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Selma Selman is the Bosnian artist breaking down cars, washing machines, and the patriarchy

Selma Selman is the Bosnian artist breaking down cars, washing machines, and the patriarchy

How the playful portraiture of 100-year-old Valentina Rusu Ciobanu captured a century of Moldovan life

How the playful portraiture of 100-year-old Valentina Rusu Ciobanu captured a century of Moldovan life

Komikaze: the Croatian comic books carrying the legacy of the Yugoslav underground

Komikaze: the Croatian comic books carrying the legacy of the Yugoslav underground

As Lukashenko clings to power, a new initiative seeks to retrain Belarus’ riot police as computer programmers

As Lukashenko clings to power, a new initiative seeks to retrain Belarus’ riot police as computer programmers

The Kosovan painter capturing Yugoslavia’s socialist architecture beyond time and space

The Kosovan painter capturing Yugoslavia’s socialist architecture beyond time and space

How Soviet artist Anna Andreeva found freedom from state censors in fabric

How Soviet artist Anna Andreeva found freedom from state censors in fabric

How one photographer swapped priesthood for a life shooting Russia’s spiritual landscapes

How one photographer swapped priesthood for a life shooting Russia’s spiritual landscapes

Seizing the memes of production: philosopher Srećko Horvat on play in modern politics

Seizing the memes of production: philosopher Srećko Horvat on play in modern politics

From the ground up: the battle to transform Ukraine’s unloved buildings with cutting-edge design

From the ground up: the battle to transform Ukraine’s unloved buildings with cutting-edge design

In search of the essential: the life and music of Hungarian composer György Kurtág

In search of the essential: the life and music of Hungarian composer György Kurtág

Enter the honey-hued world of Georgia’s rising photographer — Luka Khabelashvili 

Enter the honey-hued world of Georgia’s rising photographer — Luka Khabelashvili 

The tragedy and heartbreak behind Russian pop triumph Mirèle

The tragedy and heartbreak behind Russian pop triumph Mirèle

From sketches to stage design, Franciszka Themerson’s improvised witty visuals knew no bounds

From sketches to stage design, Franciszka Themerson’s improvised witty visuals knew no bounds

Teresa Pągowska’s restrained postwar art celebrates female bodies on unprimed canvas

Teresa Pągowska’s restrained postwar art celebrates female bodies on unprimed canvas

‘We use art to cope with uncomfortable situations.’ The collective putting Serbia’s mental health crisis on canvas

‘We use art to cope with uncomfortable situations.’ The collective putting Serbia’s mental health crisis on canvas

‘Goofy, free, imperfect.’ How the 80s forged an aesthetic for Kate NV

‘Goofy, free, imperfect.’ How the 80s forged an aesthetic for Kate NV

Inspired by space dreams, Maria Teriaeva’s enchanting synth-pop is a soothing balm for strange times

Inspired by space dreams, Maria Teriaeva’s enchanting synth-pop is a soothing balm for strange times

How a former Vice TV host came to launch Serbia’s most successful podcast

How a former Vice TV host came to launch Serbia’s most successful podcast

The dark glamour of Tamara de Lempicka’s paintings

The dark glamour of Tamara de Lempicka’s paintings

Unite or disappear: Russian media startup ‘istories’ wants journalists to join forces — before it’s too late

Unite or disappear: Russian media startup ‘istories’ wants journalists to join forces — before it’s too late