Anatoly Zverev: Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation

Harriman Institute Atrium 12th floor International Affairs Building, 420 W 118th St, New York

Anatoly Zverev (1931–1986) was a legend in the Moscow art circles of the second half of the 20th century. His life and work became an original illustration of the myth of the vagabond— "a genius capable of creating a masterpiece with a sweep of the hand…" This exhibition features Zverev's artworks from the 1950s to the mid-1980s, courtesy of the Kolodzei Art Foundation.

Anatoly Zverev as a Cultural Phenomenon: Remembering the Artist

Hybrid Event (see Location Note)

Please join the Harriman Institute and the Kolodzei Art Foundation for a presentation in conjunction with our exhibit Anatoly Zverev: Selections from the Kolodzei Art Foundation. Tatiana Kolodzei and Natalia Kolodzei of the Kolodzei Art Foundation will discuss the artist Anatoly Zverev and his legacy. Introduction by Mark Lipovetsky (Columbia Slavic Department/Harriman Institute), with recorded remarks by Maria Plavinsky and Natalia Kostaki.

Concert. Rachmaninoff’s The All Night Vigil and other Chamber Works

Church of the Ascension 221 West 107th St, New York

The Harriman Institute and the Barnard Music Department present a performance by the Barnard-Columbia Chorus and Chamber Singers conducted by Gail Archer. The program features The All Night Vigil, Sergei Rachmaninoff's 1915 composition that incorporates liturgical texts of the Russian Orthodox Church (performed by the Barnard-Columbia Chorus), as well as chamber works by Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Balakirev, Ippolitof-Ivanov, and Leontovich (performed by the Barnard-Columbia Chamber Singers). This event is part of the Harriman Institute's 75th Anniversary Celebration.