The First Lady visited one of the most famous museums in America and the world.
Olena Zelenska Within the framework of his visit to the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, he visited the Metropolitan Museum in New York.
She saw with her own eyes the work of the artist Arkhip Kuindzhi from Mariupol – “Sunset over the Dnieper”. There was his museum in Mariupol, which was destroyed and looted by the Russian invaders.
Now the painting is preserved and displayed in the Metropolitan Museum, which has answered the call of Ukraine and returned historical justice, mentioning Arkhip Khintshi, Ilya Repin, Ivan Aivazovsky as Ukrainian artists who were born and worked in Ukraine.
As part of the “MET Speaks Ukrainian” campaign, the first lady announced in a post on Instagram that very soon the museum will release Ukrainian-language audio commentary for its exhibits.
“It’s not just a sense of home and a sense of home for Ukrainians scattered around the world because of the war, but also a restoration of historical justice and cultural equality. The more languages in art, the richer the world,” he said. Olena.
For the visit to the museum, the first lady opted for a business gray three-piece outfit consisting of a jacket, dress and pants. She paired the outfit with black polka dot shoes.
Hair with curls, beautiful makeup, gold earrings-rings from the Gaz brand and a delicate chain around the neck completed the image of Zelenska.
We will remind you that Olena Zelenska received the Clinton Global Citizen Award from the Clintons. She appeared on stage in black palazzo pants by Six and an elegant white blouse by AMG