Provocative Russian Performance Artist Comes to Wreak Havoc in a West Bank Settlement

AlekseiPlutser-Sarno, one of the leaders of the radical art collective Voina, touched a nerve in Russian society. He now he lives in a settlement and his latest piece almost got him arrested

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Aleksei Plutser-Sarno at Mt. Herzl
Aleksei Plutser-Sarno at Mt. HerzlCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
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Aleksei Plutser-Sarno at Mt. HerzlCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
Aleksei Plutser-Sarno at Mt. HerzlCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
Police escort Aleksei Plutser-Sarno out of Mt. HerzlCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
Aleksei Plutser-Sarno at Mt. HerzlCredit: Olivier Fitoussi
Aleksei Plutser-Sarno's 2008 work "In memory of the Decemberists"Credit: Courtesy of Aleksei Plutser-Sarno
Voina's installation on Liteyny drawbridge from 2010 across FSB's headquarters in St. PetersburgCredit: Courtesy of Aleksei Plutser-Sarno

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