Karina Verigina

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Karina manages and supervises all day-to-day operations of Lennon Wall magazine. She is responsible for content planning, overseeing production of both print issue and online publication. Karina edits and reviews all articles and photographs for accuracy before they are released. She chairs the Editorial Board of the magazine, hiring and introducing new staff members to Lennon Wall environment. Karina continues to write feature stories for the magazine.

Deaf Empire: Replaying Bedřich Smetana

The father of Czech music, Bedřich Smetana, sits down on a chair facing the audience. While people who influenced his life – relatives, friends...

Kotzmannová’s “The Rabbit and the Queen” is Not a Wonderland

You are an unwanted intruder in the dark red silk-draped walls of the Colloredo-Mansfeld Palace, a long-time neighbour of the Charles Bridge in Prague....

Černý’s Black Hole, Instagramed and Under-Appreciated

Like a moth to a flame, Prague’s tourists are drawn to bright colours and odd shapes combined with David Černý’s name. Through DSC Gallery’s...

A Modern Ratcatcher Reveals the Evils of Society

A hunched man behaving like a rat followed by a bare-chested woman frantically step on white bricks scattered all over the stage: they are...

World Press Photo 2016, Depicting Our Unfortunate Reality

In a baroque cloister in the center of Prague, a sculpture of the crucified Christ – with his pale figure, tilted head and tense...
Refugees in Greece, 2016

The World is Against Us

Rafah is Syrian, and she is tired of war and the pain it brings her family. She used to be a teacher. Now Rafah...
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“The Ballet Spirit” Documentary Short Film

This short documentary is about Barbora Kohoutková, a famous Czech ballet dancer and gyrotonic instructor. She started her baller career as a principal dancer...

GOLDEN QUILL: The Unsolved Case by Karina Verigina

4:15 a.m. A letter comes to the Police. Lost: A man. 40 to 50 year old. Known as body that brings a brand new cry to the world, places ecstatic smiles...

Off the Spotlight

The Water Sprite, a mythical, unearthly creature steps on stage at Prague National Theatre. His face is wrinkled, his long hair is grey and...

Challenge Your Vocals with Dada Week in Prague

Wheezing, creaking, roaring, squishing – these are not sound effects from a new “A Nightmare on Elm Street” sequel, this is a sound poetry...

Message to the World: a National Tribute from Arevik Zadoyan

An 18-year-old Anglo-American University student has published a book based on her great-grandmothers’ experiences in the Armenian Genocide. Arevik Zadoyan wrote “In Fatal Exile” to...

Theatre Review: “Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker”

Prague Shakespeare Company gives a good fright to Prague inhabitants with the European premiere of Dracula: The Journal of Jonathan Harker production. A one-man...