New York, London, Berlin—all are familiar names on the global trade routes of contemporary art. Less so Moscow, which has only regained some of its avant-garde glory in the new century. In this short time, Olga Chernysheva has emerged as an acute observer of post-Soviet life. Her mordant yet deeply sympathetic investigations offer a distinct view of the social and political climate of Russia today. More recently, the Moscow-based artist turned her gaze upon New York during a month-long stay in the winter of 2015. The results, on view this fall in Vague Accent, a solo exhibition at The Drawing Center, offer a unique opportunity to see the streets of America's cultural capital through Russian eyes.