Artemy Troitsky On The New Wave Of Russian Cultural Protest

Artemy Troitsky On The New Wave Of Russian Cultural Protest

This event has finished Took place on: Tuesday, 4th Feb 2020

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From the '60s to the '80s samizdat literature, non-conformist visual arts and underground music have all been vital and powerful tools of anti-Soviet and anti-totalitarian resistance.

Following the fall of the Communist empire the cultural paradigm drastically changed, but not for long: the 2010s brought new inspiration for cultural protest and many new forms. The turbulent contemporary art scene in Russia presents a mix of traditional dissident forms, including protest songs and theatre, but also a dizzying array of new trends, from actionist artists to radical rappers.

ultural commentator, journalist and enfant terrible of the Russian music scene Artemy Troitsky, will reveal and explain the shape and thrust of cultural protest in Russia today.


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2020-02-04 2020-02-04 Europe/London Artemy Troitsky On The New Wave Of Russian Cultural Protest ultural commentator, journalist and enfant terrible of the Russian music scene Artemy Troitsky, will reveal and explain the shape and thrust of cultural protest in Russia today. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2020/02/04/artemy-troitsky-on-the-new-wave-of-russian-cultural-protest-225592 Pushkin House,5a Bloomsbury Square,London,

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Pushkin House,

5a Bloomsbury Square,
London,
UKWC1A 2TA

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