Anyone interested in forming a panel on "Decolonizing the Russian/Soviet Art Survey" for ASEEES 2021?

Hello SHERAns,

I wonder if anyone would be interested in putting together a pedagogy-focused roundtable for ASEEES on strategies for decolonizing the Russian/Soviet art history survey? I'm thinking presenters could offer brief propositions/provcations/lesson plans/reading suggestions/activities that can be adapted by audience members to their own classroom uses. If interested in either helping organize or presenting on such a panel, please email me at yelena [at] msu.edu.

Thanks,

Yelena Kalinsky
Michigan State University

Re: Lecture: Ann Komaromi, PhD on Ilya Kabakov and Viktor Pivovarov (Monday, December 7, 5pm EST on Zoom)

Yes! It will be recorded and should be posted online shortly thereafter. I can post a link here when available.

More information on the exhibition can be found here: http://www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu/dodge-wing-lower-level/dialogues—ilya-kabakov-and-viktor-pivovarov-stories-about-ourselves#.X8oqWS-ZOYU

And publication here: https://www.rutgersuniversitypress.org/dialogues/9781978814929

Re: Lecture: Ann Komaromi, PhD on Ilya Kabakov and Viktor Pivovarov (Monday, December 7, 5pm EST on Zoom)

This looks great -- since the time coincides with the SECAC conference (and a session I'm chairing so I need to be there), will it be taped and available to view at another time?
Please let me know.
Roann Barris

The artist Boris Sveshnikov (1927-1998)

Dear all,
I am writing to ask if anyone happens to know anything much about the artist Boris Sveshnikov.  I have ordered a book by Dudakov and I already own the book by Jane Sharp and Norton Dodge.  And when MEMORIAL published their excellent  Sveshnikov album in 2000, it was me who translated Igor Golomstock’s text, and the extracts from Sveshnikov’s letters.  I am in correspondence with Irina Galkova, the director of the Moscow MEMORIAL museum.

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