Liza Premiyak

Liza Premiyak is Managing Editor at The Calvert Journal. In 2014, she graduated from the Critical Writing in Art and Design MA at the Royal College of Art where, in addition to art and architecture, she wrote extensively about Moscow's Gorky Park and its pavilions.

New Placebo rockumentary discovers creativity in remotest parts of Russia

New Placebo rockumentary discovers creativity in remotest parts of Russia

Inglorious Basterds star set for biopic on Russian folk hero

Inglorious Basterds star set for biopic on Russian folk hero

Thisispaper Studio transform a Soviet-era Warsaw dental clinic into design shop

Thisispaper Studio transform a Soviet-era Warsaw dental clinic into design shop

The Kills journey into Siberian darkness in new video

The Kills journey into Siberian darkness in new video

Hungarian illlustrator scores with drawings of world’s iconic football stadiums

Hungarian illlustrator scores with drawings of world’s iconic football stadiums

Artists reinvent iconic posters as GIFs

Artists reinvent iconic posters as GIFs

Snoop Dogg brings Instagram fame to quiet Romanian village

Snoop Dogg brings Instagram fame to quiet Romanian village

Museum opens honouring Poles who saved Jews in Holocaust

Museum opens honouring Poles who saved Jews in Holocaust

Russia and the Arts exhibition opens in London

Russia and the Arts exhibition opens in London

Kazakhstan celebrates 25th Nowruz since independence

Kazakhstan celebrates 25th Nowruz since independence

Soviet dissident and poet Alexander Esenin-Volpin dies

Soviet dissident and poet Alexander Esenin-Volpin dies

Exhibition explores legacy of Polish avant-garde artist Tadeusz Kantor in Scotland

Exhibition explores legacy of Polish avant-garde artist Tadeusz Kantor in Scotland

Sergei Kapkov to start new post at Moscow State University

Sergei Kapkov to start new post at Moscow State University

Emir Kusturica concert cancelled over support of Crimea

Emir Kusturica concert cancelled over support of Crimea

The Barbican to premiere performance inspired by Lithuanian folklore

The Barbican to premiere performance inspired by Lithuanian folklore

Russia officially grants internet users “right to be forgotten”

Russia officially grants internet users “right to be forgotten”

New web project lets you take a virtual tour of Norilsk

New web project lets you take a virtual tour of Norilsk

Sculptor Zurab Tsereteli plans Christ statue in Vladivostok

Sculptor Zurab Tsereteli plans Christ statue in Vladivostok

Gorky Park cancels event with journalist Oleg Kashin

Gorky Park cancels event with journalist Oleg Kashin

Pyotr Pavlensky charged with vandalism for protest performance

Pyotr Pavlensky charged with vandalism for protest performance

The Calvert Journal wins Best Designed Site at the Drum Online Media Awards

The Calvert Journal wins Best Designed Site at the Drum Online Media Awards

Steven Seagal to star in Nikita Mikhalkov’s upcoming film

Steven Seagal to star in Nikita Mikhalkov’s upcoming film

Russian equivalent of The Social Network to go ahead

Russian equivalent of The Social Network to go ahead

First museum dedicated to Alexander Solzhenitsyn opens in Russia

First museum dedicated to Alexander Solzhenitsyn opens in Russia

Moscow shop hides banned foods from police using fake ad

Moscow shop hides banned foods from police using fake ad

Photographs of Siberia’s female prisoners to be exhibited in Moscow

Photographs of Siberia’s female prisoners to be exhibited in Moscow

Peter Greenaway plans new film about Russia’s Volga region

Peter Greenaway plans new film about Russia’s Volga region

Russian media watchdog threatens Google, Facebook and Twitter for defying censorship laws

Russian media watchdog threatens Google, Facebook and Twitter for defying censorship laws

Controversial director Timofei Kulyabin announces first production since Tannhäuser scandal

Controversial director Timofei Kulyabin announces first production since Tannhäuser scandal

Ukrainian artists at Venice biennale accuse culture minister of misconduct in open letter

Ukrainian artists at Venice biennale accuse culture minister of misconduct in open letter

Moscow’s Duma approves monument to fallen journalists

Moscow’s Duma approves monument to fallen journalists

Ukrainian President urges Mark Zuckerberg for a Facebook office separate from Russia

Ukrainian President urges Mark Zuckerberg for a Facebook office separate from Russia

Norwegian and Russian indie bands to perform in abandoned St Petersburg lighthouse

Norwegian and Russian indie bands to perform in abandoned St Petersburg lighthouse