Most striking of all, Koretsky was pioneering the visual languages of Benetton and MTV at a time when the iconography of interracial togetherness was still only a vague rumor on Madison Avenue. Produced collectively by its five editors, this writing also considers the visual art, film, and music included in the exhibition Vision and Communism , opening at the Smart Museum of Art in September Thinking the Twentieth Century.
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Drawing on an extensive private collection of Soviet art and propaganda, this exhibition presents nearly ninety of Koretsky's posters, photographs, and original maquettes. It is the first major museum exhibition in the United States to focus on Koretsky, who remains largely unknown in the West. Learn more about the film series. A daylong public symposium that examines art and political agitation, held on October 14, Download the symposium schedule PDF.
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