Elena Guro

(1877 - 1913)

5589

 

Sadok Sudei

A trap for judges

St. Petersburg: Zuravl, 1910

125 x 120 mm. 132 pages 

Edition: 300

 

 

 

A collection of texts and poems produced by David Burliuk. Contributor": D.Burliuk, V.Burliuk, E.Guro, V.Kamenskii, V.Khlebnikov, A.Khruchenykh, V.Maiakovskii and others. Illustrated with 9 lithographs by Vladimir Burliuk

 

 

 

 

5590

 

Sadok Sudei II

A trap for judges II

St. Petersburg: Zuravl, 1913

200 x 175 mm. 125 pages 

Edition: 800

 

 

Sadok sudei II is the sequel to the anthology of 1910. The name, an invention of the Poet Khlebnikov was kept. Again David Burliuk was producer and one of the main contributors. But now the book was published in a bigger format with more illustrations. There were now 3 lithograph by David and 2 by his brother Vladimir. Natalia Gontcharova and Michael Larionov had each two and Elena Guro 6 lithographs in the book. In this volume there is more of the propagation of the new art. The opening of the book is formed by an untitled manifesto that for the first time provided a detailed constructive program for the renewal of art in Russia. In the coarse woodcuts that David Burliuk referring to the steppes in which he grew up in youth. These are the first in his ‘horse-cycles’ characterized by fragmentation of the forms and a use of thick lines. It is a style that will mark Burliuk for several years.

 

References:

Markov 1969 p. 22

Ex libris 1974, nr. 38

Compton 1978, p. 60

Munich 1993, nr. 19

Otaru, 1996, p. 21

Getty 1997, nr. 151

Lavrentiev 2000, p.13

Moma 2002, nr. 1

Nijmegen 2004, p. 51

Brussels 2005, nr. 9

Hellyer 2006, nr. 462

Khachturov 2009, p. 42

Moscow 2010 nr. 81