It's a slender little book - in memory of two artist friends, the poet Oleg Woolf and the artist Alexey Afanasyev, as the author saw them - with the eyes of an artist and a poet.
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About the Author
Slava Polishchuk is an artist. He was born in Russia, but currently lives and works in New York City. Since 2003, he is working in collaboration with Asya Dodina. His work was exhibited in numerous museums and galleries, including Drawing Center, New York; Paul and Lulu Hilliard University Art Museum, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA; Chelsea Art Museum, New York; B'nai B'rith Klutznic National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC; Pace University Gallery; Brooklyn College Gallery, New York. His works are included in public and private collections in The Tretyakov State Gallery, Moscow; Rutgers University, Zimmerly Art Museum, Norton Dodge Collection, New Jersey; The Paul Robeson Galleries, Rutgers University, Newark, New Jersey; Kolodzei Foundation; Brooklyn College, Pace University, New York. Slava Polishchuk's bilingual book What Remains (translation by Sibelan Forrester) was recently published by StoSvet Press, New York.