<h1>Propaganda for Happines</h1>

An exhibition presenting the Soviet art of Socialist Realism from a historical point of view, shown first in Kassel and Petersburg. Petr Nedoma in collaboration with other curators produced a specific version of the exhibition focusing on painting exclusively. Reproduced music of the period and a four-part documentary film about Stalin by Hartmut Kaminski were part of the exhibition. Film projection every Thursday at 16:00 in the video lounge.

Exhibited artists

V. M. Belakovskaja, I. I. Brodskij, A. P. Bubnov, V. I. Vichtinskij, A. V. Volkov, A. A. Volter, A. M. Gerasimov, S. V. Gerasimov, G. N. Gorelov, A. A. Dejneka, V. P. Efanov, B. V. Ioganson, P. P. Končalovskij, P. I. Kotov, J. P. Kugač, Kukryniksy, A. I. Laktionov, V. V. Lebeděv, A. P. Levitin, I. A. Lukomskoj, S. M. Luppov, K. S. Malevič, A. A. Mlynikov, D. A. Nalbandjan, G. V. Pavlovskij, A. F. Pachomov, K. S. Petrov-Vodkin, J. I. Pimenov, K. N. Redko, F. P. Rešetnikov, A. A. Rylov, T. K. Savickij, A. A. Samochvalov, I. A. Serebrjanyj, G. G. Sokolov-Skalja, L. F. Frolova-Bargejeva, L. T. Čupjatov, G. M. Šegal, V. N. Jakovlev, A. N. Jar-Kravčenko.

Exhibition architect and designer: Emil Zavadil

Galerie Rudolfinum in collaboration with the State Russian Museum in Petersburg.

Curators: Hubertus Gaßner, Joseph Kiblitsky, Jevgenija Petrova, Petr Nedoma

Tuesday–Sunday 10:00-18:00

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