Siberia in the Eyes of Russian Photographers
The exhibition in the American University Museum presents unknown Siberia as photographed by Russians. These photographs, many shown in the West for the first time, span more than 150 years, between the 1860s and 2011.
This is a history of Siberia and a history of photography all in one. A book published by Prestel will coincide with the opening of the exhibition. The exhibition is organized by the Foundation for International Arts & Education, and curated by Leah Bendavid-Val. National Geographic, American University’s Initiative for Russian Culture, and the Russian Union of PhotoArtists and PhotoSoyz Agency, support the exhibition.
American University Museum
4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016
Admission Free, Tue-Sun, 11:00-4:00
PLEASE NOTE: AU Museum will be closed 11/24 through 12/2 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
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