POSTERS ROLE IN SOCIALIST REALISM

Rrezeart Galica

Abstract


In the 1950s, throughout this period, Albania had a reputation for its totalitarian style of state administration influenced by Enver Hoxha and the Party of Labour of Albania. In Albania, among the media of art used as a propaganda tool was the poster. This media had its own transmitting specification through the artistic message. Also, in the 1950's, artists educated in Italy and Greece joined the other parts of the country who were educated or specialized in former socialist countries. This cast of later artists brought with it intentionally or without the spirit of socialist realism that they had absorbed during their education outside Albania. Now we also know that many of these artists distanced from this spirit that at that time conquered Albania. Artists always push the idea of freedom to its ethical limits, as artistic boundaries are not officially ordained, but  the circumstances at that time in Albania violated this freedom. About the tablets of political, cultural, festivals, sports, etc. at that time we were known as prominent plateaus like Vlash Prifti, Pandi Mele, Safo Marko, Franc Ashiku, Bashkim Dizdari, Ibrahim Cezmja. Their work was related to the apostrophized spirit above because of the circumstances of that time.

Keywords: posters, art, socialist realist, etc.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i1.1871

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.0001/ijllis.v8i1.1871.g2308

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