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The Paper Revolution: Soviet Graphic Design during the 1920s and 1930s

08 Nov - 21 Jan 2018 / Bröhan-Museum, Berlin Charlottenburg, DE

This show is dedicated to a particularly interesting chapter in the design history of the twentieth century: early Soviet graphic design. During the first decade of its existence, Soviet Russia, a young revolutionary state, needed a visual language all its own. Inspired by the dynamics of political and social change, a new artistic movement developed: constructivism. Posters, journals, and book covers became important propaganda tools for the new political regime.