Most of the media was created to disseminate Communist principles, particularly anti-racism and anti-colonialism.
Works by Bill Aron and Yevgeniy Fiks chronicle the experience of Soviet Jews who tried to leave their homeland.
Yevgeniy Fiks and Galina Zelenina discuss the LGBTQ-Jewish dynamics and politics in Russia today and throughout history.
This week, two men made headlines when they doused the tomb of the Soviet Union’s first leader Vladimir Lenin with holy water while reportedly shouting “Rise up and leave!”
Ringing in the New Year, the Winkleman Gallery’s group exhibition Corporations Are People Too might prove that 2011’s artistic obsession with corporate power, the economic crisis, and abandoned office buildings with unintentionally ironic posters will continue into 2012. And I’m not entirely convinced that’s a good thing.