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The stories behind three iconic pieces of Russian art.
A new statue in Kurgan is decidedly not the cat's pajamas, and after less than a week on display is being taken down due to public outcry.
An indignant social media user called out an artist for her choice of subject in the heart of Kazan, but there’s another side to the story – a backside, if you will.
The internet has been talking about Ilya Repin's painting Barge Haulers on the Volga a lot lately but, as usual, it is ignoring history.
Archaeologists have just completed digging through layers of cultural strata in the middle of the Kremlin, unearthing some interesting finds they totally forgot were down there.
At the beginning of July, the Russian government re-tire-d a form of folk art dear to many: the lawn tire.
Molly Gartland’s The Girl from the Hermitage follows the turns of fate over nearly a century of a single family in St. Petersburg, whose lives are forever altered by a portrait assignment.
Are you a Moscow Maniac or a Petersburg Patrician? It's time to take a side!
Alien or art? Scary sculptures are invading Kurgan.
In the Soviet period, artists were treated with esteem and lived comfortably, but their privileged position also required sacrifice.
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