“Absorbing Abstraction: The Politics of Painting in Moscow (1950s – 60s)” | National Humanities Center | Page: Lectures Etc. | Indy Week
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“Absorbing Abstraction: The Politics of Painting in Moscow (1950s – 60s)” 

When: Thu., Dec. 5, 5 p.m. 2013
Price: Free
Jane Ashton Sharp, a professor at Rutgers University, focuses specifically on the 1960s, to consider how, & why, criticism of abstract painting in Russia came to duplicate what we associate with “formalist” discourse in the West.
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