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This current volume of Experiment, Volume 20, entitled “Kinetic Los Angeles: Russian Émigrés in the City of Self-Transformation” (Guest Editor, Lorin Johnson) is dedicated to the contributions of Russian artists who lived and worked in Los Angeles in the fields of dance performance, visual arts, and film, exploring how the city was influenced by their presence as well as the reasons that drew them to Southern California. While many of the essays focus on the émigré community that gathered in Los Angeles during the 1930s-1940s, the investigation of “Russianness” in the city is not confined to those decades. Each essay in this volume is accompanied by photographs and illustrations which help to tell this story, many of which are previously unpublished and recently discovered in private collections and archives in the U.S. and abroad. Contributors include: Kenneth Archer, John Bowlt, Donald Bradburn, Elizabeth Durst, Lynn Garafola, Karen Goodman, Millicent Hodson, Lorin Johnson (Guest Editor), Mark Konecny, Debra Levine and Oleg Minin.

Experiment

A Journal of Russian Culture

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3

Robert M Fogelson, The Fragmented Metropolis: Los Angeles, 1850-1930, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993), pg. 77.

4

Kenneth H. Marcus, Musical Metropolis: Los Angeles and the Creation of a Music Culture, 1880-1940 (New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2004), pg. 83.

7

Valleri Hohman, Russian Culture and Theatrical Performance in America, 1891-1933, (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), pg. 103.

11

Jack Laughlin, “Fame Seeks California Dancers,” The American Dancer (December, 1927): pp. 16, 30.

12

Romola Nijinsky, Nijinsky, (London: Victor Gollancz Ltd, 1933), pg. 346.

14

Steven J. Ross, “How Hollywood Became Hollywood,” Metropolis in the Making: Los Angeles in the 1920s, (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2001), pg. 261.

16

Richard Buckle, George Balanchine: Ballet Master, (New York: Random House, 1988), pg. 108.

17

Lawrence Morton, “Stravinsky in Los Angeles,” Festival of Music Made in Los Angeles Program, Royce Hall, ucla, November 28-December 5, 1981, pg. 68.

18

Charles M. Joseph, Stravinsky and Balanchine: a Journey of Invention, (London: Yale University Press, 2002), pg. 161.

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