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THE ATHENAEUM No. 9-10
Reviewed by Troy Southgate

  THIS is the international magazine of what may broadly be defined as the Russian New Right, in which science, race, culture and spirituality are combined with art and metapolitics. Amounting to a staggering 232 pages, this is a heavyweight publication around which the themes of Russian identity and a revivalist neo-paganism leap out at you in an explosion of colour and visual expression. The text is in Russian, as you'd expect, but there are enough artistic indications to enable the English reader to grasp what really lies behind the work of Pavel Tulaev and his interesting group of contributors. One section contains photographs of a recent dramatic performance that included archery, dance and ritual. What our Russian friends have done here is to develop a thriving cultural sphere that complements their more philosophical outlook, something which we also wish to create among sections of the New Right in the British Isles. Elsewhere we find that Tulaev's group hold meetings, forums and street demonstrations, whilst the magazine also looks at art and music (in this case, Vangelis). For anyone wishing to see the possibilities that are open to us in the years ahead, grab yourself a copy of this magazine and explore the potential. As the great T.S. Eliot once remarked Artists are the antennae of the Race.

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