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Topic - Mark Kelner
The parallels between Soviet-era repression and Vladimir Putin's authoritarian rule are at the heart of "Lest We Forget: Masters of Soviet Dissent," a new exhibition of paintings and drawings by Leonhard Lapin and the late Alexander Zhdanov at Charles Krause/Reporting Fine Art gallery in Washington.
"In essence, there's some self-censorship going on [in the Russian art world], which is incredibly dangerous," he said. "Unfortunately, it's part of a broader narrative."
Mr. Kelner said part of the answer lies with the Putin regime's increasingly authoritarian stance.