Cammie Tipton-Amini’s opinion piece “When Ukraine Was Newly Independent and Everything Was Possible” employs simplistic whataboutism that dangerously echoes Putin’s lies.
Aleksey Yudnikov placed a photo of President Putin’s face over his crotch and performed in front of the empty Russian pavilion.
The Guggenheim Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Modern Art are among the many that have benefited from Kremlin-backed wealth.
From Norway to Mexico, street artists paint murals calling to end the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The museum is considering replacing the wax, which has been damaged by visitors, with a statue of Putin’s nemesis, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
More than 17,000 artists and cultural workers sounded the message: “No to War!”
“We’ve been screaming into the void for years,” said artist Luba Drozd, who’s been active in raising awareness about the crisis in her home country.
The Russian president held a televised meeting with his advisors around another unusually long table, sparking another torrent of satirical memes.
The exchange may have been a diplomatic failure, but it has yielded one of the best memes of the year so far.
Thanks to the pandemic, the museum may be on the verge of shutting its doors just when Europe needs its Russian ambassador more than ever.
In Russia, high schoolers have massively taken to TikTok to express their support of Alexei Navalny, the resolute opposition leader most feared by the Kremlin.
Activists in Russia are protesting the recent order by Russian authorities to destroy a digital print by the art collective Rodina.