1920’s saw a radical change in Graphic Design which advertised silent movies across the soviet union. During the 1920’s film flourished in the Soviet Union.
This was a relatively new art form, film matched the revolutionary ethos of an emerging generation of artists for whom fine art was deemed bourgeois. – Grad: Gallery for Russian arts and Design.
The exhibition examines the golden age of Soviet film posters and is co-curated by Elena Sudakova, director of GRAD, and film critic and art historian Lutz Becker. In collaboration with Antikbar. The gallery shows work by Yakov Ruklevsky, Mikhail Dlugach, Aleksandr Naumov, Nikolai Prusakov and the brothers Georgii and Vladimir Stenberg.
Aleksandr Naumov – Oil, 1927
The Uprising, 1928 – Mikhail Dlugach
The end of Saint Petersburg, 1927 – Izrail Bograd
Turksib, 1929 – Georgii and Vladimir Stenberg