Antalya Archeological Museum

In mid-October, while on vacation in Antalya, I wanted to visit the local center of culture and art (Antalya Kültür Sanat). By chance, my friends brought me to this Archeological Museum instead of exhibitions of contemporary Istanbul artists. The first thought was: “for what?” — I’m not a fan of looking at antiquities. However, I was delighted with the Museum and its collection, and did ...

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Galleries of contemporary art in Saint Petersburg

St. Petersburg is one of the largest cultural centers in Russia. This city hosts hundreds of different events every day in different locations: from houses of culture to centers, galleries, museums and non-traditional cultural events spaces.

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“The Reverse Side” by Alexander Sukhin

I visited this exhibition in early October, even before my vacation in Turkey. For understandable professional and everyday reasons that always arise before a vacation, no matter how you prepare for it, it was not possible to write and publish this post on Alexander Sukhin’s exhibition “The Other Side” on time. At first I was worried and sad, but now I’m even glad – the ...

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On Theater by Roland Barthes

Roland Barthes is a French philosopher and literary critic who is considered to be one of the largest representatives of French structuralism. His full-text works “Writing Degree Zero”, “S/Z”, “Mythologies”, “The Fashion system”, as well as the article “The Death of the Author” – this is what first comes to mind or falls out in Google when Barthes is mentioned.

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