Performing artist Judy Trupin will perform excerpts from
“Voices,” her theatrical interpretations of Israel Tsvaygenbaum’s
paintings, at the opening reception of his solo show on Sunday, February 28, at 2:00 pm.
The exhibit runs from February 27th through April 3rd, open daily.
Exhibition Reception 2/28/2016 02:00 – 4:30 PM
Kanner Kurzon Museum (in Beth El Synagogue Center)
1324 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10804
Phone: (914) 235-2700
About the artist:
Tsvaygenbaum was born in Derbent, Dagestan, Russia and is a graduate of the Izberbash College, in Izberbash, Dagestan. He holds a master’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Krasnodar, Russia. In 1980 he brought together a group of artists into an organization called COLORIT, and they exhibited together in many cities in Russia. He also had solo exhibits in Dagestan and Moscow, including at the Israeli Jewish Agency SOHNUT in Dagestan, and in the East Gallery and The Central Artists’ House in Moscow. He moved to upstate New York in 1994, because Dagestan became too dangerous for his family to continue to live there. Since coming to Albany, New York, he has continued to exhibit widely in both group and solo shows in Albany, Schenectady, Troy, Woodstock, Hudson, Delmar, the Bronx, New York City, Canada, and England.