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Postmodernism
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Russian postmodernism refers to the cultural, artistic, and philosophical condition in Russia since the downfall of the Soviet Union and dialectical materialism. With respect to statements about post-Soviet philosophy or sociology, the term is primarily used by non-Russians to describe the state of economic and political uncertainty they observe since the fall of communism and the way this uncertainty affects Russian identity. 'Postmodernism' is, however, a term often used by Russian critics to describe contemporary Russian art and literature.

Artistic origins[]

In art, postmodernism entered the Soviet Union in the 1960s after the end of the Stalinist move toward liberalization with the advent of the Russian conceptualist movement. Beginning as an underground political-artistic move against the use of Socialist realism as a method of social control and becoming a full-fledged movement with the Moscow Conceptualists, Russian conceptualism used the symbolism of Socialist realism against the Soviet government.

See also[]

History of the Soviet Union (1953-1985) -- History of the Soviet Union (1985-1991) -- History of post-Soviet Russia -- Viacheslav Kuritsyn -- Mark Lipovetsky -- Modernism -- Postmodernism -- Russian literature -- Socialist realism -- Soviet Nonconformist Art

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