Work and Play Behind the Iron Curtain

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Design

GRAD: Gallery For Russian Arts And Design

Until Sun Aug 24

  • Free
  • Nevalyashka Dolls, produced from 1958. Courtesy GRAD and Moscow Design Museum

  • ‘It’s Time for a Grand Housewarming’, poster for a 1959 Soviet documentary on the new urban reforms. Courtesy GRAD and Moscow Design Museum

  • Pyramid Packaging for Dairy Products, (2009 replica), produced from 1959, Courtesy GRAD and Moscow Design Museum

  • ‘Elektronika TS-401 M’ Television, produced since 1984, Courtesy GRAD and Moscow Design Museum

  • ZIL workers adding the finishing touches to a limousine, 1940s, Courtesy ZIL and GRAD

  • ZIL Refrigerator, 1950s, Courtesy ZIL and GRAD

Nevalyashka Dolls, produced from 1958. Courtesy GRAD and Moscow Design Museum

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What happened to the other eastern European countries including east Germany? Were they not behind the iron curtain? Obviously no one would bother to visit this exhibition called e.g. "ZIL's manufacture in USSR 1950-1980" but is it an explanation? This is the clear example of how works Russian propaganda.