Read the second article of our “No Fear” series looking into Russian artists protesting the country’s politics, this time focusing on performance art.
Welcome to our new series No Fear, highlighting Russian contemporary artists and projects struggling with censorship and propaganda, accompanied by exclusive artworks. Read our editor Polina Korneeva’s intro to revolting musicians you should definitely check out.
Photographers Peter Culoe and Victoria Vi share their latest red-tinted edgy fashion editorial.
Tracing the interplays of the wild youth and their habitats, Paulina Masevnina captures the elusive influences oscillating between the two.
By combining digital photography with oil-on-glass painting, the Russian photographer Daria Amaranth creates a dreamy editorial titled “Delusion.”
Russian photographer Evgenia Merrick explores the conflict of mainstream beauty standards and androgyny in her latest editorial.
Bogdan Shirokov’s pictures are mostly about fashion and recycling, mixing high fashion, classic sportswear and vintage pieces in the raw Russian streets.
Paulina Masevnina takes us to the spring countryside, a place of awakening wet soil, budding trees, and earthy fragrance of mud-covered fields. Wake up and sprout and soak in the sun as well.
Enter the universe of the Russian tattoo artist Victor Zabuga and let his eccentric inks confront you with their candidness.
An outsider’s reflection of Eastern identity through the Russian cityscape. Join Matyáš Viktora to explore the Russian contemporary culture through a camera lense.
Like a kaleidoscope of vibrant colours and scattered objects contrasted with nude body and white wax, Sasha Chaika’s photos compose a story of everyday sensitivity.
Moscow GIF artist Sasha Katz knits digital loops of binary codes and powder pink flowers.