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Post-Soviet Graffiti

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[VICE] The Silent Protest of Post-Soviet Graffiti

In December, Post-Soviet Graffiti was featured by Vice Magazine! Click here for the original article and scroll down to enjoy the full piece.  The Silent Protest of Post-Soviet Graffiti By Abby Ronner — Dec 29 2015 Graffiti is an artform with a long [...]

January 17, 2016 The Street
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The Russian Anti-Olympic Protest that Putin Doesn’t Want You to Know About

On Valentine’s Day, the Russian authorities arrested a man named Asker Sokht. Sokht is a prominent member of the Circassian ethnic minority, many of whom are protesting the Olympic Games in Sochi, a city that is part of their ancestral homeland. What’s remarkable, though, [...]

May 31, 2014 The Street
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Artful dodgers: urban interventionists Partizaning are taking back the streets

On a perfect summer day in Moscow the volunteer collective of art historians, street artists and activists known as Partizaning took the metro down to the suburb of Troparevo-Nikulino. There, at the southwestern end of the ornate Sokolnicheskaya line, they [...]

March 11, 2013 The Street