Post-Soviet Graffiti will exhibit a set of 24 fieldwork photographs in Ann Arbor this Wednesday. This set of photographs all share a common space and time: Russia’s public squares of 2011 and 2012, prior to and shortly following the country’s Presidential election.
The opening is on Wednesday October 17th and will take place in conjunction with a lecture by Pavel Khodorkovsky about his father’s trial, human rights, and the current state of democracy in Russia. On November 19th, the Post-Soviet Graffiti exhibit will coincide with the event “A Conversation with Irina Prokhorova.”
The exhibit is hosted by the Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies (CREES) at the University of Michigan’s International Institute. The lectures and photo exhibit are all part of a series titled “Pluralism in Politics and Culture” — an initiative that examines the foundations of free and open societies.
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