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Giant of the Urals

Productions:

2017, Svetly Story

Type:

Website

Role:

Web design, Development

This virtual project is connected with the study of one exhibition that left a noticeable mark in the history of Russian art. Advanced Soviet life in the late 1920s-early 1930s took place in the regions of future industrial centers.

On the art front, the most notable events also unfolded on the construction sites of the new country. Brigades of artists, mobilized and sent to the Urals, documented modernity in its progressive development and formed the language of Soviet art.

The virtual project Giants of the Urals is connected with the study of the 1931 exhibition of the same name, which left a notable mark in the history of Russian art.

Giant of the Urals

History

In the summer of 1931, a group of Moscow artists went on an unusual business trip, or rather, unpredictable. The team led by Yevgeny Lviv, which included novice young authors Yaroslav Titov, Valentin Zhelokhovtsev, as well as quite experienced representatives Of the Association of artists of the revolution (AHR) Fedor Modorov, Vasily Khvostenko and Dmitry Toporkov, was sent to the construction of Ural factories. What they had to see in three months in Sverdlovsk, Chelyabinsk, Nizhny Tagil, Kizel and the future of Magnitogorsk, could not be predicted.

Giant of the Urals
Giant of the Urals
Giant of the Urals
Giant of the Urals
Giant of the Urals
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