Russian photographer Turkina Faso on the “post-Soviet aesthetic”


Next week at the ICA, fashion historian Djurdja Bartlett (London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London) will be joined by Moscow-based designers Asiya Bareeva and Artur Lomakin, Essentuki-born photographer Turkina Faso and journalist and curator Anastasiia Fedorova for a panel discussion to consider the work currently being produced by creatives who grew up as the Soviet Union came to an end. Defining a Post-Soviet Aesthetic in Fashion will turn a critical eye on the appropriation of Soviet iconography by Western fashion houses and the propagation of the Russian subcultural underground in the hands of cult designer Gosha Rubchinskiy.

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