“I miss my mother, father, brother, cousins…My cousins and aunts will never come here, because they are married to Russian or Byelorussian men in the army ... Now I see them and Kiev in my dreams. So during the day I walk here and at night——I walk in Kiev.”

“I miss my mother, father, brother, cousins…My cousins and aunts will never come here, because they are married to Russian or Byelorussian men in the army ... Now I see them and Kiev in my dreams. So during the day I walk here and at night——I walk in Kiev.”


Sophia and Babushka
Sophia and Babushka

“I was happy that my mother-in-law came here and enjoyed a bit of a good life. In the U.S.S.R. she was and worker and she had no rest.”

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Chess Men
Chess Men

“It has been my fate that despite working my whole life for the U.S.S.R., and taking part in the struggle against fascism in the Soviet Army, I never became an equal member of society. Now I have been living in America for five years. My former motherland threw me away without any means to support myself. America has been my new Motherland.”

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LEARNING_ENGLISH.jpg
PARTY 1-2.jpg
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KIEV INSTALLATIONv3.jpg
 “I miss my mother, father, brother, cousins…My cousins and aunts will never come here, because they are married to Russian or Byelorussian men in the army ... Now I see them and Kiev in my dreams. So during the day I walk here and at night——I walk in Kiev.”
Sophia and Babushka
F_BABUSHKA 1-4.jpg
Chess Men
AIRPORT.jpg
HUG AT AIRPORT.png
LEARNING_ENGLISH.jpg
PARTY 1-2.jpg
KIEV INSTALLATIO_0 ROTATED.jpg
KIEV INSTALLATION.jpg
KIEV INSTALLATIONv3.jpg

“I miss my mother, father, brother, cousins…My cousins and aunts will never come here, because they are married to Russian or Byelorussian men in the army ... Now I see them and Kiev in my dreams. So during the day I walk here and at night——I walk in Kiev.”


Sophia and Babushka

“I was happy that my mother-in-law came here and enjoyed a bit of a good life. In the U.S.S.R. she was and worker and she had no rest.”

Chess Men

“It has been my fate that despite working my whole life for the U.S.S.R., and taking part in the struggle against fascism in the Soviet Army, I never became an equal member of society. Now I have been living in America for five years. My former motherland threw me away without any means to support myself. America has been my new Motherland.”

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