BeschrijvingTogether and Apart. The Urban Family in Russia in the Twentieth Century / Vmeste i vroz. Gorodskaia semia v Rossii v XX veke
On 6 March the much-acclaimed IISH exhibition “Together and Apart. The Urban Family in Russia in the Twentieth Century” opened its doors in the Russian port-city of Vladivostok. Formerly on show in Assen, Moscow and St. Petersburg, “Together and Apart” is based on the results of IISH research and shows the impact of Russia’s turbulent twentieth century on the form, function and evolution of the family and household in Russia. The exhibition is on show at the ZARYA Centre for Contemporary Art, a redeveloped former garment factory, which was one of the largest in the Russian Far East. For this occasion the exhibition has been supplemented with four family histories of former workers from this factory. Curators Gijs Kessler and Jeroen de Vries travelled to Vladivostok to prepare the exhibition and attended the festive opening on 5 March. The next day Gijs Kessler led an excursion for two school-classes from the neighbourhood to the exhibition. “Together and Apart” will be on show at the ZARYA Centre for Contemporary Art until 30 August 2015.
|Periode||06 mrt. 2015 → 30 aug. 2015|
|Mate van erkenning||Internationaal|