If you were a Soviet spy, chances are you knew your way around the menu at the restaurant Aragvi, in Moscow. That was where Stalin's security chief held court, and where KGB spooks met for power lunches. Movie stars ate there, too, as did cosmonauts. It was the place to be seen for Moscow's elite.
A recent exhibition of the young artist Lyube, as the 32-year old Bulgarian Lyuben Petrov likes to call himself, attracted considerable attention in the UK capital. The event is hosted by the Bulgarian Cultural Institute London, 188 Queen's Gate, South Kensington, London SW7 5HL.