The Russian avant-garde is all the rage in London this year. As the unprecedented cultural showcase brings a collection of artistic gems to the capital, get savvy with our guide: three artworks that best represent this period.
This Halloween walk follows further ghostly footsteps through the streets of Whitechapel.
An immersion into the opulence of upper class nineteenth century Russia, Onegin is a tragic tale of two lovers who get their timing all wrong.
Gogol's epic poem in prose Dead Souls adapted for the theatre by Victor Sobchak.
What to look out for this week: Institut Francais, Grimaldi Gavin, The Bussey Building, and Brockley Jack. Tattoos, suicide in Stalin's Russia... the Devil causes chaos in Moscow.
New exhibition at Alon Zakaim celebrates painter Oleg Tselkov’s 80th birthday.
Reincarnation of Nikolai Erdman’s “The Suicide” .