Andrei Navrozov

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Andrei Navrozov is a poet and writer. He was born in Moscow in 1956. He is the grandson of the playwright Andrei Navrozov and son of the essayist and translator, Lev Navrozov. He live in Palermo.


Afternoon Delight

An Apocalypse of Mediocrity

An Apocalypse of Mediocrity

June 09, 2013

It is said, invariably with a sigh and in mournful tones, that the press is

Cultural Caviar

Kierkegaard on the Catwalk

Kierkegaard on the Catwalk

February 28, 2012

A prosperous, roly-poly Greek with a name that sounds like an Aztec root

Architecture

The Venice Biennale Gone Evil

The Venice Biennale Gone Evil

September 15, 2010

Avant-garde is an epidemic.  From modern architecture—an added misfortune, like

Dying Hyenas in Regent’s Park

Dying Hyenas in Regent’s Park

December 05, 2007

A pair of Siamese twins in formaldehyde, provided the liquid was a shocking pink and the

New Russian Roulette

New Russian Roulette

November 25, 2007

In the 1930s even some of the older and more intellectual Russians, including those who

A Hack’s Catechism

A Hack’s Catechism

September 24, 2007

Anybody who has ever made merry by leafing through an issue of Cosmopolitan knows that

The Last Time I Saw Paris

July 15, 2007

Even in some of my saner moments, however, I can detect within myself a tendency of

The Right to Shirk

June 05, 2007

Stalin, who espoused the profound rationalism of a Constitution that made socially useful

What the Loser Wins

March 19, 2007

I am not saying that we must all turn to Eastern mysticism, or try walking on water after