Monthly Archives: April 2014
Who could have imagined that the boy will be coming one day to Moscow as a foreigner, more or less?
This was a very unusual exhibition; very surreal, indeed. The exhibition held in the separate branch of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, dedicated to the ‘private collections’, was presenting the social art-books, so called ‘livre d`artiste’ created by carious … Continue reading
It wasn’t allowed to take pictures at this exhibition (usually this museum does not mind, but this even had a status of an ‘exhibition” for some reasons, this overrules the otherwise permissive practice). I’ve bought a catalogue, and later … Continue reading
I wrote, already in March, that we’ve been invited again by our regular client, Moscow-based CRM company called Connexions (they had been bought by large Finish Itella few years ago, so it is now Itella-Connexions. It is already the third … Continue reading