Migration & Memory: Jewish Artists of Russia Opening Reception

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“Evening Tea” by Anatoly Kaplan (1969). Collection of Vladimir and Vera Torchilin. (Image courtesy Ballets Russes Arts Initiative)
“Evening Tea” by Anatoly Kaplan (1969). Collection of Vladimir and Vera Torchilin. (Image courtesy Ballets Russes Arts Initiative)

The Museum of Russian Icons is pleased to announce the opening of their exhibition, Migration & Memory: Jewish Artists of the Russian and Soviet Empires. The exhibit will feature approximately 100 works drawn from the Vladimir and Vera Torchilin Collection that explore the creative responses as well as historical trajectories of Jewish artists born, trained or active in the Russian as well as Soviet empires in the 20th century.

Organized by Boston’s Ballets Russes Arts Initiative and presented by the Museum of Russian Icons, it is curated by BRAI’s Executive Director Anna Winestein and structured around the themes of migration and memory that are central to the Jewish experience in this period.

The opening reception will feature a talk by Winestein titled “Russian Art in the Jewish Century” with wine and hors d’oeuvres. RSVP by calling the Museum: 978.598.5000 x121.

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When
Thursday, October 12, 2017, 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
* Registration closes on October 10th at 5:00 pm
Where
Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union St
Clinton, MA 01510
Price
$15.00 Non-members
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