Diana Vishneva will soon be in London with the Mariinsky Ballet. But performing on stage is only one of the things on her to-do list

Russian-speaking art dealer and collector James Butterwick has a mission: making sure Russian art gets the credit it deserves 

What makes a 19th century Russian satirist so popular on 21st century stages?

Gogol’s biting satire gets the 1970s treatment 

Eisenstein, Tarkovsky and Bondarchuk: the second part of our series of Russian cinema takes us back to the USSR

Tate Modern tackles the Russian avant garde with an ambitious retrospective on one of his founding fathers. And it doesn’t disappoint

Russian musicians perform a programme including classic and original compositions 

A renowned orchestra from St Petersburg performs Beethoven, Saint-Saëns and Tchaikovsky in London 

Fashion historian Amber Jane Butchart traces the evolution of style in Soviet fashion 

Photographer Georgui Pinkhassov, whose work is currently showing at the Magnum Print Room in London, reveals how historical and cultural ties add colour to photographs