Nailya Alexander Gallery presents Soviet Photography: 1920s-1930s, through October 30th, 2015. Nearly a century ago, the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution shook the world, changing the course of history and the fate of photography in Russia. The decades that followed were a time of great experimentation in photography and film, as artists looked forward to a bright proletarian future powered by new...
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