Auction 69 Part 2
Dec 3, 2019 (Your local time)
 8 Ramban St, Jerusalem.
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LOT 247:

"The Word Belongs to Kirsanov", by Semyon Kirsanov – Moscow, 1930 – A Book Designed by Solomon Telingater

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Слово предоставляется Кирсанову [The Word belongs to Kirsanov], by Semyon Kirasanev (Kirsanov). Moscow: State Publishing House (Gosudarstvennoe Izdatelstvo), 1930. Russian. Design: Solomon Telingater.
A book of poetry by Russian poet Semyon Kirsanov (Семён Кирсанов, 1906-1972), a student of Vladimir Mayakovsky, considered to be the creator of rhymed prose in Russian literature. The book was designed by the Russian Constructivist artist Solomon Telingater.
Solomon Telingater (Соломoн Телингaтер, 1903-1969), born in Tbilisi, studied art in Baku and Moscow. He was a book and typeface designer and a member of the "October Group" alongside El Lissitzky and Alexander Rodchenko. In 1963, he was the first Soviet artist to receive the Iohan Gutenberg award for designing books and typefaces.
[84] pp, 20X9 cm. Good condition. Stains. Handwritten signature on first page. Detached cover, with small tears, creases and stains.

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