The Tate Modern in central London opened its doors to the press on Tuesday, to show their new exhibition «Red Star over Russia: A revolution in visual culture 1905-55,» ahead of the public display on Wednesday. The exhibition marks the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution in Russia, and includes over 250 posters, paintings, photographs and books. «The aim of this exhibition is to really... Еще reflect on the legacy of the revolution of 1917. So it is as much about trying to understand the highs and the lows, as it is about the striking images that came out,» said Dina Akhmadeeva, Assistant Curator of the exhibition. Many of the exhibits stem from the private collection of the graphic designer David King, who began collecting in the 1970s.