From the Soviet Union with love

Through “Pravda,” Zoya Cherkassky is certainly adding her unique voice and perspective.

February 8, 2018 15:29
Zoya Cherkassky

Zoya Cherkassky. (photo credit: THE ROSENFELD GALLERY)


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Zoya Cherkassky paints between two worlds: the former USSR, where she lived until the age of 14, and Israel.

Born in Kiev, Cherkassky began studying art at a very young age.


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