[Read] ➳ Totalitarian Art ➯ Igor Golomstock – Diclofenac16.us

Totalitarian Art In The Soviet Union, And Later In Maoist China, Theories Of Mass Artistic Appeal Were Used To Promote The Revolution Both At Home And Abroad In Nazi Germany And Fascist Italy They Asserted The Putative Grandeur Of The Epoch All Too Often, Art That Served The Revolution Became Total Realism, And Always It Became A Slave To The State And The Cult Of Personality, And Ultimately One Weapon In The Arsenal Of Oppression Igor Golomstock Gives A Detailed Appraisal Of The Forms That Define Totalitarian Art And Illustrates His Text With Than Two Hundred Examples Of Its Paintings, Posters, Sculpture, And Architecture, And Includes A Powerful Comparative Visual Essay Which Demonstrates The Eerie Similarity Of The Official Art Of These Very Different Regimes.

[Read] ➳ Totalitarian Art  ➯ Igor Golomstock – Diclofenac16.us
  • Hardcover
  • 420 pages
  • Totalitarian Art
  • Igor Golomstock
  • English
  • 17 January 2017
  • 1590203178

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    This is a comparative and general history of art across four totalitarian regimes Italy, Germany, the Soviet Union, and China, with a special postscript on Iraq.A popular characterization of totalitarian regimes is that they are dismissive of all forms of art When I hear the word culture, I reach for my pistol , says Goering But this is only partially true These regimes do destroy all opposition, and will marginalize the avant garde, even if the latter may try and support the new all powerf This is a comparative and general history of art across four totalitarian regimes Italy, Germany, the Soviet Union, and China, with a special postscript on Iraq.A popular characterization of totalitarian regimes is that they are dismissive of all forms of art When I hear the word culture, I reach for my pistol , says Goering But this is only partially true These regimes do destroy all opposition, and will marginalize the avant garde, even if the latter may try and support the new all powerful state.On the contrary, the totalitarian state values art, but as a means to an end The state portrays itself as a m...

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