It is well known that St. Petersburg is often referred to as the cultural capital of Russia, and during my short stay here I have certainly witnessed this for myself. Everywhere you go there will be a museum, a cultural centre or a gallery near you. On this occasion, I visited 2 galleries and a ...
The Hermitage has opened its doors to one of the most famous and most discussed artists of the modern art scene: Jan Fabre. His exhibition ‘Knight of Despair/Warrior of Beauty’ features a multifaceted collection of more than 200 artworks, ranging from pencil sketches to a woman’s dress, made out of beetles. The exhibition spreads over ...
Last weekend I visited the 2016 Wildlife of Russia Photography Exhibition in St.Petersburg. It displays the winning pieces from last year’s competition of the same name. The project is a collaboration between National Geographic Russia and Binbank. The exhibition is located on the 5th floor of the Loft Project ETAGI, 74, Ligovski Prospect. The entrance ...
Do You Prepare For A Museum Visit? Is a Museum visit a part of every travelling experience? Moscow is a city that commemorates history with appreciation and is a home to over 50 different museums. Of course, when we travel and arrive to a new city – we want to visit a museum. However, is that ...
This weekend I visited a peculiar place in St. Petersburg – a fear exhibition (or exhibition-performance – Выставка-перфоманс, as the organizers call it). I know what you’re thinking: totally appropriate to celebrate International Women’s Day. The full name of the exhibition is “Выставка №2. Страх” – “Exhibition No. 2. Fear”, as it is the second work of a creative union called ...