Development of the culture of modern Russia after the collapse of the USSR: how to preserve the basic values against the background of universal commercialization.
Start the program.
Sale of magazines on the street.
Athens Acropolis in Greece.
Mills along the river.
Pigeons in the square of the European city.
The artist sketches the building of the Louvre in Paris.
The building of the Colosseum.
Peter's Cathedral in Rome.
The cities of Italy and France.
Sale with hands.
Prohibiting road sign "brick".
The consequences of military conflicts in the Caucasus region.
Mosaic on the building, with the image of Vladimir Lenin.
The building of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts.
Reconstruction of the square in front of the Tretyakov Gallery Museum.
The queue for bread in the store.
Russian souvenirs: nested dolls, balalaika, matryoshka with the image of Mikhail Gorbachev.
The participants in the program define what includes the concept of culture, how it changed before and after perestroika, what impact on all spheres of creativity the breakup of the USSR and the formation of new independent states united by the CIS had.
The questions of the development of culture in modern Russia are being raised.
The problem of redistribution of works of art in museums is discussed: Ukraine has come out with a demand to return to it all the objects of culture and art that it considers its national and cultural heritage from Russian museums.
The issue of developing the concept of the commercialization of modern culture is considered.
Shkurko Alexander - representative of the Ministry of Culture of Russia. Denisov Edison is a composer. Starodubov Sergey - executive director of the International Exchange of Arts. Stepovyk Dmitry - chairman of the committee for the work of museums of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine (connection with the studio in Kiev). Tsipko Alexander is a political scientist.