Last chance to see the Israeli artist’s latest series, documenting the women and men, mostly young but some old, passing their days in seven Ukrainian and Russian prisons. (Chelbin has spent the past decade traveling around these countries.) The facilities, with peeling, incongruously cherry wallpaper and grim courtyards, look more like run-down community centers. The girls wear matching flowered dresses, headscarves and cardigans, while the tattooed boys display visible cuts and bruises.
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