Articles by Elena Fuetsch



Photographs Capture Diversity of Rural Russians

Photographer Anastasia Khoroshilova experiments with two extremes in her two exhibitions, "Russkiye," at the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, and "Exercises," at the Stella Art Foundation.

Historian Puts Russian Private Living on Display

With his bright orange cravat and brooch, Alexandre Vassiliev seems to be straight out of 17th-century France.

"Antidote" Heals Office Woes

Performance group Liquid Theatre show an energized office that is as wild as the circus and comes complete with laughs and acrobatics.

Mexico in Moscow

Mexican art, food, architecture and music head to Moscow for a monthlong festival.

Early Morning Call To Watch Elections

Democrats Abroad will hold what they hope is a celebration party.

Fashion Week Sees Russian Designers Dominate

Long-legged men and women will slip in and out of their clothes as fast as they can close to the Kremlin, as Moscow Fashion Week takes over Gostiny Dvor and dozens of designers from Russia and abroad show off next year's spring and summer collections.

Artist Shuns Modern Art in Favor of Old School

British artist Michael Sayles goes back to ""old school"" techniques without sacrificing originality in his current exposition, ""The Black Drawings,"" at the CafО des Artistes restaurant. Currently, 47 works of Sayles' decorate the walls of the restaurant.

Women Urged to 'Latch On' Round the World

It's rare to see a woman take her breast out in public in Moscow. This is a big problem, according to the organizers of the International Breastfeeding Challenge 2008.