Once Again, Art in Russia Carries Moral and Political Overtones

Once Again, Art in Russia Carries Moral and Political Overtones

Once Again, Art in Russia Carries Moral and Political Overtones

“The current exhibition at the Russian Museum about the art produced during World War I should be just another of the many events underway across Europe commemorating the 100th anniversary of the outbreak of that terrible conflict. But, as the introduction to the exhibition notes, the First World War was the “forgotten war” under Communist rule, dwarfed in the official Soviet narrative by the glorious Bolshevik Revolution.”

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