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Art, art, art


Summer has a lot with art for me lately. Don't get me wrong, I don't mind. In fact I love it! Last week I was at one more museum. This time it was an art opening in Gilyarovsky center. He is a famous and important writer for Russia in general and Moscow in particular. He loved our city. Last week I been to the opening of art project Moskvamophosy "Moscowmophosis". Generally speaking it is about the evolutions and changes of the city alongside with things that stay the same, people who live here and stories of Moscow we have to tell. And I am very proud to say I was invited by one of painters who had her works on the walls there Nailya Butusova. I am also proud to say we are friends. And she is super talented, friendly and progressive. She told up about not very well known (which is a huge shame) Russian businesswoman if you forgive me for modern terms who built significant places of Moscow, the Nikolsky passage (let's say shopping mall), Sandyny bani (the sauna complex) and a house for rent in late XIX century. All of those buildings left a big mark on Moscow image.

To be smart and cozy I went for relaxed look. Jumpsuit (it as is means cozy to me), mules and an hyper sized shirt-jacket. The colors were pretty light because despite rainy weather it is still summer, I remember that.


I bet some of you are really interested in the exhibition more than in my outfit so I'll share some shots with you. The exhibition will stay in Gilarovsky center till September so if you happen to be in Moscow during that period of time make sure to visit it. It will tell you about real face of Moscow a lot more than any regular guide. Double points for taking time and follow the map available on the first floor of exhibition to see everything painted/photographed in real life.



Above: fantastic Nailya, the author. Behind her: her artwork.
I was wearing:
Monki jumpsuit and umbrella
Portal mules
c/o Trendysuper jacket


 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. Verily each season brings it own uniqueness...it could be terrible though yet it give a memorable experience if we take them as opportunity.

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  2. Living near NYC we spend a ton of time (typically in the fall and winter) strolling through the museums and galleries. The amount of undiscovered talent out there it amazes me at times. As usual your outfit is perfect for the day.

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  3. Wow, I see it was really interesting and yes, your outfit is perfect for that day!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  4. There's something so wonderful about exploring art galleries! They're one of the first places that I seek out on my travels, as I just feel so safe and engulfed in the art world. I'm glad you had a lovely time!

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  5. I love being able to explore art galleries. Thank you so much for sharing this one with us!

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  6. Thank you for sharing this, amazing talent!!

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  7. Your jumpsuit is really cute! It's summery and casual, yet perfect for an art gallery. I love the print.

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  8. How cool. I always love checking out art. I don't always get it, but it's still fun to look at.

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  9. I also love attending art exhibits! That is a gorgeous jumpsuit and perfect for the occasion!

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  10. The outfit, the art... are just beautiful. Nice pictures by the way.

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  11. I can't get enough of art galleries. This looked like a lovely exhibition. Cute, comfy outfit too.

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  12. Your outfit was absolutely adorable! The exhibit looks like it was really nice as well! Art museums are always a lo of fun too!

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  13. I super love to go to art galleries, that is what i do all summer long. I couldn't see all the artworks but the few that you posted are awesome! Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Sounds like you're having a fantastic summer and yes, it rains a lot here in the US too, even when it's scorching hot.. it's crazy.

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  15. Kristine Nicole AlessandraJul 17, 2019, 11:42:00 PM

    Art Galleries and museums are our most favorite places to visit. There is so much at appreciate looking at masterpieces! I am happy that you enjoy visiting art galleries too.

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  16. I just love a good art show and this one seems to tick all the boxes! What a great night to enjoy!

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  17. Oh yes, art is love. Spending time at exhibition and exploring these great art is a relaxing thing to do. From your pics, it does look like you enjoyed a lot there :)

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  18. Love your art gallery journey. From fashion shows and now art. How exciting you are.

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  19. I like art galleries, but sadly it doesn't have much in my city. I like your cute outfit btw

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  20. Some really interesting and beautiful art work that is 😍 i bet these photos would make some awesome homescreen pictures!

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  21. How lovely that you were invited to the opening of the exhibition. It looks so interesting. I love your jumpsuit. You always wear beautiful clothes.

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  22. Your posts about your adventures combined with your outfit for the occasion are always so charming. I don't catch all of them - but whenever I do, it puts a big smile on my face. In this case, I particularly like the photo of you outside with the umbrella - reflected in the mirror and the wet city streets behind you. And you've inspired me to go see some art this week. Thank you, Lyosha!
    xx Luci

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    1. awww! Luci! thank you so much! I can't wait for read your adventures too!

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  23. I love visiting art galleries every time I go to a new place. This one will definitely be on my "must visit" list!

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  24. Who doesn't love a bit of art in their life? I know that I do! This is a kind reminder that I need to get myself to a gallery ASAP!

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  25. Geraline BatarraJul 18, 2019, 6:23:00 PM

    The exhibition is great.. And your outfit looks really nice..! Thanks for sharing such a great experience.

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  26. Art galleries are such a fun experience to go and enjoy! I love hearing about your visits and as always, seeing your outfits you pick and hearing why you’ve picked one. Today’s looks very comfortable as well as beautiful.

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  27. I don't get to check out art as much as I would like to. Sounds like a great place to explore and see lots of different works. Love that avocado umbrella too!

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  28. I love art galleries! so much to see and enjoy.

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  29. This summer I had the opportunity to visit the Van Gogh and Rembrandt museums in Amsterdam and it was so wonderful. Art takes us away to a completely different world altogether.

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  30. Personally, visiting an Art Galleries gives me a lot of relaxation and a lot of happiness in my heart.

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  31. I love going to museums and seeing all these amazing art and sculptures. I just wish I had more time. We have some really great ones in California. Definitely need to book a trip to visit one soon.

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  32. I was absolutely amazing in these art! They are very creative and unique. I love to visit this place too.

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  33. Love the jumpsuit. Would love to see these looks with and without the cardigans. Look forward to more great outfits. Lavern Moore

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  34. I love that jumpsuit, so stylish and beautiful. I love seeing art exhibits and seeing the creative mind at work

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  35. Art Gallery is a paradise to me. I always have the feeling of fulfillment for dreams and imagination that were actually put together successfully. Thanks for sharing this great post!

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  36. I myself love going to visit museums and learning about all the history behind the artifacts and workings! Looks like you're having a great time! Thanks for sharing

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  37. Oh this exhibit looked wonderful. I need to do more of this myself. I live in NY and hardly get to art galleries. I love your look too!

    Allie of
    www.allienyc.com

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  38. love love LOVED your outfit. Perfect for a night full of art.

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  39. My fellow art lover.. There is something so wonderful and special about art.. Have a lot of art exhibition coming up soon but i'm more excited about Life In My City. (LIMCAF)

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    1. I hope you are writing about this exhibit because life in the city is probably my favorite

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  40. Wow, this exhibit looks incredible. There’s so much artworks ty see there! Looks like a brilliant place to take my friends.

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  41. So many things to love about this exhibit! It's really beautiful out there. I love finding new artworks.

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  42. Yes I to love art galleries, it has been while I visited. Looks like lot magnificent art works are there.

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  43. Art galleries are like little gems in the city. There are so many things to discover even in the smallest galleries. By the way, I love your outfit.

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  44. I haven't tried exploring art galleries yet. Looks like you had a great time.

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