Esquire in November

In the November issue of Esquire – Tretyakov Gallery masters the Internet, Andrei Malakhov recalls Konstantin Ernst’s last words, and artist Misha Most reflects on mental illnessses.

Also, Fyodor Bondarchuk’a fake social network accounts, Vadim Dymov and vegetarians, Nikolai Kartozia and the pirate schooner, Araz Agalarov and pop music, Sergei Mezentsev and his Mini, Daria Dontsova and her pugs, and a previously unpublished story by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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