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Aleksandr Deineka (1899–1969): An Avant-Garde for the Proletariat
The exhibition Aleksandr Deineka (1899–1969): An Avant-Garde for the Proletariat presents Deineka’s oeuvre side by side with a careful and in some cases significant selection of works by avant-garde and revolutionary artists (from Kazimir Malevich to Aleksandr Rodchenko, and from Gustavs Klucis to Aleksei Gan) and realist artists (such as Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, Iurii Pimenov or Aleksandr Samokhvalov). It is the first exhibition to present this outstanding figure of socialist realism—and, by extension, the historical period from which his work was borne—in a twofold context: the end of the avant-garde and the advent of Soviet socialist realism.
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