Photographs taken by Nosilov at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.
Use your imagination to interpret Russsian nation's soul, admiring these pics. Today in Image'n'Nation: The paintings by Nikolai Makarov, depicting ballerinas in numerous Degas-like poses and variations on stage and behind the curtain, brilliantly capture the artist’s current subject of dance.
There are more than 50 theaters in Moscow. Theater buffs are bound to find something to their liking in the Russian capital, whether they are visiting for a few days or making Moscow their home for a few years.
A sale of Russian art, icons and Faberge bejeweled items which took place on Nov. 27 at the MacDougall's auction house sold pieces belonging to the Russian art heritage for a total of £9 million
Boris Solomatin, the creator of these works, knows how to peer into the past and parallel worlds. In his hands, a simple camera transforms into a machine that pierces time and space.
It’s not just well known actors with Russian heritage. Some of Hollywood’s most influential founders came from Russia
More than 4,000 pieces of Faberge's work on display in new, private museum backed by Viktor Vekselberg
On the eve of Russian Art Week in London, Catherine McDougall, founder of MacDougall’s Auction House, told about the trends in the sale of paintings
Art is life for the Cossack artist, Maxim Ilinov. He paints and writes hip hop songs.
A private Russian collector purchased paintings by Robert Falk and Pyotr Konchalovsky ahead of a Sotheby’s auction
More than ten years ago, the Moscow artist Leonid Tishkov created a light object in the shape of the Moon. Calling his project "A Private Moon", Leonid Tishkov started his journey. Everything started from the roof of his workshop in the south of Moscow and then Paris. The poetic photographs document this years-old artistic performance.
How art therapy is helping Russian prisons and armed forces
Luis Ricardo Simoes is a Portuguese artist. Today, he is sketching the streets of Tokyo and Japanese children. Yesterday, he drew scenes in China and Mongolia. He has also painted in Italy, Finland, Latvia, Estonia, and, of course, Russia. In the artist’s own words, he fell in love with Saint Petersburg: “In its canals and miniskirts, the most beautiful churches in the world…they are Russia.”
JonOne, a famous Street Art artist from Paris, has come to Moscow to transform the classic Soviet car VAZ-2101 (Kopeika) into a modern art object.
British director Peter Greenaway will set up a multimedia-installation for the event featuring over 400 Russian avant-garde masterpieces
Following the exhibition in the United States: The Mimi Ferzt Gallery in New York hosted an exhibition of art by Mikhail Shemyakin entitled “Sidewalks of Paris.” An unusual technique, the ability to see the story in everything, an artistic form—these are the components for the success of Mikhail Shemyakin’s new works.
The jeweler Ilgiz Gazulzyanov is better known abroad than he is in Russia. For instance, he twice won the International Jewellery Design Excellence Award. His works are sold around the world, including at Christie’s Auction. RBTH’s video correspondent spent some time in the jeweler’s workshop and found out his secrets.
Russia’s top politicians—including Putin—are avid artists, whose paintings and photographs have fetched millions at an annual St. Petersburg charity auction
Mitki, a St. Petersburg association of artists, presents new artwork aimed at eliminating the split between Westernizers and Slavophiles in Russian society through artistic endeavors