From 6 June to 14 October the Tinguely Museum in Basel will show over one hundred works on loan from Moscow (Tretyakov-Gallery; A.A. Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum, Moscow; State Archive for Literature and Art; Schusev Museum of Architecture; Museum of the Moscow Art Theatre), St. Petersburg (Russian Museum), Kostroma (Museum for History, Architecture and the Visual Arts), Wiesbaden (Museum Wiesbaden), Friedrichshafen (Zeppelin Museum), Vienna (Austrian Theatre Museum), Paris (Centre Georges Pompidou), London (Annely Juda Fine Art; Grosvenor Gallery), Thessaloniki (State Museum of Contemporary Art – Costakis Collection), Penza (Russia), and Athens.
Curator and Catalogue
The exhibition curator is Gian Casper Bott. The retrospective exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue that will present the life and work of Vladimir Tatlin in the light of the latest research, with contributions by Simon Baier, Gian Casper Bott, Dmitrii Dimakov, Jürgen Harten, Yevgraf Kipatop, Nathalie Leleu, Maria Lipatova, Anna Szech, David Walsh, and Roland Wetzel (edition in German or English, 240 pages, 208 illustrations, published by Hatje Cantz Verlag
52.00 CHF, ISBN 978-3-9523990-1-9).