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Disgraced Monuments

Film/Video

 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994

48 mins.
Image courtesy of the artist
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994

48 mins.
Image courtesy of the artist
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994

48 mins.
Image courtesy of the artist
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994

48 mins.
Image courtesy of the artist
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994
 Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis, Disgraced Monuments, 1994

Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis
Disgraced Monuments

(1991–93)

Mar 1, 2015–Mar 31, 2015

In Disgraced Monuments, filmmakers Laura Mulvey and Mark Lewis use rare archival footage and interviews with artists, art historians, and museum directors to examine the fate of Soviet-era monuments during successive political regimes, from the Russian Revolution through the collapse of communism. Mulvey (also a notable film theorist) and Lewis highlight both the social relevance of these relics and the cyclical nature of history. (48 mins., video)

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