Room setting for the New Style exhibition, Moscow

M212 Room setting for the New Style exhibition, Moscow

Address: Corner of Ulitsa Petrovka and Stoleshnikov pereulok, Moscow, Russia
Date: 1902
Authorship: Authorship category 1 (Mackintosh) (Mackintosh)
1900
November – December: Russian construction workers arrive in Glasgow to begin work on timber buildings designed by Fedor Shekhtel. 1
1901
2 May – 9 November: Shekhtel's buildings on display at the Glasgow International Exhibition in Kelvingrove Park. 2
1902
22 December: Opening of the exhibition Architecture and Craft of the New Style in Moscow. 3
1903
c. 31 January: Moscow exhibition closes. 4
Two photographs of Mackintosh's room are published in Russian arts journal Mir iskusstva . 5

Notes:

1: Catherine Cooke, 'Shekhtel in Kelvingrove and Mackintosh on the Petrovka: Two Russo-Scottish Exhibitions at the Turn of the Century', Scottish Slavonic Review, 10, 1988, pp. 185–6, nn. 18–22.

2: Catherine Cooke, 'Shekhtel in Kelvingrove and Mackintosh on the Petrovka: Two Russo-Scottish Exhibitions at the Turn of the Century', Scottish Slavonic Review, 10, 1988, pp. 185–9.

3: Catherine Cooke, 'Shekhtel in Kelvingrove and Mackintosh on the Petrovka: Two Russo-Scottish Exhibitions at the Turn of the Century', Scottish Slavonic Review, 10, 1988, p. 199.

4: Catherine Cooke, 'Shekhtel in Kelvingrove and Mackintosh on the Petrovka: Two Russo-Scottish Exhibitions at the Turn of the Century',Scottish Slavonic Review, 10, 1988, p. 199.

5: Mir Iskusstva, no. 3, March 1903, pp. 116–17.