Ilya Doronchenkov’s article was published in Oxford Art Journal

School of Arts and Cultural Heritage
Ilia Doronchenkov

The Oxford Art Journal published an article “Impressionism in the Land of the Bolsheviks: Questions of Art, Reality, and Ideology in the Interwar Soviet Union” by Ilia Doronchenkov, professor at the EUSP School of Arts and Cultural Heritage, Deputy Director in charge of research at the Pushkin Museum.

The article is devoted to key philosophical and critical discussions of impressionism and its relationship to modern art and the Soviet project in the interwar period. Examines the great influence of German thought on Russian interpretations of the 1920s, the rise of ideological rhetoric in the mid-1930s, and the ambitious exhibition in 1939.