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Five Minutes, 1929, Anatoly Belsky

Anatoly Belsky studied at the Central Imperial School of the Count Stroganov in Moscow, then in 1920 at the Vkhutemas Studios, set up by the Commissariat for the education of the people. He began his career as a set-designer, in particular in 1921 with Altman and Lavinski for a play by Mayakovski, Mystery-Bouffe. He quickly became one of the most gifted creators of posters in the Russian avant-garde. His poster for the film Five Minutes, with its zoom on the character supposedly depicting the wicked capitalist, is quite exceptional.

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30,0090,00