Today I went to one of my favorite attractions in Serbia, the Museum of Yugoslav History, to see the collection of Russian avant-garde artwork. The exhibit was modeled after a similar exhibit in Belgrade, Yugoslavia during the inter-war period in 1924.
Many of the pieces at the exhibition have not yet made their way West to the U.S. due to the Cold War, so I was delighted to see works by El Lissitsky, Vasily Kandinsky, Alexander Rodchenko, Ivan Kliun, Aleksandar Archipenko, Vesnin, Lyubov Popova, and Kazimir Maljevic. I was especially moved by Olga Rozanova and Natalija Goncharova’s work, as I was not familiar with their art.
In addition to enjoying the beautiful artwork, I also visited the main galleries of the MJI, and took several selfies in front of prints from the Yugoslav graphic design exhibition. (Yes, you can take photos in the museum.)
Makeup is Smashbox contour, Nars Grace lipstick, Wet n’ Wild waterproof black brown eye liner, ErasePaste 1.
Dress is Forever 21, Jacket is vintage military black, shoes are Sam & Libby.