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Nostalgia and False Notions of Empire: The (un)historical rise of the right in Hungary

Nostalgia and False Notions of Empire: the (un)historical rise of the right in Hungary By: Alexis M. Zimberg Originally published in the Spring 2013 edition of The Hidden Transcript, an international affairs magazine sponsored by Simon Fraser University and the [...]

August 2, 2013 The Street
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Flickering flame: remembering street art pioneer Pasha 183

Pasha 183, who died this week, won international fame with his beautiful murals and witty installations. Alexis Zimberg remembers the life and work of one of Russia’s most important street artists. Text: Alexis Zimberg Image: Courtesy of www.183art.ru Pavel Pukhov, one of [...]

April 23, 2013 The Street
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Moscow’s Merry Pranksters

A great deal has taken place since the Muscovite awakening of 4 december 2011: the Presidential Election, Pussy Riot’s impromptu political concerts resulting in a crackdown trial that sent its front-women to remote prison camps, a devastating flood in the country’s south, [...]

December 11, 2012 Graffiti, The Street