Stephan Polejaev’s Photography exhibition “The Ark”

The Ark is the place of salvation of the soul of a living creature, its tranquility and peace. It’s zen. For each of us this place would be different, but for Stepan Polezhaev, an actor of the Arkhangelsk Youth Theater and many-sided talented person, this is Savinsky village in the Arkhangelsk Region. A place where time has stopped and at the same time flows like ...

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Hamlet

Last weekend, at the Arkhangelsk Drama Theater, we had the premiere of a new play by Andrei Timoshenko — “Hamlet”, which opened the 87th theater season. At a press conference on the occasion of the opening of the season, the theater’s chief director Andrei Timoshenko noted that “any production of Hamlet in any city, in any country entails a series of scandals, admiration, rejection, debate ...

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Artem Shubin, a “Wild” artist

Crimean impressionism… Sounds romantic, right? Artem is its brightest representative, and he most often does his work while hiking in the mountains. We talked with him about how he makes his paintings in the mountains and about the most dangerous adventures .

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Myth. Interpretation

Mark Nikitin is young, and I would even say a adolescent Arkhangelsk artist, although he is only a couple of years younger than me.  This Sunday at the library named after N.A. Dobrolyubov, he presented his second exhibition, but it was the first professional one. The first was held at the NArFU Intellectual Center from October 2018 to February 2019 – his pastel student drawings ...

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Vladislav Podoprigora

People call Vlad “modern Aivazovsky”. While he’s almost 24 years old he is the founder of the art Studio “Dislav” and has the opportunity to choose projects with which he wants to work. I met with him during my stay in the Crimea and talked about Yalta, the art community of Crimea and his own art works.

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