When: Fri., March 24, 8-10 p.m. 2017
Victoria Lomasko has been a fixture at Moscow’s political trials and protests since the mid-2000s, documenting the tumultuous processes that shape today’s Russia. Working in the genre of “graphic reportage,” Lomasko came to prominence for her drawings of the “Forbidden Art-2006” trial and for her documentation of of the protests over the the arrest of Pussy Riot. This artist talk and book presentation by Russian artist Victoria Lomasko will be followed by a panel discussion featuring Tatyana Gershkovich (CMU), Liz Park (Carnegie International), Jon Platt (UPitt), and Rob Rogers (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette). Moderated by Sean Guillory (seansrussiablog.org).