Erik Moskowitz & Amanda Trager: Two Russians in the Free World
Two Russians in the Free World (board 5, setup A2), 2015
Image area 8 x 7" | Paper size 22 x 31" | Edition of 3
Digital print, aqueous pigment inks on matte archival paper
Erik Moskowitz and Amanda Trager are Brooklyn-based artists who split their time between New York and Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Their collaborative partnership began in 2008. Recent exhibitions and screenings include Centre Pompidou and the Jeu de Paume (Paris), the Reina Sofia (Madrid), Haus der Kulturen der Welt (Berlin), The Beirut Art Center (Beirut), Momenta Art and 303 Gallery (NYC). They are recipients of numerous grants and awards, including the NYFA Fellowship in Video (2008) and the NYSCA Distribution Grant (2009). In 2013, a 30-minute Prologue version of Two Russians in the Free World was screened at Centre Pompidou (Paris), the Rotterdam Film Festival (Rotterdam), The Showroom (London), the Emily Harvey Foundation (NYC), The Museum of Contemporary Art (Vilnius, Lithuania), The Pera Museum (Istanbul), The Uplink Factory Shibuya (Tokyo), and IndieLisboa (Lisbon).