Slava Mogutin’s Food Chain
- when: Sat 21 @ 5.30PM, April 2018
- where: Museum of Human Achievement > 3600 Lyons Rd
- Slava Mogutin
- Presented in partnership with The Museum of Human Achievement
This is a free event. Reservations go live March 26.
Slava Mogutin is a Siberian-born, New York-based multimedia artist, author, and filmmaker exiled from Russia for his outspoken queer writings and activism. A third-generation writer and self-taught journalist and photographer, he became the first Russian to be granted political asylum in the U.S. on the grounds of homophobic persecution. He is the author of seven books of writings in Russian, as well as two critically acclaimed monographs of photography, Lost Boys and NYC Go-Go (powerHouse Books, 2006/2008), and a collection of poetry, Food Chain (ITNA Press, 2014).
On Sat, April 21st Slava will be presenting a spoken word performance and video program for the 2018 Fusebox Festival.
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