Tourists from the countries of the former USSR who are nostalgic or interested in socialist art can visit the exhibition from March 20 to July 1 "Red. Art and Utopia in the Country of Soviets ". The Grand Palace in Paris exhibits a series of important works rented from the largest Russian museums and the Pompidou Center.
They talk about how many artists sincerely wanted to participate in building a new society, but held opposite views on the art of socialism. And since the late 1920s, such debates were silenced by the Stalinist regime, which established social realism - aesthetic doctrine, which began to govern all areas of creativity.