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Beyoncé Goes to an Art Museum, Is Actual Artwork

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Living work of art Beyoncé visited an art museum, and as a surprise to no one, she fit in perfectly with the paintings on display.

According to Bella Naija, she and Jay Z were at the Menil Collection museum in Houston earlier this month, but yesterday, Bey posted the evidence on Instagram:

A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

About that dress, by the way — here's a closer look at the print:

A photo posted by Beyoncé (@beyonce) on

The dress in question comes from Italian-Haitian designer Stella Jean's spring 2016 collection, which showed at last September's Milan Fashion Week, although Bey decided to nix the added maxi skirt underneath:

Photo: Catwalking/Getty Images

Bad news, however, if you're looking for your own version. The "Comandante" dress is sold out on Lyst, Moda Operandi, Grazia, Browns, and Polyvore. If you're after the print, there's still one sleeveless version available on Moda Operandi for the discounted price of $405. Snag it here for your next museum visit.

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