Let’s Talk About Art…

Dear art fans, I hope you have not yet fallen into hibernation, and are ready to assess my humble collection of art events. Realists, I am calling to you! Check out the most shockingly genuine exhibition of the year: 1. The Reverse Side of the Industrial World in Art Those, who prefer something more extravagant, … Continue reading

Pros and Cons of Being Multilingual

various languages

Everybody knows that speaking several languages is an advantage. Being multilingual was always considered to be a form of wit. However, rarely anyone questions its benefits. Are there any unpleasant consequences of being multilingual, and can it have any negative impact on your life? Let’s try to answer these questions, and discover what lies underneath the … Continue reading

Hello My Name is No: A Bitchslap to the Modern Society

mackevich mickey mouse

Among all the European cities, paying the credit to the contemporary art, Barcelona is one of the greatest. Someday, wandering around, and searching for such big names as Gaudi and Dali, you will suddenly stumble upon a real jewel of art. You will open your mouth in admiration, and utter, “This is it!” For me, … Continue reading

Out of the Tourist Track: London Taj Mahal

Hindu Temple London

If you’ve already managed to see all the major sights in London, but you’re still eager to explore the best of it, why not to try something extraordinary? One of my favourite places of interests is an Hindu temple – Mandir, standing right in the heart of Neasden, North West London. Is a real castle, … Continue reading

I’m Flying to London to Shit on the Goverment

Porn Cartoon

A glimpse into contemporary art in Glasgow We already discussed the ambiguous essence of the modern art in one of my recent posts about Saatchi Gallery. However, while thinking about it I also recalled a really funny exhibition, that I had the chance to see in February 2011 in the Gallery of Contemporary Art in Glasgow. I … Continue reading

8 Most Gorgeous Sunsets

I have to confess I admire the dawns. Whatever rubbish I hear about sunsets bearing some kind of negative energy, it does not bother me much. So, whenever I see it, I reach for my pocket camera and try to capture the indescribable beauty of the descending sun. But, you have to see it with … Continue reading

Staying in Eastbourne: Incredible Poshness of the “Grand Hotels”

море и песок

In the middle of Summer some of us might start thinking about alternative routes to the seaside. Brighton, the closest sea resort to London, is already becoming a sore in the eye. How about going a few miles further and finding yourself in less crowded but still incredibly pleasant Eastbourne in East Sussex? The road … Continue reading

Japanese Walks in London

Japanese Garden

When the first sparkles of sunshine are kissing your skin, you start wondering around the city in search for a good portion of fresh air and positive emotions. Forget about Brighton with its pebble beach and Hyde Park with people occupying every millimetre of the green grass. Don´t miss the opportunity to discover! If you … Continue reading

Verona: Marketing from Shakespeare

When Shakespeare wrote his famous play, he could hardly predict that the tragedy of two unhappy lovers would turn into a brilliant marketing campaign and eternal source of income for this small but very beautiful city. Would he be ashamed to see what is happening in a modern Verona? Truly, this town has a lot … Continue reading

The Country of Leaning Towers

Pisa, the city in Tuscany, Central Italy, became one of the most popular touristic destinations thanks to its famous leaning tower. In your childish delusion you would probably think that this is the only construction in the world with such a unique architecture. However, the truth is that building leaning towers, churches and houses in Italy seems to be … Continue reading

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