Arthur House

Arthur House is the former Deputy Editor of The Calvert Journal. He has led feature writing workshops for young journalists in Russia and Georgia. Arthur writes about art and culture for titles including 1843 and Apollo. You can read some of his recent work here.

Star chefs: ten culinary wizards putting eastern European food on the map

Star chefs: ten culinary wizards putting eastern European food on the map

Pavel Pepperstein work to go on show in London crypt

Pavel Pepperstein work to go on show in London crypt

Road trip: follow our inspirational journey through the Caucasus mountains to the top of the world

Road trip: follow our inspirational journey through the Caucasus mountains to the top of the world

Drinking the sun: 526 good reasons why Georgia is the wine region you need to discover now

Drinking the sun: 526 good reasons why Georgia is the wine region you need to discover now

Watch Fiordmoss’ horror-inspired video Motherland

Watch Fiordmoss’ horror-inspired video Motherland

Yevgeniy Fiks show exploring Soviet homosexuality to open in New York

Yevgeniy Fiks show exploring Soviet homosexuality to open in New York

Berghain residents to play Belgrade this Friday

Berghain residents to play Belgrade this Friday

Opinion: London’s nightlife is dying. We should look to eastern Europe for the future of clubbing

Opinion: London’s nightlife is dying. We should look to eastern Europe for the future of clubbing

First ever Erik Bulatov sculptures to go on show in France

First ever Erik Bulatov sculptures to go on show in France

Moldovan artist to perform in London vegetable allotment

Moldovan artist to perform in London vegetable allotment

Elon Musk’s super-fast tube travel may be coming to Moscow

Elon Musk’s super-fast tube travel may be coming to Moscow

Pro-Kremlin pundit recites lewd limerick about Turkish president live on air

Pro-Kremlin pundit recites lewd limerick about Turkish president live on air

The Last One

The Last One

Soldier on: watch the online premiere of this beautifully poignant short film about a lonely war vet

Soldier on: watch the online premiere of this beautifully poignant short film about a lonely war vet

Letter from: Budapest, where the future of the past hangs in the balance

Letter from: Budapest, where the future of the past hangs in the balance

Russian rocket blasts Mars probe into space

Russian rocket blasts Mars probe into space

Calvin Klein ad investigated by Russian police

Calvin Klein ad investigated by Russian police

Samara photographers turn potholes into toy battlefields

Samara photographers turn potholes into toy battlefields

Russian foreign tourism fell by nearly a third in 2015

Russian foreign tourism fell by nearly a third in 2015

State of the art: rethinking Yugoslavia, the dictatorship that embraced conceptualism

State of the art: rethinking Yugoslavia, the dictatorship that embraced conceptualism

Taiga tales: letter from a Siberian techno festival

Taiga tales: letter from a Siberian techno festival

Exhibition space: how the greatest show on earth is counting down to lift-off

Exhibition space: how the greatest show on earth is counting down to lift-off

Russian billionaire pledges $100 m to find extraterrestrial life

Russian billionaire pledges $100 m to find extraterrestrial life

Turning the tables: Olia Hercules says everything you know about eastern European food is wrong

Turning the tables: Olia Hercules says everything you know about eastern European food is wrong

Beasts from the east: think you know your animals? Take our quiz

Beasts from the east: think you know your animals? Take our quiz

Ralph Fiennes to direct Rudolf Nureyev film

Ralph Fiennes to direct Rudolf Nureyev film

Anna Melikian wins main prize at Kinotavr film festival

Anna Melikian wins main prize at Kinotavr film festival

Serbia, Russia and Estonia among Eurovision favourites after first semi-final

Serbia, Russia and Estonia among Eurovision favourites after first semi-final

Capital ideas: interviews from the Moscow Urban Forum

Capital ideas: interviews from the Moscow Urban Forum

Stock-in-trade: why Russian villains are still popular culture’s favourite bad guys

Stock-in-trade: why Russian villains are still popular culture’s favourite bad guys

Brief encounter: ten minutes on a train with Michael Portillo

Brief encounter: ten minutes on a train with Michael Portillo

Letter from: journey to the Magnetic Mountain

Letter from: journey to the Magnetic Mountain