Esquire in March

In the March issue of Esquire magazine: Gogol Center art director Kirill Serebrennikov talks about his demons and emigration; former Moscow Culture Minister Sergei Kapkov discusses Abramovich, the Sobyanin portrait, and life before and after Gorky Park; writer Eduard Limonov talks about women who have passed away and Pussy Riot member Maria Alekhina, who disagrees with him. 

Also in this issue – a freight handler, nanny, and metro worker offer their impressions of shows in the capital; the beautiful Léa Seydoux; the wardrobe of Sergei Mazaev, the rules of life according to Lyubov Uspenskaya, Pharrell Williams, and Alexei German Jr.; and a new story from Chuck Palahniuk’s coloring books.

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