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“On that great action, lighted in by dawn’s red ember, with flowers and singing, entered the Twelfth of December.”

USSR in Construction. The XXIst year of the Great Socialist Revolution. 4. April 1938 Here are people who in the majority of capitalist countries are disenfranchised- Women… Young people of eighteen… Members of the armed forces… In the USSR they … Continue reading

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Sherrie Levine: Re-photographed Photographs of Reproductions of Photographs

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, a group of conceptual artists—including Richard Prince, Cindy Sherman, and Sherrie Levine—known as the Pictures generation, began using photography and appropriation techniques to examine the strategies and codes of visual representation. In 1981, … Continue reading

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