Theatre In Revolution
27.00 in HIGH x 17.20 in WIDE
(68.58 cm HIGH x 43.69 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

Bottom right corner has, in very small print, "(c) TFAMSF 1991".

This poster features a large tan area in the upper right ? of the area. A red section runs the length of the tan area's left border with a small, black section below. A red rectangle covers the bottom of the poster to the right of the small, black section in the bottom left corner. The tan area contains an illustration of a male figure in yellow, black, white, and blue with a red hat. One foot is resting up on a ladder-like element illustrated along the right edge of the poster. There is black, Russian text in either corner of the tan area. Large, vertical black text in the left red section reads "Theatre In Revolution". Black text in the bottom red section reads "Russian / Avant-Garde / Stage Design / 1913-1935". Slightly smaller and to the right of this is California Palace Of The Legion Of Honor / Lincoln Park, San Francisco / 9 November 1991 Through 16 February 1992." Very small text below the illustration of the man reads "Konstantin Vialov, Costume design for the Bandit in The Camorra of Seville, 1923" on the left and "Bakhrushin State Theatrical Museum, Moscow" to the right.
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