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17 Oct
2016
The Autumn Festival of Lights 2016 is getting closer! Saint Petersburg is not only a cultural city in the north of Russia with many beautiful sights, but also known for the countless great annual festivals that are organized there. One of the most beautiful is getting closer and closer. The Autumn Festival of Lights – An ...
23 Sep
2016
“Artmossphere” Moscow Street Art Biennale 2016 The saying: “there are not enough hours in the day” has never rung as true as it does living in Moscow. The sheer pace of life in the city is completely apathetic to the ambitious and, probably, unrealistic schedules of its inhabitants- namely me. However after much consideration, I’ve ...
21 Sep
2016
First things first, everyone: This festival is free and open to the public! Now, what is it about? The Circle of Light Festival uses electronic art, specifically lights and video mapping, to redefine and highlight well known public spaces.  Artists from around the globe have created pieces to be judged in three categories. Featured displays will be ...
07 Jul
2016
Red October: The creative heart of Moscow Some years ago, the site where the iconic red-brick Krasny Oktyabr’ (Red October) chocolate factory once operated was transformed into a bohemian island of art, fun and culture, comparable to a hipster paradise. The factory compound is still standing but what you find inside has little to do ...
06 Jul
2016
Multimedia Feast: ARTPLAY Moscow Design Center ARTPLAY Moscow Design Center is known as one of the first creative clusters of Moscow. 6 years ago ARTPLAY moved to a former industrial space near Kurskaya / Chkalovskaya metro station and now occupies an entire city block with an area of 75,000 sq.m. By reconstructing factory buildings and ...
07 Jun
2016
‘Realisms’ at the Hermitage While many tourists and natives visit the Hermitage every day, much of the attention is paid to the world acclaimed permanent collection. Today however, marks the opening of ‘Realisms’ (or ‘Peaлизмы’), a new exhibition featuring 21 works by British artist Mitch Griffiths, as well as art by Jim Shaw and Tony ...
02 Oct
2015
Concerts, exhibitions, markets, open air movies and delicious local food – Kalnciema Quarter (Latvian: Kalnciema kvartāls) is highly appreciated by locals and just a pleasant 30 minute walk from the city center. Not only the program is rich in variety, also the location is extraordinary: A huge backyard surrounded by 120 year old charming wooden ...
16 Sep
2015
[pullquote align=”left or right”]”I am not a tree hugger, an esoteric or particularly religious, but when I’m standing in the forest, I always get this undefinable feeling and desire to describe it.” (Kaupo Kikkas)[/pullquote] Until this coming Sunday, the 20th of September, at the Latvian Photography Museum, the exhibition “Treescape” will be shown. This exhibition ...
01 Sep
2015
“Посетив ВИНЗАВОД, Вы всегда сможете увидеть искусство, определяющее не только сегодняшний, но и завтрашний день.”* Sofiya Trotsenko, President of VINZAVOD Round the corner from Kurskaya train station, the buildings of a former wine bottling factory have been converted into a contemporary art space. Since 2007, Vinzavod has been transformed into Russia’s biggest centre of contemporary ...
25 Aug
2015
It is no secret that St. Petersburg is blessed with its vast, indeed unrivalled, classical art collections. In recent years, St. Petersburg began to redefine itself as the centre of a thriving contemporary art scene, which is perhaps best exhibited at the Loft Project Etagi. What was once an artisanal bakery, the Smolninkij khlebozavod, is ...