Migrants Nation Curated by Vitaly Umansky, Center Without Walls BluePrint Fellow.

This exhibition shows six artists who emigrated from the FSU as young people or children, and who grew up like other immigrants, in a gap between two cultures, becoming a new nation, so to speak. Three of the artists settled in the United States, while the other three settled in Israel.

The exhibition compares their assimilation, and different levels of nostalgia.

Featured artists:

USA: Anna Rozhdestvenskaya, Polina Barskaya, and Vladimir Sheremet.

Israel: Alexandra Oxenoid, Sonja Olitsky, Ola Glikin.

This project is made possible through a grant by the Blueprint Fellowship project of COJECO, funded by the UJA-Federation of NY and Genesis Philanthropy Group.

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