Visitors Book

  • Borimir Totev

Founded by a small group of enthusiasts 65 years ago, Pushkin House is today the most active independent centre for Russian culture in London, welcoming thousands of people through its doors every year. For this content series I produced a digital visitors book, interviewing notable figures in the history of the organisation about its early years, and activities in more recent times. Here is a selection of the videos:

John Agard

John is an award-winning Afro-Guyanese playwright, poet and children's writer.
Masha Karp

Masha is a freelance journalist with a special interest in relations between Russia and the West.
The Arendts

Ariadne Arendt is a Crimea born curator and artist.
Liza Dimbleby

Liza is an artist and writer. She lectures at art schools and universities in Scotland and England, and teaches a postgraduate programme at the Royal Drawing School in London.