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Anastasia Dubach, art exhibition opening


ENG: Do you like art? I bet a lot of you do. I am big lover of modern art, art speaking emotions and trying to dig into your head, deeper and deeper. Modern art is not aiming to capture the moment and give you time to admire beauty, it makes you think about important things in life: the artist normally wants you to leave with new thoughts or deeper consideration of subject. The art is meant to be beautiful as well or at least I prefer it to. Not being a big talker about cultural moments of life I always try my best to visit museums and keep mind tinkled with knowledge, after all it's the only thing you can't really loose.
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RU: Любите ли вы искусство? Я уверена, что да. Я сама очень нежно отношусь к современному искусству, искуству, говорящему эмоциями, залежающему к тебе в голову, глубже и глубже с каждым разом. Современное искусство, на моей взгляд, не ставит своей целью запечатлеть момент и предложить насладиться его красотой, вместо этого оно заставляет тебя думать о чём-то важном: обычно после посещения выставки в голову кружат новые идеи и мысли или же хотя бы проникаешься вопросом ещё глубже. И, конечно, современное искусство тоже должно быть красиво, ну, или по крайней мере, мне так кажется. Хотя я не так и часто пишу о важности духовного развития личности, я стараюсь регулярно посещать музеи и выставки, поддерживать живость ума новыми знаниями, ведь в конце концов знания очень сложно потерять.
ENG: Last week I attended superb event! It was the opening of art exhibition. The artist Anastasia Dubach brought up the themes of ecology, life and death. I found it incredibly close to me! The never ending life, the cycles of it, flowers representing death, kinetic parts. Brain and thought, body and soul, lungs and even the Earth itself had a spot among 7 sculptures. They won't last too long but after all so do we all.
RU: На прошлой неделе, я посещала великолепное событие. Это было открытие выставки. Его автор, Анастасия Дубач, на этот раз подняла темы экологии, жизни и смерти. мне это очень близко. Жизнь без конца и края, её цикличность, цветы, олицетворяющие смерть, кинетические скульптуры... Мозг и мысль, тело и душа, дышащие легкие и даже сама Земля, нашли отражение в 7 скульптурах. К моему сожалению, долго эти скульптуры не проживут, однако это касается всех нас.
 





ENG: The location added a lot as well. It is probably the best botanic garden I have even been to, filled with greenery and sculptures. It's easy to admire everything there! I was very happy not only to enjoy Anastasia Dubach art but also the orangeries available. I need to come back there and soon!
As for my outfit I have chosen a little bit of natural eco styled items. The heel of my good old shoes is wooden, bag is made of eco leather, my dress is silk and vintage. I just felt like I need to match the event. Also I haven't worn this dress for ages and it felt so proper to choose it for art opening!


RU: Локация, опредленно, была выбрана не случайно и уж точно добавила выставке. Выставку можно посмотреть в Аптекарском огороде (Проспект Мира, Москва), который, на моей взгляд, является одним из лучших ботанических садов. Сад утопает в зелени, есть интересные скульптурные объекты. Это так легко и приятно наблюдать! Отрадно было не только посмотреть и поздравить автора с открытием, но и побаловать себя красотой окружащих оранжерей. Туда определенно стоит вернуться!
Что касается моего образа, то я постаралась отразить натуральность и экологичность. Каблук моих туфель деревянный, сумка из эко-кожи, а шелковое платье - винтаж. Собираясь на событие, я чувствовала, что мне прямо-таки необходимо соответствовать. А ещё это платье не гуляло слишком уж давно, а открытию выставки оно, на мой взгляд, подходит как нельзя лучше.






I was wearing:
BCBG Max Azaria dress (vintage)
Marc Jacobs shoes
Arny Praht bag
c/o Zaful necklace

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Great share!Congrats on attending the art exhibition.

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  2. Wow! What an awesome exhibit.

    PS. You look great!

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  3. Sounds like it was great exhibition, that skull is terrific and you looked so lovely in this dress, dear! :)

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  4. Such an amazing exhebit :) lovely pics btw

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  5. I love going to art exhibits! This one looked amazing.

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  6. What an interesting art exhibition! I would love this because I love flower sculptures. There was a huge installation of them in my city last summer!

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  7. Looks like a nice art exhibition. I love the botanical gardens and sculptures! Great post. You look lovely, by the way.

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  8. Wow! That looks like an awesome experience. Love your outfit also!

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  9. So many incredible pieces! I love art and checking out different exhibits. The dress you wore is just stunning. I love it.
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  10. This looks like a lovely event. I love the relationship between the botanical gardens, art, and even your outfit.

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  12. The art scuplutes in this garden are just interesting. Love how it was displayed all over and catch your attention. I also love your outfit, I like how few dark colors tone work so well together and became an interesting dress.

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  13. I always love good art and this is pretty interesting.
    Btw, love your colorblock dress.

    Much Love,
    Jane | The Bandwagon Chic

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  14. Great event! You look gorgeous in this dress my dear!

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  15. Looks like you had a great time! I love art exhibit and wanted to attend one. Your look gorgeous! Love your dress!

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  16. This art exhibition looks really interesting. Love your beautiful dress as well!
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  17. Beautiful exhibition. I really liked all the beautiful pictures.

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  18. Your outfit is perfectly fitting rhis outstanding location, I love that dress!
    This artist is a real talent!
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  19. Definitely a must see, so cool! And you were very stylish Lyosha! xo

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  20. I love gardens, so this would be an exhibit I could seem myself attending.

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  21. Such interesting art pieces and installations! Must have been quite an experience seeing them up close. :)

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  22. The flowers look so beautiful and complement the artwork so well! I love that blue bird and your dress looks great!

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  23. These are so very creative. Thank you for sharing them.

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  24. Really interesting art work. The big blue bird looks amazing! You look good in the silk dress!

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  25. Looks like a great art exhibit. Different styles of art are so interesting to see.

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  26. Wow so many great pieces, I love all the ones with flowers, really cute dress as well!

    ~xo Sheree
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  27. What a gorgeous exhibition! Your colorblock dress couldn't be a more perfect fashion choice since it's so artful looking :) Thanks for the reminder to visit my local museums more.

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  28. The artist is so talented! I’m really loving the skull piece. I can imagine how time consuming and intricate these pieces take.

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  29. This seems like such a fun exhibition! So many fun pieces!

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  30. Looks like a really lovely event. My family and I spend a lot of time in galleries - we love experiencing art.

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  31. Wow the location seems so cool, I also try to go to art exhibitions as much as I can. It's super inspiring to see other's people work and it helps to develope your own ideas.

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  32. Я любитель сходить на выставку или музей, правда современное искуство я не всегда понимаю... но в любом случае, оно заставляет задуматся ))

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  33. This location seems like a fun place to visit. Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Your outfit is beautiful and perfect for an exhibition, it looks like such a nice one and as you said it was good it made you think and reflect on the pieces :)


    Hope you had a great weekend! We had a mix of busy time but also a little relaxing time too which was nice.

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  35. It looks like you had a lovely time at this art exhibition. The art and flowers look so lovely and I really like the dress you picked out to wear!

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  36. Such a cool outing! You look fabulous, Lyosha! xoxo

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  37. I can understand why you found this experience so interesting and you look SO beautiful in that colour blocked maxi dress, wow! Very chic!

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  38. What lovely work!! This looks like a really great experience, thank you so much for sharing this.

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  39. Art is a very subjective topic which not many people know how to appreciate. Even for me, it was difficult for me to understand certain art until someone explain it to me~

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  40. Amazing! What an incredible exhibit you've done. This is very inspiring and very promising. Looking forward to your next exhibit.

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