Landmarks: Tatlin's Monumnet
Saturday 23 April 1994
It has a combination of both the rational and the romantic, it is an object that has the purest forms and also has extraordinarily romantic double spirals that wind up as if they are going on into infinity.
In 1971 we worked on a 40 ft-high reconstruction of this project. Having done the detective work, we know how to build it. It is really a tragedy that this hasn't been followed up with a bigger, permanent construction as it would be a wonderful thing to have in London.
Jeremy Dixon is a partner with Jeremy Dixon Edward Jones, London W1. Photograph shows the reconstruction for the 1971 'Art in Revolution' exhibition at the Hayward Gallery by Jeremy Dixon, Chris Cross, Chris Woodward and Sven Rindl
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