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One website showcases the creativity anti-war protesters are using to express dissent while avoiding arrest.
Street artist Philippenzo, known for his anti-war murals, was detained at a Moscow airport when reentering Russia.
The life of a street musician is not an easy one. But it is one thing to busk with a guitar or pan flute, quite another to have to set up a complex vertical xylophone made of bottles.
Start the new year off right by adding a little more Russian art to your social media platforms.
Despite the pandemic (and a bad reputation for a distinctly Russian grimace), it’s not all sad faces in Moscow at the end of 2021.
What could be more sinister than a Medusa with a mustache? A hint: a Medusa with a mustache and a reputation for being Europe’s last dictator.
With a bucket of paint and a dream, this Russian pensioner did what city officials wouldn't, but she may have had to cross a line to do it.
Alien or art? Scary sculptures are invading Kurgan.
Moscow is seeing religious symbolism crop up in unexpected places. It’s not the first time, but there is something different about what is going on now.
In which Communists hate Georgian food, a cross is accidentally paved over, and the King of Spades rules Russia.
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