Politics and Art
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The paper discusses how politics have had an impact on art and how artists have impacted political structure. The paper shows how, especially during times of unrest, art becomes a political message as a motivational or propaganda tool. The paper looks at the decades prior to and immediately after the Russian Revolution and examines the beliefs and impact of artists such as Ivan Kramskoy, Ilia Repin and Lazar "El" Lissitzky.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Birnholz, A. The Russian Avant-Garde and the Russian Tradition Art Journal 32(2): 146-149.
- Millon, H.A., and Nochlin, L. (1980) Art and Architecture in the Service of Politics.Cambridge: MIT.
- Valkenier, E. K (1975). The Peredvizhniki and the Spirit of the 1860s Russian Review 34 (3): 247-265
- -------------------- (1978) Politics in Russian Art: The Case of Repin Russian Review, 7(1): 14-29.
- Historical Perspectives on the Arts, Sciences and Technology Art and Mathematics in the Thought of El Lissitzky: His Relationship to Suprematism and Constructivism Esther Levinger Leonardo, Vol. 22, No. 2. (1989), pp. 227-236.
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