Tag Archives: gryasnaya galereya


a last (re)view

A month and a half have already passed since I’ve returned from my trip to the world’s biggest country, Russia. It hasn’t been as easy-going as I’d wished it to be, though I’ve seen wonderful things and met wonderful people … Aside from the fact […]

Ulica Marata

Politics, sleepless nights and other cliches

We’re nearly at the middle of August. It’s somewhat what we expect from summer. It’s sticky, hot and I can’t sleep … Well, summer for Russians usually begins in April – though it might be snowing and lakes and rivers are still frozen, it may […]

Going down, deep and deeper …

I am here now for nearly a month (by “here” I mean Saint Petersburg, Russia …). Right at that time, when I had the feeling life’s getting back to its usual track I’ve been kidnapped today … Not that I have been lazy – I […]

Mysterium Vegetatum or how to build an island

My first week in Russia is over now (not counting the one I spent here in April). Time’s rushing fast and surprising things happening all around. Just last weekend I was to witness a very special performance here at Grysnaya Galereya: Mysterium Vegetatum. Mysterium Vegetatum […]

Welcome again, Russia!

I’ve made it: After spending 36 hours on the train from I’ve reached my final destination Saint Petersburg. What a joy! After my first flying visit in April this is now the second time I’ve come to this still exotic place. I would like to […]