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HISTORY AND OVERVIEW OF THE AMHERST CENTER FOR RUSSIAN.
He is most famous for his translation of Nobel prize-winning author Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s written works. He worked in the Soviet Union for most of his adult life, where he came into contact with members of the Russian intelligentsia and collected many of their works that were banned during that time. His collection includes costume designs for plays that never occurred, old Russian icons dating back to the 17th century, avant-garde media projects, censored poetry and prose, illegal diaries and books written by artists while in exile during the 19th and 20th centuries. The collection encompasses a wide range of Russian intellectual movements, from Rayism to Cubism to Suprematism. Whitney donated his whole collection of about 400 objects to Amherst College in 2001, and it is now housed in the Amherst Center for Russian.
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