How the Soviets Used Art to Further Their ‘Communist Utopia’

How the Soviets Used Art to Further Their ‘Communist Utopia’

Today on America Daily, we are pleased to welcome back Yulia Tullar, an expat from the Soviet Union. She gives us an insight into the art world and how the Soviet Union viewed and utilized the arts to further their communist utopia. Yulia is a fine artist herself and studied fine art at the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee.

Soviet Art -- America Daily
Russian stamp art, 1968, of a 1939 poster of a peasant kissing a soldier of the “Army of Liberation” on a Soviet propaganda poster issued after the joint Nazi-Soviet invasion of Poland. According to Soviet propaganda, the Red Army entered Poland to liberate and protect the “Ukrainian-Belarussian brothers.” The text reads: “Our army is an army that liberates workers.”