Continuation of the two-volume book first published by Artguide Editions in 2014. Book three presents the works created from 2015 to 2021. Among them are the artist's first albums of 1975-1976 as well as some recent illustrations for various book projects. Every series is accompanied by liner notes from Viktor Pivovarov in Russian and English.
A fascinating behind-the-scenes look at the inner workings of the Met Museum: how its director Thomas Hoving developed relations with curators and custodians, collectors and trustees, as well as the American elite of the 60s and 70s.
The book was published in Russian, English and Arabic for the opening of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in 2021. The book explores Qatari cuisine, its tastes and aromas. Noof Al-Marri, the chef of the Desert Rose restaurant (of the National Museum of Qatar in Doha), shares her favourite recipes.
A book by the Moscow collector Alexander Kronik "A Visa to Another World" dedicated to the life of the nonconformist artist Oscar Rabin, described in full for the first time -- from his youth in Latvia, his formative years in Lianozovo and participation in the "Bulldozer Exhibition" to emigration to Paris and death in Florence.
"Don’t be shy" features 169 post-Soviet pop-hits, ones that almost every Russian citizen knows by heart (and not always by one's own free will, mind you). The story of each song is told by the architects of its success: artists, composers, poets, producers and music video directors. Funny anecdotes, random insights and artful recipes weave a rich history of Russian pop-culture of the last 30 years: from Car-Man to Morgenstern.
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