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Exhibition and Sale: “Let My People Go: The Soviet Jewry Movement 1967-1989”

Belarus! Russia! Hungary! Latvia! Poland! Ukraine! The Czech Republic! Come to see, hear, read, speak, and learn about alternative avenues of expression and public dissent culture in the post-Soviet region. From 8 June through 25 July. At Detroit’s Janice Charach Gallery, Post-Soviet Graffiti will exhibit stories of free speech in authoritarian states through 30 original fieldwork photographs from [...]

June 13, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0
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Flickering flame: remembering street art pioneer Pasha 183

Pasha 183, who died this week, won international fame with his beautiful murals and witty installations. Alexis Zimberg remembers the life and work of one of Russia’s most important street artists. Text: Alexis Zimberg Image: Courtesy of www.183art.ru Pavel Pukhov, one of Moscow’s most prolific and internationally renowned street artists, died on Tuesday 2 April, aged 29. [...]

April 23, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 1

“The Downtown Synagogue’s story is Detroit’s story,” Kohn said.

Post-Soviet Graffiti’s partner in its latest initiative, the Cinema Tov: Detroit Jewish Film Lab, is the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue (IADS), also known as the last standing synagogue in the City of Detroit. The Conservative and egalitarian home for Detroit’s Jewish community was founded in 1920, has the largest Black-Jewish congregation in Michigan, is almost 100% lay led, [...]

April 1, 2013 Post-Soviet Graffiti The Street 0