Leonid Pavlov

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Leonid Pavlov entered the Vkhutemas (the Russian state art and technical school in Moscow) in 1924, and studied architecture between 1926 and 1930 under Aleksandr Vesnin and Ivan Leonidov. He can be regarded as the main 'heir' of the great architect, to whom he was always bound by a very close friendship. What he learned from Leonidov, in particular, can be seen in the architectural and town-planning designs executed by Pavlov in the 1960s and 1970s. That is to say, the most fertile period of 'Soviet Modernism', inaugurated by Khrushchev's reforms; a period marked by innovation, radical design and the rediscovery of the pioneers of the Avant-garde movement.
Author Anna Bronovitskaya
Author 2 Olga Kazakova
Language English
Published 2015
Binding HBK
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