Alexandra Kollontai was one of the extraordinary figures who existed in the heat of the Russian Revolution, graduating from revolutionary to member of the Soviet government and was even the Soviet ambassador to Sweden for a while. She was also a prominent feminist writer and proponent of new ideas of the family and free love. She wrote a novel about love during the Russian Revolution in 1923, and that novel, Red Love, is the inspiration for this exhibition of the same name. Dora García’s exhibition for Tensta Konsthall explores Kollontai’s ideas and the very theme of love in uncertain times.
Dora García: Red Love, Tensta Konsthall, On display until September 23