“Tel Aviv Days in St. Petersburg” is a symbol of the significant cultural roots between Russia and Israel. These deep roots between the two nations strengthened with the arrival of more than one million Russian Jews to Israel in the past thirty years, a fact that altered the social, cultural and political face of the country.
The well-planned events by the Israeli General Consulate in Saint Petersburg; will be instrumental in building bridges between the two countries, by establishing cultural exchange programs that will benefit the wide public. The M.T. Abraham Foundation is honored to support and participate in the multiple cultural events planned by Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
In a ceremony which took place on April 12th at the State Hermitage Museum, Mr. Amir G. Kabiri, President of...read more
The reception of Russian art in Europe and the United States is the subject of a three-day international conference, initiated by Silvia...read more
The M.T. Abraham Foundation is pleased to announce a pledge two oil paintings by the Russian artist Vladimir Sterligov (1904–1973)....read more