Exhibition poster of Nina Vatolina’s Fascism – The Most Evil Enemy of Women. Everyone to the Struggle Against Fascism!, 1941. Our exhibition posters are Giclée printed on 250 gsm fine art paper for a high quality reproduction.
Vatolina's poster was published five weeks after the Nazi invasion of the Soviet Union, and was used as socialist propaganda. The model for the woman in the poster was Nina’s neighbour, who had already seen two of her sons leave for war.
Red Star over Russia: A Revolution in Visual Culture 1905 – 55 at Tate Modern marks the centenary of the October Revolution with a remarkable display of the collection of the late graphic designer David King (1943 - 2016), offering a visual history of Russia and the Soviet Union.
Dimensions: 70 x 50 cm. Printed in the UK.
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