Red Star Over Russia: A Revolution in Visual Culture 1905–55 opens 8 November at Tate Modern:
The show is an opportunity to see rare propaganda posters, prints and photographs from a momentous period in world history, including Dmitrii Moor's highly influential poster for May Day 1920, featuring a female counterpart of a male worker.
Dmitrii Moor May Day - All-Russian Subbotnik 1920 Purchased 2016. The David King Collection at Tate
Too bad I not in London. I'd love to see this. Hopefully you give it the respect it deserves. Instead of other places that have used art from Russia to propagate present day capitalist bs about what the Russian Revolution actually represented to human history. That being the first time the working class actually held power.
Ooooh how glamorous . Soviet posters and all that glorious, murderous, dictatorship stuff. Perhaps we could have a nazi retrospective next? Oh, thought not.
looks like that bit of steak on the barbie is a bit tough
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