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Places of Silence # 63$500
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Places of Silence # 63, 2020
Mixed media and acrylic on paper
10.5 x 14.5"
Long Island, from the ongoing Places of Silence Project (2020-2021).
*This piece is included in the Opening Night Collection.
Born in Russia, Asya Dodina and Slava Polishchuk work in collaboration since 2003.
Recent solo exhibitions include: 365: Asya Dodina & Slava Polishchuk, MoRA (Museum of Russian Art), Jersey City, NJ: What Remains: Asya Dodina & Slava Polishchuk, The Brooklyn College president's house, Brooklyn, NY; The Narthex Gallery, St Peter's Church, NY; Between Earth and Heaven, International Center of Arts, Remagen, Germany; Fox & Fowle Gallery; Pace University; Brooklyn College, NY; Moscow International Art Salon. Artists have exhibited in numerous museums and galleries including, Ca' Foscari Zattere Cultural Flow Zone,Venice; M. David & Co. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY; BAC Gallery; Chelsea Art Museum; Safe-T-Gallery, NY; Klutznic National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC; The Paxall Gallery, Long Island City, Museum, NY; Rutgers University, NJ; Kentler International Drawing Space, NY; Alumni Gallery, St. Joseph College, NY; Künstlerforum, Bonn, Germany; The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow; The Russian Academy of Arts. Their works are in public and private collections including State Tretyakov Gallery, Russian Academy of Arts; Rutgers University, Jane Voorhnees Zimmerly Art Museum, Kolodzei Foundation of Contemporary Russian Art, NJ; Brooklyn College Library, Pace University, NY; Fox & Fowle Architects, NY; Moscow Ministry of Arts and Moscow Union of Artists. Their awards include Project Grant for Exhibition, NY State Council of the Arts; Award of Excellence, Nassau Community College; Shaw Award for Excellence in Painting; Medal of Russian Academy of Arts.
Asya Dodina graduated from the Moscow State Art Institute named after V. Surikov with a degree in Graphic Arts and received MFA in Printmaking and Painting/Drawing from Brooklyn College.
Slava Polishchuk graduated from the Moscow Art School Named After the Year 1905, Moscow and received MFA and BA in Painting/Drawing and Printmaking from Brooklyn College, NY.