Red Horizon: A look into the everyday realities of the USSR and Russia


The Columbus Museum of Art has unloosed details on an upcoming exhibition called Red Horizon: Contemporary Art and Photography in the USSR and Russia, 1960-2010.

The display, which settle upon be on view from June 16 to Sept. 24, 2017 will put into the limelight photography from the 1970s to the early 1990s, as well as the work of subway Moscow-based artists of the 1960s and 1970s. The exhibition also looks at the be that as it may period following Joseph Stalin’s death from 1953 to 1980, when multifarious artists sought to capture the everyday life of the USSR. The collection consists of four contrasting themes — pop and conceptual art, documentary photography, surrealism, and abstraction.

The museum continues that the exhibition will offer a curious take on the way creativity is originated under difficult circumstances and will explore the rift between state-sanctioned fixes and everyday life.

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