I finally had a chance to present a paper on one of the most interesting subjects I researched while writing my Remizov book. It has to do with the notion that the so-called hysteria (a diagnosis liberally dispensed to female patience for the good part of the late 19th and early 20th century), is in fact […]
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Alexei Remizov, Ivashka, Paris, 1941, India ink and color pencil on paper It is official: the Russian Ministry of Culture finally purchased the Reznikoff family archive in its entirety, including nine illustrated albums created by Alexei Remizov between the mid 1930s and early 50s. Some of these illustrated albums from the Reznikoff collection are at […]
Phoenix’s JAVA magazine interviewed me for their last issue of 2012. Here is the link to the article written by Jenna Duncan (you will need to click on the red arrow in the upper right corner).
SHIBUHOUSE 東3-18-5 T&Tビル2F Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan, 157-0041 For USTREAM posting of the event click here. It begins with a slide and video show of SHIBUHOUSE work, the book talk and the party follow. More Information: www.JuliaFriedman.net
Photo courtesy of Pat Greer The new volume of the interdisciplinary journal Interfaces published collaboratively by the College of the Holy Cross and Université Paris Diderot is finally out! You can see the table of contents here. Among the papers is my essay “Alexei Remizov’s Creative Act.” Please click here for stunning two color reproductions […]