After growing tired of city life, Yuri Alekseyev left Moscow for an underground woodland hut. Photographer Pavel Volkov shoots him in his self-made home.
After the attack on Sergei Skripal in Salisbury, Jeremy Corbyn called for ‘a decisive and proportionate response’. That's perfectly reasonable, thanks.
In June 1977, American photographer Nathan Farb travelled to Siberia with his black and white Polaroid camera. Now, a new show at The Wende Museum is dusting off his archive.
Vitaliy Raskalov overcame his fear of heights by scaling the world’s tallest buildings, ignoring any need for safety, until he found a new path in life.
To mark his role in the latest First Layer film from Vans, we caught up with the UK rider to talk routines, run-ins with the police and why he thinks of the snowboarding community as one big happy family.
In ‘Moscow Kiss’, photographer Jon Cuadros presents a whirlwind snapshot of the city, compiling stories that would otherwise go untold.
Photographer Reiner Riedler uncovers the enduring charm of a once-renowned cultural force, opening himself up to the power of exploration.
The Russian activist reveals all in Riot Days – her shocking new memoir detailing prison life, protests, and the rise of Pussy Riot. Read an extract here.
A new show at London’s Tate Modern uncovers the history of political Soviet art – from leaflets and banners to propaganda posters and periodicals.
After finding his first camera in a skip, Petr Barabakaa has been photographing the streets as only a skater could: fleeting and accident prone.
Photographer Anna Milokumova meets queer couples in Russia who exist and resist in a political landscape keen to see them fail.
Nomadic photographer Gianluca Pardelli hitched his way around the former Soviet Union, searching for identity in a cultural vacuum.