Even after more than a century, the work of Russian Avant-Garde looks shockingly new. This survey, drawn from MoMA’s superb collection, covers the movement from its rise during World War I to its suppression under Stalin in the 1930s. On view are paintings, drawings, photographs, posters and ceramics, each a testament to an audacious futuristic aesthetic that emerged in a society that was still mired in feudalism.
“A Revolutionary Impulse: The Rise of the Russian Avant-Garde”
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