Annie Gerin. Godless at the Workbench:
Soviet Illustrated Humoristic Antireligious Propaganda / Безбожник у станка. Советская юмористическая иллюстрация и антирелигиозная пропаганда. – Regina: Dunlop Art Gallery, 2003.
In Annie Gérin’s text Godless at the Workbench she chronicles a collaboration between artists and the state in a struggle to destroy all hierarchies, most specifically that of religion in post-revolutionary Russia. This is developed through the examination and exhibition of anti-religious journals, posters, toys, games and documentation of related activities. It is at that particular place and time that we can most readily witness the collective efforts of the state and artists in a purpose of social, political, and cultural reform.