Grodno Belarus Art
For the first time in Belarus, an art exhibition dedicated to the creative works of a famous compatriot is being shown. The exhibition will present the work of the famous Belarusian artist Grodno Belarus and celebrate his achievements in the field of art. This exhibition will also present artists from Belarus who have participated in exhibitions of the World of Art movement.
The National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus will present the works of the famous Belarusian artist Grodno Belarus and the first exhibition of his works in Belarus. This is the only printing work by this master ever exhibited in Lithuania and Belarus, and one of only two in the world.
The staff of the Belarusian National Art Museum, however, were able to assign the work to a specific artist. It is the first exhibition of Belarusian art in Grodno and the only exhibition of his works in the world.
The following catalogue is being prepared for publication: First publication by the Belarusian National Museum of Art and the National Art Museum in Grodno, Belarus.
The Belarusian National Museum of Art and the National Art Museum in Grodno, Belarus, the first publication of a new catalogue of works of art of Belarusians.
The U-Gallery is perhaps the first independent gallery in Belarus to present contemporary art of the highest quality, "Iryna says. In the Y Gallery in Minsk, for example, one can visit exhibitions by artists such as Anna Silivonchik, Yevgeny Kuznetsov, Mikhail Kudryashvili and forget about current trends in contemporary art. Anna Siliv's work on the cover of the exhibition "Contemporary Art of Belarus" at the National Art Museum in Grodno is a work of Anna Siliv, SilIVon chik is an excellent example of modern art in the form of abstract and abstract forms.
This year, Belarus hosted a number of international exhibitions of contemporary art from around the world, including exhibitions by artists such as Yevgeny Kuznetsov, Mikhail Kudryashvili and Anna Silivonchik. There are exhibitions in Minsk and Grodno, as well as in the National Art Museum of Belarus, and there is an exhibition of modern art in Belarus in the underground gallery in GroDno.
There are also other artists who were born in Belarus and Lithuania and who participated directly or indirectly in the movement of world art. The most famous painter of this period is Mikhail Kudryashvili, one of the most famous artists of Belarus, and his works are exhibited in the National Art Museum in Grodno. Belarusian writer who influenced the work of artists such as Yevgeny Kuznetsov and Anna Siliwonchik and many others.
He has actively collaborated with artists such as Mikhail Kudryashvili, Yevgeny Kuznetsov, Anna Siliwonchik and others, as well as with other artists.
The exhibition at the National Museum of Art will shed light on the history of his work, which is the only collection of his in the world. The exhibition will also take place in a special exhibition hall of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Tbilisi. As for the staff, the department will consist of specialists from all departments.
The artists whose works are shown in the exhibition have two things in common: They were born in countries that once belonged to the Commonwealth of Poland-Lithuania, but were finally annexed by Russia, Prussia, and Austria-Hungary in 1815. The organizers present the creative works of artists from this period in Belarus. The Baltic state of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, which formed the territory, was controlled, among other things, by a prince of Lithuanian origin, Mindaugas.
However, the Soviet defeat in the Battle of Warsaw rendered this plan obsolete, and Lithuanian authorities were never established in the city. In August 1991, the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR suspended the Communist Party of Belarus and renamed the country the Republic of Ukraine and the Belarusian Socialist Soviet Republic (BRSR), renaming it the Republic of Lithuania.
Modern Belarus is relatively evenly populated, with the exception of the swamps along the southern border with Ukraine. It borders Belarus to the west, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania and the Republic of Lithuania to the east, and the Baltic Sea to the east.