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At the beginning of July, the Russian government re-tire-d a form of folk art dear to many: the lawn tire.
Molly Gartland’s The Girl from the Hermitage follows the turns of fate over nearly a century of a single family in St. Petersburg, whose lives are forever altered by a portrait assignment.
Are you a Moscow Maniac or a Petersburg Patrician? It's time to take a side!
Alien or art? Scary sculptures are invading Kurgan.
In the Soviet period, artists were treated with esteem and lived comfortably, but their privileged position also required sacrifice.
A Russian nine-year-old is in the spotlight for inspiring a new stuffed animal for Ikea.
One person’s problem becomes another person’s easel. An artist takes on his city’s sidewalk problems with a bit of porcelain creativity. One person can make a difference.
The Museum Ludwig in Cologne, Germany, is turning a negative into a positive: breaking art world taboos by launching a major new exhibition on Russian art fakes it has unearthed within its own walls.
Slavic folklore sports a spooky old crone that just might give you a costume idea this Halloween.
A famous Chinese artist was so inspired by his visit to the Hermitage, that he created a whole exhibit.
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