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 The beauty of art is that it doesn’t take much to create. All one needs is imagination and a medium – paint, clay, fabric, or in the case of Russian artist Asya Kozina, ... Continue reading >>

“Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before.” – Edgar Allan Poe, The Raven. Good art promises to make you ... Continue reading >>

Black, white, and red all over: Nikita Kaun’s magical prints are dark twisted fantasies of nymphs and warrior women, with the occasional skull or terrifying teddy bear. The self-taught Russian artist incorporates imagery ... Continue reading >>

Lyubomir Sergeev, or for short, Lubo, is a digital artist, photographer and well-established force in the advertising world, with crisp, haunting and timeless imagery that makes viewers feel elated, vulnerable and inspired. Whether ... Continue reading >>

Masha Demianova is a somewhat reluctant figure in what’s been dubbed “The New East”— or similarly, “Contemporary Russia.” While humble about her work, and the raw female power that audiences extract from it, ... Continue reading >>