Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning
Red Utopia <br>Jan Banning

Red Utopia
Jan Banning

Ipso Facto / Nazaraeli Press, 2017
First edition
Hardcover, 141 pages, 280 x 370 mm
Condition: Near Fine

 

Red Utopia is a non-propagandistic document for what is left of Communism, 100 years after the Russian Revolution. Jan Banning set off in search of locations in five “non-communist” countries – India, Italy, Nepal, Portugal and Russia – where the ghost of Communism still walks abroad and sometimes even dominates local mind-sets. The photographs show interiors of party offices and their iconography, as well as environmental portraits of party officials and activists: people who, unlike their colleagues in communist dictatorships, chose for membership out of a sense of conviction and free choice against the prevailing neoliberal trend.

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