Olga Bubich. “Bigger than I”, 06.09 — 06.10

The project “Bigger than I” puts together some materials I have managed to collect during the years of volunteering as a chaperon and interpreter in the children’s groups. These are the archives of Italian host families, the drawings of children from the Buda-Liušeŭskaja secondary school, who for the first time were hosted by Dutch families in the framework of the humanitarian project, the passport photos of the kids from the Homiel region groups of the 2000s, the photographs of the girls from Juraciški village who spent her summer in Northern Italy, as well as the first-person memories of the former “Chernobyl children” projects participants.

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“A Place”, 10.10 — 31.10

The exhibition is the result of a plein air, which took place in June at the art village Kaptaruny where Siarhiej Ždanovič, Siarhiej Kažamiakin, Andrei Liankevič, Volha Prusak, Volha Sazykina and Ihar Saŭčanka took part. For a few days the artists were living in Kaptaruny: they took photos, met local residents, made notes and shared their professional experience.

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Indie. “House Call”, 06.09 — 06.10

Indie is a cooperative gallery of twelve artists who operate both as a group and as partners. When invited to react to the term ‘safe haven’ as a part of the artist/curator project, we decided on a communal activity which would bind us as a group but would also focus in the individuals in it and allow them to act freely.

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“with / against the flow”. Contemporary Photographic Interventions: №1 Viktoria Binschtok, №2 Michael Schafer, 07.09 — 30.09

With works by Viktoria Binschtok and Michael Schafer, this exhibition presents two photographers whose work reflects in different ways the world of media images and the ‘digital turn’. While Michael Schafer analyses images from the news and from entertainment, Viktoria Binschtok takes a look a new channels and functions of communication via images in the internet age.

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“Dedicated to Belarus…” Leŭ Daškievič’s Photography, to the 135th anniversary of the birth of the photographer Leŭ Daškievič and the poet Janka Kupala, 10.10 — 29.10

The exhibition introduces the works of the outstanding Belarusian photographer of the first third of the 20th c. Leŭ Daškievič whose name has become a real discovery in the history of the Belarusian art photography.
The exhibition presents the original photographic works of Leŭ Daškievič which he did in different manners and techniques from 1900 to 1952, as well as new materials that have been found recently.

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