Forthcoming from Verso in January, the English translation of Thomas Hippler‘s Le gouvernement du ciel: The history of the war from the past one hundred years is a history of bombing. Ever since its invention, aviation has embodied the dream of perpetual peace between nations, yet the other side of this is the nightmare of […]
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Originally posted on The Charnel-House:
Gustavs Klucis — also known as Gustav Klutsis, the Russian spelling of his name — was one of the pioneers of Soviet agitprop graphic design, particularly prominent for his revolutionary use of the medium of photomontage to create political posters, book designs, newspaper and magazine illustrations. He was born in the small village of Ruen in Latvia. He studied art in Riga from 1913…