Russian Art and Politics

ARTHIST 287.01

Historical and contemporary engagement of visual culture-painting, sculpture, architecture, graphic arts, film, photography-with the political sphere in Russia from the early nineteenth century to the present. Interactions between artists, art critics, censors, government authorities, and the public indicating how visual culture both responded to demands from the political sphere and shaped the political discourse of the day. Instructor: Kachurin

Class Room 1: 
Crowell 108
Instructor: 
Kachurin, Pamela
FDS Uid: 
6 802
Semester Year: 
Spring 2015
Course Year: 
2015