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Alexander Rodchenko, Stairs, 1930

Total Red: Soviet Photography

Alexander Rodchenko, Stairs, 1930

The Museum commemorates the centennial of the 1917 Russian Revolution with an exhibition of works by early 20th century Soviet photographers. It follows the development of Soviet photography against the background of the revolution and further events, illustrating the power of photography to document reality as well as mold it. Among the featured photographers are Max Alpert, Emmanuel Evzerikhin, Simon Fridland, Yevgeny Khaldei, Yakov Khalip, Alexander Rodchenko, Georgy Zelma and others.

The exhibition is held in conjunction and collaboration with the exhibition “Total Red: Design” at the Faculty of Design, Holon Institute of Technology

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