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Soviet dissident artists : interviews after Perestroika

Author: Matthew Baigell; Renee Baigell
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, ©1995.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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If life was hard for all under the Soviet regime, how much more difficult was it to be a dissident artist? For those who did not belong to the dominant school of Socialist Realism, it could be a life of great risk. Often forced to scavenge for materials to use in paintings and sculptures, these artists led both a sometimes dangerous, illicit underground life, as well as an acceptable public life. In Soviet Dissident  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Matthew Baigell; Renee Baigell
ISBN: 0813522234 9780813522234
OCLC Number: 32311756
Description: xiv, 405 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Contents: Norton Dodge --
Elii Beliutin --
Dmitrii Lion --
Vladimir Nemukhin --
Dmitrii Krasnopevtsev --
Dzemma Skulme --
Ernst Neizvestny --
Lydia Masterkova --
Boris Sveshnikov --
Oskar Rabin --
Leonid Lamm --
Leonid Sokov --
Valery Yurlov --
Gleb Bogomolov --
Ilya Kabakov --
Erik Bulatov and Oleg Vassiliev --
Oleg Tselkov --
Ivan Chuikov --
Yurii Dyshlenko --
Dmitri Plavinsky --
Igor Shelkovsky --
Eduard Shteinberg --
Vladimir Yankilevsky --
Dmitrii Prigov --
Arkadii Petrov --
Gennadii Zubkov --
Viacheslav Koleichuk --
Vladimir Ovchinnikov --
Alexander Kosolapov --
Vitaly Komar and Alexander Melamid --
Leonid Borisov --
Igor Makarevich --
Mikhail Chemiakin --
Natalia Nesterova --
Grisha Bruskin --
Alexander Petrov --
Olga Bulgakova and Aleksandr Sitnikov --
Svetlana Kopystianskaia and Igor Kopystiansky --
Sergei Sherstiuk --
Irina Nakhova --
Elena Figurina --
Georgii Senchenko and Arsen Savadov --
Sergei Bugaev "Afrika."
Responsibility: edited by Renee Baigell and Matthew Baigell.

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If life was hard for all under the Soviet regime, how much more difficult was it to be a dissident artist? For those who did not belong to the dominant school of Socialist Realism, it could be a life of great risk. Often forced to scavenge for materials to use in paintings and sculptures, these artists led both a sometimes dangerous, illicit underground life, as well as an acceptable public life. In Soviet Dissident Artists, Renee Baigell and Matthew Baigell interview nearly fifty former dissident artists to better understand their struggles under Soviet rule and their desires to maintain their sense of inner freedom.

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