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An Anniversary exhibition: Belaruian painting and graphic art Print
Thursday, 27 March 2008

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.On March 23, 2008, in the 90th anniversary of the proclamation of Belarusan People Republic, the Belarusan Museum in New York opened an anniversary exhibition of the Belarusian painting and graphic art. Exactly a year ago the Belarusian Museum was organized. For this time there were 5 art exhibitions with the participation of famous Belarusian artists. 

IN the exhibition there are works by Ales Marachkin, Siarzhuk Tsimokhau, Yauhen Shatokhin, Mikola Kupava, Uladzimir Novak, Ales Shaternik, Genadz Drazdou, Yagor Batalyonak, Anatol Baranouski, Alexander Grigoriev, Mikhail Karpuk, Zmitser Epshtein, Julia Shaternik, Kanstantsin Selikhanau..

All together there were 32 works of art exhibited. The art works are of different styles: from impressionism with realism to abstraction and cubism.

Long Live Belarus!

Opening of Aliaksandr Grygoriev's personal exhibition Print
Thursday, 14 February 2008

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.On February 10th 2008 at St. Cyril's of Turau Cathedral, a new art exhibition was open. It is organized by the Belarusian Museum of New York. The artist Aliaksandr Grygoriev has his exhibition in USA for the first time. He was able to bring only a small part of his pictures for this exhibition. Two of them he is presenting to the Belarusian Museum.

The leader of Belarusan Popula Front Zianon Pazniak gave a speech. He emphasized how important to organize such events for the national revival. Here in a foreign country we can meet Belarusian art.

Alaksandr Grygoriev’s art has very typical allegorical thinking, it has a distinctive artistic language. The main tune of the paintings is a manner of originality, which is so similar to the creations by Ecsuperi. When one looks into the painting more closely, it is possible to see the hidden Belarusian mentality. Besids fine art painting, the artist is working also in the fields of graphic and theatre decorative arts.

Opening of Genadz Drazdouís Exhibition in New York Print
Thursday, 06 December 2007

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.On November 25, 2007 in the St. Cyril's of Turau Cathedral in Brooklyn, NY the Belarusian Museum opened an exhibition by well known in Belarus and abroad artist  Genadz Drazdou. The works, represented at this exhibition “Higher Than Sky-scrapers”, seize fifteen years of the artist’s creative work. It was possible to see there 19 pictorial canvases, 8 graphical leaves and 5 icons, executed with innovative technics.

At the time of the event the author himself explained stylistic- vivid manner of his works  as transcendent symbolism. The artist pointed, that this is an attempt to grasp the today surprisingly complicated, interesting and full of mysteries world  by means of fine arts. The freedom of creative work anables an artist to have his/ her own rather independent  and distinctive view at the course of events and the sosiety’s development. At the same time the artist has a great responsibility, because his creative work is influencing on development and forming of a person and his/her world view. That is why Chritsian values are the scale for measuring of good and evil, of light and darkness. These values are the dominating aspect in Genadz Drazdou’s work.

Vladimir Novak`s exhibition in New York Print
Wednesday, 03 October 2007

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.On September 30, 2007 at 12 pm an exhibition of a number of works by Vladimir Novak was opened. It is a retrospective show of 27 oil paintings created during more than 40 years of work. One of his paintings the artist is presenting as a gift for the Belarusan Museum in New York.

Vladimir Novak was born on May, 20th, 1939 in the city of Krichev, Mogilev. His creativity differs with the plastic expressiveness and original composition. Personal exhibitions of the artist were opened in the Europe: in Germany, Austria, Bulgaria and other countries. In America his exhibition is going to be opened for the first time.

For the opening of the exhibition came dozens of Belarusians living in New York, there were many American guests too. About a hundred of people visited the exhibition the first day. Unfortunately the artist himself could not be there. Zianon Pazniak, Anatol’ Kolbun, Mikola Sahanovitch gave speeches. A musician from Armenia Arasia Pastatian played flute and piano.

Mikola Kupava`s exhibition in New York Print
Thursday, 14 June 2007

The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.On June 3rd Belarusan Museum of New York opened a personal exhibition of a famous Belarusan artist Mikola Kupava in the public hall of St. Cyril of Turau Cathedral. The leader of the Belarusan Popular Front Zianon Pazniak and leader of Belarusan Institute of Science and Art Vitaut Kipel spoke to the visitors of the exhibition. They spoke about history of art development both in Belarus and in Belarusan Diasporas abroad, greeted the artist upon the opening of his exhibition, and presented gifts to the artist. After the latter ceremonies, the artist took a lead in presenting his artwork. Mikalay Saganovich officially presented the gift to the artist on behalf of the Belarusan immigrants. The official opening procedure was completed by Siarzhyk Sokalay-Vojush, who in his turn also greeted the artist and sang the song of Belarusan rebirth.

Mikola Kupava is the artist with distinct domination of nationalistic themes in his artwork. Through his extensive creativity, the artist embeds the brightest and most influential individuals in Belarusan history and culture. It was Mikola Kupava who created the images of the Great Polatsk Duke Vseslav the Sorcerer, Duchess Ragneda, Duke Iziaslay, Saint Efrasinnia (Euphrasinne) of Polatsk, and Cyril of Turau. The artists' genius extends as far as the portrayal of Great Dukes of the Great Duchy of Lithuania, Belarusan war leaders, and, most profoundly, Belarus-independence-fighters Kastus Kalinouski and Tadeush Kasciushka. However, the artist spends the most amount of time on portrayal of brightest Belarusan authors Yakub Kolas and Yanka Kupala, who have been inspiring the artist since 1980. As a result, the public has portraits of the geniuses of Belarusan literature, the views of the countryside of Minsk, Vilnia, and Pinsk, the dearest places of the authors. The illustrations to the literature works of Kupala and Kolas is the merit of the artist. All artist's works are united by a common prevailing theme of Belarusan national idea.

1st Exhibition of The Belarusan Museum Print
Monday, 26 March 2007
On March 25th, The Belarusian Museum has opened its first exhibition in the ceremony hall of the St. Cyril's Turau Cathedral in New York. The exhibitions features the well known in Europe Belarusian artists such as Yladzimer Sylkoysky, Jagor Batalienak, Genadzj Drazdoy, Mihail Karpuk, Ales and Julia Shaternik. The opening of the show of Belarusian art work on March 25th is very significant because this is the day when Belarusian people gained their independence and declared the creation of Belarusian Republic for the first time in the history. Belarusian people who lives in USA found in this exhibition a relief which evoked memories and brought them closer to their homeland. 
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