St. Petersburg Art Fair 1703

For four days straight, the Manege Central Exhibition Hall will become home to not one but over 30 low-key exhibitions of contemporary art by prominent art galleries from Moscow, St. Petersburg, Nizhny Novgorod, and Kaluga. Apart from all kinds of exhibits, including paintings, graphics, installations, and digital artworks, the exhibition offers an eventful program with lectures, discussions, and mediations. 

Street art: ReEvolution by Anton Angel

  • May 31 - August 20, 10 am - 10 pm daily, except for Tuesdays
  • Erarta Museum
  • 600-1,000 rubles (includes an annual pass) – purchase here

For a tongue-in-cheek take on the modern world, head to the solo exhibition by the mysterious and anonymous street artist who goes by the moniker Anton Angel. Notorious for their resonant and humorous artworks, the artist sprays their commentary on consumer society and other evils of the world. 

Soviet music on the bone

  • June 17 - August 27, 11 am - 8 pm
  • KGallery
  • Tickets are on sale from June 17 – purchase here

Another way to learn more about underground culture is through the upcoming exhibition at KGallery. Inspired by Soviet-era samizdat, the display explores this counterculture phenomenon – incredible yet clandestine – by showcasing a unique selection of music on ribs and reel-to-reel tapes created by Soviet music lovers. 

TheyLoveToEat Market: Disco

You know what time it is! Stayin’ Alive, glitter stations, gastronomic adventures – but no panic at this disco! This weekend, Sevkabel Port is throwing a disco-themed event with international cuisines, music and dancing sessions, and a wide array of offerings from local brands and farmers. Suit up!