DETAILS Excerpts from our research about art, cities and travel
PEOPLE Interviews with participants of our programmes, researchers and Muscovites of interest
CONTEXT Special materials about art, design, music, architecture and city life
STORIES About the past, present and future of Moscow and its inhabitants
MUSEUM PHOTO ESSAYS Photo and video materials from Moscow museums
Interview with an anthropologist of architecture Michal Murawski about his relationship with Moscow, particularities of the city’s development and the exhibition co-curated by Michal at the Schusev Museum of Architecture dedicated to Park Zaryadye.
The museum represents one of the biggest natural-science collections in Russia. It contains public exhibits representing almost every type of fossil organism. Its history goes back to the first public museum in our country – the “Kunstkammer” founded by Peter the Great in 1714.
In the upcoming series of essays, we shall discuss how artists rethink the city landscape and map their sensual (and sensory) experience. We’ll start our research with the smell – the sense regarded as the most isolated one from esthetic perception and the arts.
An association of cooks, artists and designers Cookushka is cooking at the studio of Roman Manikhin.