In the post of this website three articles were cited as three information sources (all these articles were written in 2010) —
- Index on Censorship — https://www.indexoncensorship.org/2013/04/self-censorships-chill-on-artistic-freedom-in-russia/
3. Taiwan News
In 2010, the prosecutor’s office in Moscow’s Bassmany district examined the works of Moscow-based artist Lena Hades, “Chimera of Mysterious Russian Soul” and “Welcome to Russia“. Russian nationalists appealed to the authorities claiming these paintings insult Russians.
Moscow contemporary artist Lena Hades said she has been interrogated by district prosecutors for allegedly inciting hatred against Russia with two paintings that show the country in a negative light.
Hades said the investigator had a «huge» file with printouts of her comments in livejournal, an online diary website, and previous exhibits. She said she is being threatened with up to two years in prison, and that the case started after nationalists filed more than 300 complaints against her.
(from Wikipedia, the article Anti-Russian Sentiment https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Russian_sentiment )