’ works in different elds.