REAL STUDIOS TAKES ROYAL ACADEMY TO RUSSIA

1 Nov 2016

Real Studios is looking east again: following 2015's Cosmonauts blockbuster for the Science Museum, Real Studios has been asked to devise a sophisticated and evocative scheme for the Royal Academy of Arts looking at a fascinating period in 20th century Russian art.
 
Opening February 2017, the exhibition: Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932 will showcase the extraordinary period between the Russian Revolutions and the arrival of Stalin's oppressive censorship. The challenge for Real Studios is to devise a framework that complements a complex mixture of styles and mediums, from the paintings of Kandinsky and Malevich to socialist realist painting, by way of pioneering photographers, sculptors, filmmakers, graphic artists and radical architects. 
 
Image Bolshevik by Boris Mikailovich Kustodiev, © State Tretyakov Gallery 

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