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16 Jan
2015
The Red Army Ensemble Visited St. Petersburg! Last night the Alexandrov Ensemble of the Red Army performed a show at the Oktyabriskiy Big Concert Hall in St.Petersburg. Since 1998 the official the name of the ensemble is Академический ансамбль песни и пляски Российской Армии имени А. В. Александрова (Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance of the ...
10 Dec
2014
3 Important Facts Before Visiting the Historic Mosfilm Studio in Moscow! 1.One of the Oldest Film Studios in Europe Mosfilm Studios located in Moscow has played host to the production of some of the most significant cinematic works in history. The Soviet Union pioneered the art of filmmaking in it’s earliest days, and Mosfilm is ...
04 Dec
2014
Many cities across the world have adopted the metro as the preferred method of public transportation, but few have gone to the same extent as Russia has to beautify their metro stations and turn them into an unofficial historical and national art museum of sorts. Built at the height of Joseph Stalin’s rule, the Moscow ...
25 Oct
2014
Like many cities across Europe and the rest of the world, about a century ago Riga was taken by storm with a new artistic aesthetic known as Art Nouveau. Art Nouveau architecture in particular became extremely popular in the Latvian capital, and although there are different forms of Art Nouveau, the most popular style in ...
16 Sep
2014
Recently, you may have noticed something different about the streets of Moscow. This month, artists have transformed the city into a vast canvas during the first biennale ‘Artmossphere’ festival. More than 70 artists from Russia and beyond have come together in order to present an array of very different works to the public, and to ...
11 Sep
2014
Sometimes, you feel like you can barely move for all of the museums and galleries in St. Petersburg! With hulking giants such as the Hermitage and Russian Museum, it’s easy to overlook some of the smaller venues scattered around the city. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by all the traditional paintings and sculptures, but you’re still ...
01 Aug
2014
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Do you feel like indulging in some Soviet Nostalgia? The Muzeon Park in Moscow is the place for you. Also known as the Park of the Fallen Heroes, Muzeon is the dumping ground for the Soviet statues that were ripped from their pedestals in the 90s after the fall of Communism. The park houses more ...
09 Dec
2013
St. Petersburg is known as a cultural capital of Russia. But in many ways, it’s also a capital of all western culture. Thanks to the world famous Hermitage (Эрмитаж) museum, artwork from around the world is exhibited here in St. Petersburg. Starting this month, you will be able to see artwork from one of the ...
10 Sep
2013
Art Prospect (Арт Проспект) is an international public art festival that will take place from Thursday (September 12) to Sunday (September 15) in St. Petersburg. For four days, Liteyny Prospekt (Литейный Проспект) will become a free space where a lot of artists from Russia, Holland and the USA will show their works, united by a ...