LETTER TO NIKITA
This text is a public address to artist Nikita Kadan who decided to withdraw from the panel: Artists in Times of Emergency, Chaired by Ronen Eidelman. 16.09.2022
The artwork as an adjective or the artwork as a verb.
Levels of viewer perception of Vladimir Logutov`s multimedia art spaces
Vladimir Logutov is an artist, who works with various mediums: painting, video, and objects. The author of the article makes a detailed critical review of Logutov`s artistic practice
Philosophy and Humanities
A Fantasy on the Gaechka, the Divination Tool of Post-Soviet New Age Sorcery
The text explores the political and economic realities of the imaginary universe where the use of the gaechka (nut bolt fastener), a popular magical tool in Russia, becomes widespread
Sign Of The Times
Sign of the Times # 4. Fragile Gift
Interview with Jun Kitazawa. History Takes to The Skies
Ruslan Nasir AW2022 'My Old Man'
Writer Misha Zakharov reviews Ruslan Nasir’s menswear collection dedicated to an absent father figure
Chto Delat International
what we need to say….
Who are we in the new geographical composition of bodies? Where are we now? Where do we speak from and to whom do we address in a new situation in Russia?
Poetry and Photography online archive.
The announcement of the ongoing archive of literary, visual art works, and the discussion of the reasons for the transition to the Syg.ma platform
Russian female ceramic artists you should know about
The observation of three Russian-born female artists whose approach combines traditional ceramic techniques with clearly topical ideas: female empowerement and Post-Soviet heritage
The Latex I Live In
Interview with Saeborg. How to Find Yourself Through a Second Skin: Freedom on Stage and in Life
Art, Society and War in Contemporary Russia
The exhibition is a gesture of solidarity with the victims of senseless violence consequential of Russia’s appalling act of aggression against Ukraine
TOMIMOTRAVEL. On The Road!
In Search Of The Bus: Travel and Communication. Interview with TOMIMOTRAVEL
Erotic Morality for Anthropocene Feminism
In Anna Moknova’s works, femininity manifests itself as a desirable yet uncanny and indeterminate characteristic negating the very idea of brutality and violence
Michael Goldberg. Father of Japanese Video Art Who Became Its Grandfather. Part 2
The second part of the interview with Michael Goldberg. Video Cocktail, SCAN Gallery, work and relationships with Japanese video artists