At least in the West, it is generally believed that the Russian Revolution is terrible for art.
All of these descriptions of robust, healthy ammo workers and happy farm workers are produced at the expense of avant-garde black squares and twisted waves. Ugh!
The reality is a little more complicated.
There is no denying the fact that, starting in the years following the revolution, for artists who are considered "unhealthy", unable to approach and out of tune with Bolshevik and later Soviet ideals, terror and persecution have
But the new world order has also created a new public channel for art in posters, brochures, books, journals and photos.
Political events have changed the artistic landscape, paving the way for the development of art, especially graphic design.