2013/3(13)

Contents

Cultural Theory

Shapinskaya E.

Flier A.

Cultural History

Troshin A.

Applied Cultural Research

Urmina I.

Humanities

Kornienko N.

Gacheva A.

Kreymer-Dementyeva L.

Small Encyclopaedia of Culturology

Okorokov A.

Pro memoria

Shemanov A.

Okorokov A.

Current Events

Svyatoslavski A.

Baksheev E.

 
UDC 745.03
Troshin A.
Soviet art plastics in the 1950s
  
Abstract.
 The article is devoted to the history of manufacturing and existing of art plastics in the USSR in the 1950s studied in the context of social stratification problem. In the opinion of the author decorative and applied art of that period was a sort of non-verbal language, a way of self-description for the some soviet middle class groups.

Key words: decorative and applied art, art plastics, middle class, history of the USSR


Troshin Andrei Alekseevich

Ph.D., Russian Institute for Cultural Research (Moscow)
e-mail: troshin_a@mtu-net.ru 
 

 

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  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
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  D.Likhachev

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  Research Institute
  for Cultural and
  Natural Heritage
  named after 
  D.Likhachev

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