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Munch in Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow


Ok, I'll just call my July the smart one. Exhibits and museums, theater and surely also fashion.
This time I want to share with you a quick post about my comfortable and smart (I hope so) and not so serious outfit (I hope my t-shirt made a job) for soon closing Munch exhibition in Moscow. I really love Munch art, especially the lithographs. I just love how small changes in color, background or even a character set a totally different and special mood. Frankly I have to admit I am crazy about the exhibit: it gave me a lot stronger impression than themed Munch museum in Oslo. The way works were arranged did a great job to me. If you are in Moscow this weekend you still have a chance to visit it. It is closed on Monday.
I am sorry for posting my wool cardigan-cover up again. We are stuck with horrible weather with unpleasant wind so I really need to layer and add something to keep me warm. Wool does the job because even when sun starts shining it is not too hot. On picture with my husband and mother.

Here are some art shot just for you to know what I was talking about:








I was wearing:
Viktoria Tretyak cardigan
Monki pants
Uniqlo Mario top
Pakerson shoes
c/o Glasseshop glasses
Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. I'd love to see that exhibition - stunning paintings. Nice to see photos of your family!

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  2. Living in NY there is a constant chance to see art exhibits. I find people who have this type of creativity fascinating. It's nice to see your mom made it into one of your posts.

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  3. This looks so incredible! What a wonderful experience. And I absolutely adore what you wore. That wool sweater is beyond fabulous.
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  4. I love going to different art museums. This looks like an awesome place to try and visit thanks for sharing

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  5. I love your wool coat and that looks like such a fun exhibition to see! :)

    Hope that you are having a wonderful weekend :)

    Away From Blue

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  6. What a great experience. I love art and how it vibrates color through the visable eyes. This art work is very intriguing.

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  7. I haven't been to an art museum in a long time! My boys are young so prefer more tactile museums right now. Although, with our summer reading program at the library we were given free tickets to the Fine Arts Museum in Houston. I'm sorry to read the exhibit is closing if it's one of your favorites.

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  8. The modern art is not easy to understand. Those who understand art are special people and I believe you are a special person who is sharing such awesome art exhibition photos with all other special people like me :-) You must have enjoyed in the exhibition!

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    1. I think Lyosha is a special person too! She brings us some great thing to experience through her vantage point! Lavern Moore

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  9. You guys really have a different taste when it comes to art. So curious how they quality such displays =)

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  10. Such beautiful artwork! I can see why you were so pressed by the exhibit - it is stunning! Your outfit is great to, I love how you are so apt at putting together outfits that suit what you are doing that day. Great post!

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  11. The exhibition looks very interesting, I would like to go and see the art pieces there. It's different, and I like different.

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  12. This would be an awesome exhibition to see! I really love that cardigan of yours!

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  13. Very interesting art and great family photo! How awesome to explore arts from other countries

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  14. Beautiful exhibition and art. So lovely you were able to visit with your family. I like how you layered this look.

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  15. I love that cardigan, it suits you so well! Gorgeous art, I hope to visit one day and see it for myself!

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  16. Those are amazing art pieces and Moscow looks like a great destination! I should look into visiting -Sondra Barker @cuisineandtravel.com

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  17. I can see why you loved this art exhibit! I would too. Your outfit looks great. So simple, stylish, and comfortable. It’s also really fun to see the pictures with your family too.

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  18. Patricia ChamberlainJul 15, 2019, 4:03:00 PM

    This looks like an amazing experience! I love art, as does everyone in my family, so we would love to visit.

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  19. It's always fun to imitate the art you are seeing. I've got a priceless one of Marcus imitating what we call his look a-like.

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  20. I want to see these paintings in person some day 😍 especially the scream painting, the first one! I remember it as the scream painting :D

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  21. Those paintings are so awesome and impressive. It seems like you had a great time there.

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  22. What an amazing opportunity! Love the photos!

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  23. Oh what a fun exhibit and an amazing opportunity. It looks like you had a lot of fun there!

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  24. I so wish to visit Moscow and enjoy these lovely shows and events that you show us every time.

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  25. It seems interesting place to visit and contains a lot of gorgeous art. Would love to visit x

    Laura
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  26. Stunning paintings. And very expressive. I would love to attend it. You are looking great in the Cardigan. It suits you .

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  27. What a cute outfit for the Munch exhibition in Moscow. You looked great as did the exhibits! Lavern Moore

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  28. This looks like such a fun experience! I love checking out art and would have so much fun visiting there!

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  29. Your Viktoria Tretyak cardigan looks gorgeous! This art gallery has some interesting paintings and some that are very scary!

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  30. No worries about the cardi - it looks like a super-comfy one! Sorry you're having a yucky summer so far weather-wise, though!

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  31. This looks a crazy experience.

    How much time did you guys spend there?

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  32. I love the exhibit. It looks pretty amazing. And I know my daughter would love seeing all the art as well. And wool really does work I agree.

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  33. Those were a really amazing artwork. Love going to an exhibit and Thank you so much for sharing such a gorgeous experience with all of us!

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  34. You look very artistic here. Your outfit is perfect for a trip to the museum!

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  35. My husband and I have painted our own versions of "the scream". If I could attach a photo here, I would!

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  36. This looks like a great exhibition and a lovely day out! Love your photos.

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  37. I'm a big fan of museums so I love seeing which ones other people go to and what they liked. I could spend all day there.

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