SANTANDER, SPAIN – Eighty-three years
man landing on the moon and robots traversing Mars, after the
international space stations, after probes to Mercury, Venus, Jupiter,
and beyond, another exhibition —The Cosmos of the Russian Avant-Garde:
Space Exploration, 1900-1930— pays homage to these valiant efforts to
space. A number of exhibitions and publications have been devoted to
aspects of this theme, especially within the last decade, but this would
be the first attempt to concentrate on the modern Russian contribution.
case, “The Cosmos of the Russian Avant-Garde: Art and Space Exploration,
1900-1930” is concerned not simply with artists’ renderings of outer
with scientists’ visionary projects , but expressly with the
visual art and cosmonautics.