Having grown up in an era of overweening ambition, Misha dreamed of nothing else but living in a big city. In 2003 he left his village for Moscow, ready to conquer the world. Years later, he realized that the world is not enough for his Russian soul, so he came back and settled in a quiet Russian village to play his harmonica and raise his three children.
This is the first of Liza’s (Elizaveta Dygdanova) solo projects with a loud name “Protest”, that has caused quite a stir among the savvy.
Anna Novikova profiles Yaroslavl artist Valeriy Selin, a color blind painter living in a black and white world. The Argophilia “Faces of Russia” series.
Coming to the Kremlin Museums April 1st, the exhibition “Jewels Inspired by Nature. Ilgiz F.” will reveal the masterful work of Ilgiz Fazulzyanov, contemporary Russian jeweler. On display will be artworks from the period 1996 until 2016, some of which are world renowned masterpieces.