Underground Russian Art

I went for the Breaking the Ice: Moscow Art 1960-80s at the Saatchi Gallery today and I was a little bit disappointment. It’s an exhibition of underground artists in Moscow between the 60-80’s which is called the Golden Age because it was when Moscow became a mega city. Some of the artists were Vladimir Nemukhin, Grisha Bruskin, Oleg Tselkov and Boris Orlov. There were a lot of problems with power and opposition and these artists explored the changes that were happening. There were a few pieces I liked but as a whole collection, it was uninspiring. I thought an exhibition about such an amazing time would be a lot more exciting but a lot of the pieces well dull. That’s just my opinion. Check it out if you can!

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