Igor Ponosov

Russian Urban Art: History and Conflicts

This book takes the format of an opinion-based essay. Moscow based artist Igor Ponosov tries to examine the power of street art in Russia by exploring its historical background, extending from the avant-garde movements of the early twentieth century, to the non-conformists and the actionists of the twenty-first century. It is an attempt to analyze as well as expand the potential of Russian street art by sharing examples of significant and relevant art phenomena and processes.
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    NIKOLAOS MANOLAScompartió una citahace 5 meses
    In 1932, the decision of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (Bolsheviks) prohibited independent art associations. It established The Artists’ Union of the USSR, which was engaged in distributing jobs and monopolizing and supervising the organization of exhibitions.
    Ludwig Maravillacompartió una citahace 8 meses
    We connected art to life. After a long period in which the masters have retreated, we noisily cognized life and life invaded art. Face painting is the beginning of the invasion
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    fervently embodied the rejection of conservative principles and declared new values for the future through absurdism and anti-militarism. Artists, poets, writ

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