Once a psychiatric clinic, the Art Brut Center Gugging now serves as a museum exhibiting the works of some of the world’s best self-taught artists
The former reality television host is the daughter of Anatoly Sobchak, the first democratically elected mayor of St. Petersburg and the former boss of President Vladimir Putin
In Connecticut, works by some of the most notable architects of the 20th century are hiding in plain sight. Take the wheel for this sightseeing tour
The collapse of Otkritie is third most expensive collapse of a Russian bank in modern history.
Residents who remain are asked to help foreign visitors and avoid fights with the large groups of fans watching the games in bars
The legendary punk musician Iggy Pop is performing in Moscow this week as part of the world tour for his Post Pop Depression album.
A new Smithsonian Folklife Project, Forklife, traces the journeys of immigrant food traditions taking root in the United States
Pavlensky’s wife will meanwhile remain in custody.
“Isn’t it beautiful when a man of such great power sexually harasses you?”
Autumn in Moscow is always a time of openings and premieres, on the dining scene as much as on stages and in museums. Here’s a variety of new places, from a spot to grab a cup of Joe to restaurants serving more elaborate cuisines.
Pavel Durov said he had received 200 offers, including from famous lawyers who were prepared to defend Telegram pro bono
CNN, Voices of America, and Radio Liberty are all included in the list. The names of the two other outlets have not been disclosed.
Serebrennikov alleged during the hearing that for several years, he had been tailed by intelligence agents