Here, outlined a plan of acquisitions novelties (in the shops yet, will have to wait). It turned out, that's what I want:
1. Nikita Alexeev. Rows memory
A series of "Sketches of visuality"
Moscow: New Literary Review. 2008. - 512 pp., Il.
On the one hand, this classic memoir: the story of the life of the author, built in chronological sequence. On the other - a segment of history of modern art of a few decades, because Nikita Alexeev - conceptualist painter, member of the "collective action" and one of the founders of APTART "- an active leader of the story. Memoirs, written "for fresh tracks, branching stories, private and common, turning a" book of travels, a chronicle or a chronicle of the artistic movement, then akynskoy song ...
2. Yuri Gerchuk. Hemorrhage in the Moscow Artists ", or Khrushchev in the Manege December 1, 1962
Moscow: New Literary Review, 2008. - 320 pp., Il.
Yuri Yakovlevich Gerchuk - symbolic figure in the national Art: Without a doubt, the most authoritative expert on graphic art and books, the author of countless monographs, articles and even textbooks on the theory and history of art. In this case, he tells about the famous visit by Khrushchev in Manege (1962) marked the end of the so-called "thaw": visit the famous and written about it a lot. But in this poludokumentalnom narrative of the author not only summarizes the evidence and attracts new ones are not yet available in the literature: it also combines in his person the role of the historian with the role of an eyewitness, a contemporary of the events described.
Both - http://www.nlobooks.ru/rus/books/the..._of_books/310/
For about the library of the Sixties.
3. Vladimir Sorokin "Sugar Kremlin". M.: AST, 2008
This new, interesting, after the "Day of guardsmen.
That has such plans. What else would one advise to read?