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Korotky Gennady
26-02-2008, 06:55
Have somebody been on the Tulus Lotreck's exhibition in the moscow Tretiakovskia Gallery ? I was lucky to be there today... I would like to exchange with somebody our impressions...

hazelnut
26-02-2008, 11:21
Hi Gena,
well, it's very refreshing to learn that somebody dedicated his spare time to attending an exibition ;). I'm certainly not an expert in Art, but I know Tulus Lotreck's works and... well, like them. And indeed it's very interesting period in Art! So, it would be nice to hear your opinion first, and then maybe we'd have something to discuss?:11721:

Penelope
26-02-2008, 12:06
Small friendly correction: Toulouse-Lautrec (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_de_Toulouse-Lautrec)

Orion
26-02-2008, 12:20
Small friendly correction: Toulouse-Lautrec (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_de_Toulouse-Lautrec)

In that case...

I haven't seen the exhibition here in Moscow but got a chance to see several works the last time I was in Paris. that Belle Epoque/Art Deco period has always been a favourite of mine.

If you go anytime soon, to Paris, that is, then make sure to check out Paris-Walks (http://www.paris-walks.com). They are a great outfit that gives walking tours of all different parts of the city...T-L's apartment is on the Monmarte tour, I believe

MissAnnElk
26-02-2008, 13:04
Small friendly correction: Toulouse-Lautrec (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henri_de_Toulouse-Lautrec)

Oh! Thank you! I'm laughing, but in a kind way. Perfectly understandable!

I was googling Tulus Lotrek and got a site about "deviant art" and none of it was belle epoque, but sort of interesting.

I can talk about Toulouse Lautrec!

tukis25
26-02-2008, 14:40
Hi Gena,
well, it's very refreshing to learn that somebody dedicated his spare time to attending an exibition ;). I'm certainly not an expert in Art, but I know Tulus Lotreck's works and... well, like them. And indeed it's very interesting period in Art! So, it would be nice to hear your opinion first, and then maybe we'd have something to discuss?:11721:

i absolutely agree. it's a vast topic, and we can go for hours, Gena))).

TL is awesome but it's always easier to talk about things when you all went to see the same thing and/or the impressions are still fresh. maybe you take us with you next time? :-)

i wrote already in another thread that with expat friends of expat wave1 we did lots of exciting things together - went to see films and performances at int'l festivals, travelled to the golden ring towns, hosted home parties, art displays and music recitals. i would love to revive this.

for a start - i hear that the complete shagal is on display in the pushkinsky museum. or, a friend of mine organizes an exciting art exhibition some time march in the Manezh exbibition hall. the artist's works are on display in the metropolitan and other big museums. will anyone be interested? it's fine if we are a small group of people. sometimes it works better ;-)

elis
26-02-2008, 14:51
Have somebody been on the Tulus Lotreck's exhibition in the moscow Tretiakovskia Gallery ? I was lucky to be there today... I would like to exchange with somebody our impressions...

So far it looks as though you're the only one who's gone. I think someone's already asked, what were your impressions? Personally, I like his stuff. He was quite a dark little man, who also LOVED to eat. I have a cookbook of his, with some wonderful fatty recipes. Lots of butter. But then there's also a recipe for cooking a saint on a spit. :jawdrop:



for a start - i hear that the complete shagal is on display in the pushkinsky museum.

I would love to see that!! If anyone decides to go, let me know. How long will it be there?

MissAnnElk
26-02-2008, 16:06
I would love to see that!! If anyone decides to go, let me know. How long will it be there?

Me, too.