International festival will feature marching bands, acrobatics and trick riding
Sanctions have an impact on the humanitarian sphere
How diamonds, disputes and a donkey’s tail reshaped Russian art
On August 12, two young women walked from one side of Moscow to the other carrying a giant iron tube
Creative contacts run into the reality of political confrontation
A living exhibition tells the story of a Soviet star in space
Works by 83 artists from 32 countries offer a global creative vision
An exhibition of Malevich will be this summer’s blockbuster in London
Christie's is presenting Soviet travel posters from the 1930s
Mayor opened the month-long celebration of Russians in New York
The Museum Geek Festival brings together multimedia projects from all over the country
The winners of the Russia4Brits competition are announced in London
The bicentennial celebration of Lermontov’s life and work places emphasis on shared cultural values as a means to resolving diplomatic differences
American photos displayed in St. Petersburg as exhibition on Siberia travels the U.S.
Outside the little Wartski jewelers’ shop in Mayfair, there is a queue...
This year’s event will feature concerts, Lermontov readings and a spring ball
A new exhibition explores the cult of personality surrounding Lenin and Stalin
Some of Russia’s top classical musicians and dramatists will appear in the United States this spring through a festival organized by Russian emigre.
Paralympic opening events show that Russia has come a long way, even if there is still far to go
Images from Russian history and culture marked the opening ceremonies