Dmitri N. Shalin
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This essay concerns Russian art in the second half of the twentieth century, yet any such description requires constant reference to the Russian avant-garde and the Soviet art system. The country's isolation made Soviet art such a specific, aesthetic, and particularly institutional phenomenon that it becomes critical to any understanding of art in the post-Stalinist period.
Art and Design | Arts and Humanities | Fine Arts | History of Art, Architecture, and Archaeology | Other Languages, Societies, and Cultures | Slavic Languages and Societies
Art criticism; Art; Russian; Art; Soviet; Avant-garde (Aesthetics)
Russian Art in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century.
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