Art in the Time of Chaos: Soviet Propaganda Art v. Nonconformist Art


On Feb. 22, 2010, Cardozo hosted a Russian art (law) event with Mark Kelner, Washington D.C.-based art dealer and curator, specialist in post-War Russian art. The presentation centered around the history of subversive Russian art, censorship in the Soviet Union and modern Russia, and the current-day legal issues associated with forgeries and theft of these works.

The event was organized in conjunction with the Russian Propoganda Posters on loan from the Collection of Aimée Brown Price and Monroe Price (on display at the Dr. Lillian and Dr. Rebecca Chutick Law Library now through April 2010, ).

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