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A collaborative artistic partnership between Mikhail Prokhorov Fund and BAM that focuses on cultural exchange between the US and Russia.
BAM partners with the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund for a series of
multidisciplinary events promoting cultural exchange between
American and Russian artists and audiences. TransCultural Express
launches its inaugural season in Brooklyn with a special bilingual
edition of Eat, Drink & Be Literary, featuring Russian authors
Masha Gessen and Keith Gessen; a BAMcinématek-curated series of
contemporary and repertory Russian cinema; and the creation of a
large-scale installation work by Irina Korina, in conjunction with
BAMart. This is the Mikhail Prokhorov Fund’s inaugural alliance
with a US cultural institution.
For more information visit prokhorovfund.com
Andrei Tarkovsky’s metaphysical exploration of spiritual isolation and Russian identity.
A unique series of contemporary Russian films, featuring Alexander Sokurov’s Faust.
Join us for the unveiling of Irina Korina’s Chapel, a new work.
The Russian-born siblings discuss their work with Philip Lopate.
This Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter is acclaimed for his eclectic, innovative sound.
The outré, darkly comic films of this radical Russian director are ripe for discovery.
New Yorker staff writer Ian Frazier heads to Siberia for the Krasnoyarsk Book Culture Fair.
Brooklyn artist Rachel Owens participates in the Krasnoyarsk Museum Biennial.