Finding Freedom: 40 Years of Soviet and Russian Art
Selections from the Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art.
October 15 – November 30, 2003.
Co-organized with the Kolodzei Art Foundation, Inc.
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Oleg Vassiliev “Portrait of
Ratgauz,” 1964. Oil on canvas
Gallery Talks in connection with Finding Freedom: 40 Years of Soviet and Russian Art: Selections from the Kolodzei Collection of Russian and Eastern European Art.
Natalia Kolodzei, Curator of The Bergen Museum and co-owner of the Kolodzei Collection, will discuss works in this exhibition on the following dates:
Saturday, November 15 at 2 and 5 PM
Saturday, November 29 at 2 and 4
Talks last approximately 1 hour, and are free with museum admission.
In connection with this exhibition, there will be a trip for friends of The Bergen Museum to Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia in April-May, 2004, Art of the Old and New Russia. During this intimate trip you will see the sights of Russia’s two major cities–including the Kremlin, the Hermitage, the Bolshoi, and the Kirov–as well as go behind closed doors into the centers of art and culture of Russia, including meeting some of the artists whose works are exhibited in this show. This memorable journey will be led by Natalia Kolodzei, Trustee and Curator of The Bergen Museum. For further information please call 1-212-758-8230 and mention code BM4A.