[Tallinn]: Eesti Kunstnikkude Ryhm, 1932. 12mo (14 × 11 cm). Staple-stitched printed wrappers;  pp. Sixteen black-and-white reproductions. Numerous ads. A very good, uncut and unopened copy. Item #6119
Uncommon Estonian art exhibition catalog by the Eesti Kunstnikkude Ryhm (Estonian Artists' Group, 1923-1940), one of the most progressive institutions of the post-WWI Estonian art world, which championed geometric abstraction but was also influenced by Cubism and Russian Constructivism. At the time of publication, the Group included among its members Märt Laarman, Arnold Akberg, Eduard Ole, Juhan Raudsepp, Nikolai Triik and eighteen others; twenty-one of them are represented in this catalog. One work each by Akberg and Laarman is pictured. Sources in English on Baltic Modernism remain scarce, and the topic still awaits further discovery in international scholarship.
KVK, OCLC only show the copy at Frick Library.