Articles by Maximilian Gill

Exhibit Takes Look at 'Day in the Life of a Child'

A photography exhibit that aims to confront the public with issues facing children in contemporary Russia is now on at the Classical Photography Gallery in Moscow.

Director: Crowdfunding Marks a New Era for Artists

Independent American film director Gary Huswit spoke to a packed audience at the Polytechnic Institute on Monday about "crowdfunding," the Internet phenomenon that is revolutionizing the media industry.

Expats Join Up to Create Postcards for Moscow

Finding a postcard in Moscow that captures the atmosphere and delights of living in Russia is almost impossible, even among the myriad souvenir shops that line Arbat. At best, an uninspiring shot of Red Square or Christ the Savior Cathedral will be settled for in an attempt to dispel impressions at home that Moscow is no more than a gray Soviet wasteland.

Stage Fright Sensation 'Ghost Stories' Premiers

London West End smash hit "Ghost Stories" has shifted to Moscow in hopes of terrifying audiences here.

Gallery Shows 20 Years of Moscow Times Photos

The work of Moscow Times photographers has been honored at one of the capital's major art galleries.

'Homemade Russia' Opens Red October Gallery

Red October, Moscow's island retreat for the hip and cultured, has added another string to its bow with the opening of the Red October Gallery.

Politics, Orthodoxy a Potent Mix at Winzavod

Chaos ruled at the opening of an exhibition of "real icons" inspired by Pussy Riot, resulting in the arrest of nine protesters.