By Robert Bird, Christopher P. Heuer
Vision and Communism offers a sequence of interconnected essays dedicated to Viktor Koretsky’s paintings and the social worlds that it was hoping to rework. Produced jointly through its 5 editors, this writing additionally considers the visible artwork, movie, and tune integrated within the exhibition Vision and Communism, establishing on the clever Museum of paintings in September 2011.
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