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The Politics of Post-Soviet Street Art: an Interview with Alexis Zimberg

Article by: Colleen Wood, Originally published to Muftah.Org on 3 october 2014. Post-Soviet Graffiti is a research blog that investigates, amplifies, and advocates for free expression in states of the post-Soviet region, which censor media and speech or are fully authoritarian. Its director, Alexis Zimberg, (@PostSovietGraf), is a PhD student in Political Science at the University of Toronto whose work [...]

December 16, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0
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The Anti-Defamation League’s Sills-Glass Leadership Institute

In 2013-2014, I participated as a Sills-Glass Leader with the Anti-Defamation League. A powerful and content-rich program, the Sills-Glass Leadership Institute (also known as GLI) is designed to introduce young community leaders, academics, and policy-makers to the Anti-Defamation League. During the ten-month immersive program, our group attended seminars, dinners, and a three-day National Leadership Summit in Washington [...]

September 11, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0
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Off the wall: Misha Most’s street art comes to London

Moscow-based contemporary artist Misha Most brings his satirical street art to London gallery Lazarides Rathbone. Originally Posted at CalvertJournal.com on 14 August 2014 TEXT Alexis Zimberg  PHOTOS Alexis Zimberg, Misha Most, Lazarides Rathbone Gallery This summer Moscow street artist Misha Most swapped his usual urban canvas for the inside of a London gallery. Over the years, Most has come to be known [...]

August 29, 2014 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0