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A Walk with Van Gogh

This summer, the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts organized an open-air, open-to-all exhibition, using the walls of buildings in the center of Moscow as the gallery. Since May, art fans have been treated to 50 paintings by European masters, from Botticelli to Monet, reproduced on the streets of Moscow as part of the museum’s Art Tour project. The framed copies of the masterpieces are of excellent quality and treated to make them impervious to inclement weather, though not to kidnapping: It seems a romantic fan walked away with Renoir’s Girl in Black, which had been displayed on the iron fence outside Moscow State University’s journalism department on Mokhovaya Street. The exhibition continues through October 18. For more information, visit www. (Russian only).

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