All posts by Vera Pechenkina

8 Powerful Environmental Artists Change Your Mind About Earth

The fact that contemporary art attracts many intellectual people gives artists a chance to explain their ideas, find allies and bring his ideas into reality for better future of Earth. Next 8 artist found their inspiration in high goals of making up global environmental issues.

/ September 12, 2017

Red Star Over Russia: How New Exhibition In London Uncovers Soviet Art

Back in 2014 UK got known of Russian art of one of the most turbulent periods in twentieth century history. Now, Tate Modern announced a new exhibition dedicated to the political visual art of Russia and the Soviet Union. What’s the occasion?

/ September 4, 2017

10 Contemporary Performance Artists Shaking Up The Art Market

The Digital Era brings us to the new world of total communication, where the problem of art-and-audience connection is still questionable. Here we have 10 contemporary artists who question issues of modern society and they come up not with kitchen debates but real acts.

/ August 28, 2017

‘David Bowie Is’: How The Record-Breaking Exhibition Reflects Ziggy’s Career

The exhibition is the first international retrospective of Bowie's extraordinary career. The V&A has recently announced that it is the most-visited show in the Museum’s 164-year history. Why the show is so attractive?

/ August 28, 2017

Ordos Kangbashi: Inside The China’s Brand New Ghost Town

A group of skateboarders explored Mongolia and grinded "a ghost town" called Ordos. But Ordos of Kangbashi district is different from typical abandoned place, and is planned as one of the most progressive cities of China. Is Ordos a city of future or an empty skatepark?

/ August 22, 2017

Blade Diary: Pietro Firrincieli Revives Freedom With Blade Culture

While skaters and cyclists become an everlasting part of pop culture representation, bladers came to background. Italian photographer Pietro Firrincieli wants to show the gritty reality of the Blading scene to the world through his book, Blade Diary. He shows that the culture of bladers is more...

/ August 22, 2017

Born This Way Foundation: How Lady Gaga And Monsters Fight For Mental Wellness

Led by pop singer Lady Gaga and her mother Cynthia Germanotta, Born This Way Foundation was founded in 2012. The goal of the foundation is to create a kinder and braver world.

/ August 17, 2017

Iranian Aliens Project: Young People For Grassroots Revolution

Young creative people are looking for new ways to rebel in the hardline regime of Iran. Alex Pierce travelled to the strict Islamic country to observe and learn the rising underground subculture of Iranian Aliens.

/ August 14, 2017

Laibach In Pyongyang: The Story Of The First North Korean Rock Concert

Could you imagine avant-garde industrial band on the scene of North Korea, the most closed country of the world? No kidding, Laibach became the first-ever Western rock group to perform in North Korea's capital, Pyongyang.

/ August 8, 2017