In the late 80s of the 20th century, in Moscow, in the windows of the first floor of the building which hosted the newspaper “Izvestia”, were exhibited the satirical posters, which, in the manner of the OKNA ROSTA, spoke on to the problems of Perestroika (the reconstruction) in the political system of the USSR.
The satirical poster today is the object of particular interest. You will easily be convinced in it by observing how ardently Muscovites and guests of our city argue about the posters of Dzhangir Agayev, Valery Mokhov and Yury Cherepanov displayed in the windows of Pushkin Square and New Arbat.
These artists, representing the creative group “Moscow and Russia”, during four years of collaboration created more than 1,400 satirical posters.
From the publishing house “Panorama”, Moscow 1992