Nailya Alexander Gallery presents The Image of a Woman in Soviet Russia: 1920s-1940s, an online exhibition that provides a window into the role of women in the newly-formed Soviet society. The Bolshevik Revolution led to widespread calls for equality between the sexes and for women to participate in political, economic, and social life with the same status and opportunities as men. The Image of a Woman in Soviet Russia includes prints that celebrate women of all ages – from a young student to Aleksandr Rodchenko’s elderly mother – and from a wide range of roles and professions – from artists...
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