On the “Alive Foxes in a Furrier’s Shop”, Proletarian Culture and Petty-Bourgeois Households
AbstractWhile taking black or white threads from the fanciful, absurdist and far from black-and-white pattern woven by the time of changes into the strong fabric of the Soviet history of the 1920s-30s, we get simple models of the real life processes. Basing on such models, we get an opinion, that avant-garde art and architecture of the 20s had a great support in the post-revolutionary society, the voluntary twist toward “implementation of classics” was irreparably wrong, and the twist toward modernism in the 60s was too late, that is why architecture of that period was secondary. The refusal of these simple models in interpretation of the history of Soviet architecture and art is a matter of course.
history of Soviet art and architecture; black-and-white models; absurdity of the post-revolutionary reality; contradictions; discrepancy of the existing historical models with the real life
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