Commemorating centennial of 1917 Russian Revolution
Edward Goldman talks about the new documentary Revolution: New Art for a New World, dedicated to the Russian Avant-Garde.
Let me start today with a question: if you were asked to name the defining year in the history of 20th century avant-garde art, which year would you choose? Considering the number of high profile museum exhibitions on both sides of the Atlantic commemorating the centennial of the October Revolution in Russia, the answer should be 1917.
Tomorrow (Wednesday, March 8), at the Laemmle Theater Royal, we are invited to see the new fascinating documentary Revolution: New Art For A New World. I had the chance to see this documentary a few days ago and to talk to its director, Margy Kinmonth. If you attend tomorrow’s 7:30 screening at the Royal, which I highly recommend, you will have the chance to participate in a Q&A with the documentary’s director at the end of the screening. […]
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