Hear from the curators behind the ongoing Arctic Art Forum about their takes on major issues affecting the region.
Space Dogs explores the lives of Moscow street dogs past and present, including the ones used in the Soviet space program.
Leading up to the July 1 election — which would allow Vladimir Putin to remain president through 2036 — queer people have been disturbingly targeted.
After sharing feminist and LGBTQ-friendly art on social media, 26-year-old theater director Yulia Tsvetkova has been placed under house arrest, fined, and accused of distributing “propaganda of non-traditional sexual relations among minors.”
The Coming World is an ambitious portrait of a dark future in which the world has run out of its resources, but still hasn’t found a way to “Planet B.”
The Moscow International Experimental Film Festival creates an experience of genuine kino pravda.
Unsuspecting visitors apparently mistook the thief for a gallery employee.
Saudi Arabia’s financial prominence in the arts has been under active evaluation in the weeks following journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance.
There were at least two things Americans should have banned outright in the 1970s when they had the chance: asbestos and Donald Trump.
Susan Pack’s Film Posters of the Russian Avant-Garde celebrates the experimental film posters from the pre-Stalin Soviet Union.
I don’t just see the images as documents of atrocity. I also see them as aesthetic, and that doesn’t sit easily. Indeed, it feels immoral. It feels wrong.
Ambassador Andrey Karlov was killed by an off-duty police officer who, after firing the fatal shots, shouted, “Don’t forget Aleppo. Don’t forget Syria.”