Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi, ‘Cherry Jam’, 2016, Rosenfeld Gallery

Following her Russian immigration project (May 2017 at the Israel Musem, Jerusalem), Cherkassky started to portray her childhood memories in the dying Soviet Union, moments before its dissolution.
The works focus on daily life and it's common, memorable details that would be easily recognized by a whole generation of people who grew up during that time in the Soviet Union. From typical clothing and textiles, through familiar furniture and objects and on to popular bands and TV shows.

About Zoya Cherkassky-Nnadi

Israeli, b. 1976, Kiev, Kyiv city, Ukraine, based in Tel Aviv District, Israel

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