Leonie Mergen: Inspired by Nizami
Leonie Mergen discusses her latest fashion collection, inspired by 12th-century poet Nizami.
What to See and Do During the Azerbaijan Grand Prix
It’s that time of the year again! Baku residents and visitors alike have noticed the concrete barricades and road-side bleachers going up
Chovgan Rides Again
Chovgan – not exactly hockey on horseback; closer to polo, but as played by privates rather than captains, so a little more “direct”
Announcing the #Visionsofazerbaijan Contest Winners
At Visions we spend much of our lives exploring Azerbaijan, meeting its characters and seeking out interesting stories and themes to include in our
An Evening with Strange Writers
Baku never fails to amuse me. This week I watched a group of young locals making a disturbance by singing in a coffee shop.
Goychay’s Pomegranate Festival in a Minute
Last Saturday Visions witnessed music, colour and pomegranates galore at the annual Pomegranate Festival in Goychay, the Azerbaijani homeland of this
The Music Pulls You Back: Visions Meets Anna Oldfield
Dr. Anna Oldfield, Associate Professor of World Literature at Coastal Carolina University (USA), lived in Azerbaijan in 2005-2006 on a
Azerbaijan Expects… From FK Qarabag
The tension didn’t break until after 1:30am on Wednesday.
Leyli and Majnun Tugs Heartstrings at Marionette Theatre
It was probably at Rufat’s Jazz Club in its Landmark period that jazzman Salman Gambarov told us he’d done some work for the Marionette