This stunning piece of literature, both sad and epic, is the third book by Marcin Wicha. Opening with Kazimir Malevich and the the Communist Revolution in Russia in 1917, it is a multidimensional work on art, its longevity, power, and weaknesses. It delves into the tangled life paths of individuals who lived through these times and tried their best to change the world.
The cover features a black square, an obvious reference to Malevich, but it also possesses symbolic potential. Is this the end of the line, or perhaps an exit of sorts? The reader must decide for themselves.
Year: 2021
Page size: 125×207 mm (4.9×8.1 in.)
Pages: 256
Paper: Munken Print White 15 90g
Binding: hardcover
Cover material: textile, van Heek Finesse, black foil embossing
Typefaces: Tor Grotesk
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