Wolf, Erika. ALEKSANDR ZHITOMIRSKY: Photomontage as a Weapon of World War II and the Cold War. 368 pages, including 300 color plates. 4to, cloth. Chicago, The Art Institute of Chicago, 2016.
The first comprehensive study in English of the Soviet propaganda artist Aleksandr Zhitomirsky (1907-1993), who conceived and deployed his striking photomontages as a political weapon. In this comprehensive, image-driven account of Zhitomirsky's long career, Erika Wolf explores his connections to and long friendship with the German artist John Heartfield, whose work inspired his own.
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