Inside Out, a photography exhibition featuring work by six artists from the Baltic states and Russia, opens tomorrow in London.
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Russian charitable foundation Reach Out yesterday launched Open List, a Wikipedia-style online database of victims of political repression during the Soviet era (1917 — 1991).
Left-wing media outlets in Croatia have claimed that Culture Minister Zlatko Hasanbegović has purposefully cut state funding for left-wing and non-profit media.
Media freedom in the Balkans is in decline, according to a report published today by watchdog Freedom House.
Moscow’s Park Kultury metro station is set to exhibit works from the Tretyakov Gallery collection, including those by avant-garde artists Natalia Goncharova, Wassily Kandinsky and Aristarkh Lentulov.
Zaha Hadid Architects have won an international contest to design a building for a technopark in Moscow, said to be the Russian capital’s answer to Silicon Valley.