[SOLVED] One of the critical formulations that defined artistic production in the Soviet Union was the notion of “national in form, socialist in content.”
One of the critical formulations that defined artistic production in the Soviet Union was the notion of “national in form, socialist in content.” What did this notion mean, and how did it come to be expressed in the visual realm? Hint: you may want to consider how this idea was expressed in different mediums.
Requirements: Choose three objects that I listed below to support your argument. Please do not use external objects. Mobilize the reading that I have uploaded to support your argument.
List of objects:
1. Ivan Padalka, Picking Tomatoes, 1932
2. Mykhailo Boychuk, Two Under a Tree, 1912-13, tempera
3. Oksana Pavlenko, Long Live the 8thof March!, 1930-31, tempera on canvas
4. The Virgin Hodegeteria of Volyn, 14thcentury, tempera on wood
5. Vasyl Sedliar, Portrait of Oksana Pavlenko, 1926.
6. Mykhailo Boychuk, Fresco for the Kharkiv Chervonozavodskii (Red Factory) Theater, ca. 1934
7. Aleksandr Voronin, Portrait of Béla Uitz, 1976
8. Béla Uitz, The Forge of Health (Kuznitsa zdorov’ia), 1933
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