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Start the new year off right by adding a little more Russian art to your social media platforms.
"In connection with the incident, the State Hermitage was forced to apply to the prosecutor's office of St. Petersburg with a statement to conduct a prosecutor's check and assess the actions of a citizen for possible violations of the legislation of the Russian Federation, including in terms of public insult to the memory of the Defenders of the Fatherland.”
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.
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.
At the beginning of July, the Russian government re-tire-d a form of folk art dear to many: the lawn tire.
In the Soviet period, artists were treated with esteem and lived comfortably, but their privileged position also required sacrifice.
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