On August 16 the Library will host the opening of a new exposition of the photo project by the "Belarus 24" TV channel "I See It with My Heart".
The third stage of the exhibition project of the National Library of Belarus "The Native Land, the Tale of Times" represents the works made by 8 Belarusian photographers, acquainting visitors with their vision and perception of their native country. Vlad Sokolovsky, Ekaterina Mitina, Yulia Voynich, Andrey Semenkov, Maxim Veyse, Ilya Sharmanov, Sergey Gapon give an opportunity to see an unexpected Belarus through their photos. It will be presented under the angle of sincere children's emotions, cities and the most beautiful Belarusian landscapes from a bird's-eye view, in virgin nature and modern buildings ...
Within the framework of the project the largest collection of postcards of the end of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century with Belarusian cities and towns and books by V.A. Likhodedov, which has no analogues in the world.
An information-documentary exhibition “The Locals” will open in the circular corridor on the 3rd floor. More than 300 thematic publications tell about the outstanding educators, diplomats, commanders, astronauts, inventors, cultural figures and sportsmen who were born in Belarus and gained great achievements outside Belarus, due to their talents and skills. The exhibition consists of six sections, which represent the provincial cities and regions of Belarus. The project will run until December 31, 2018.
The event will be held on August 16 at 15.00 in the "Atrium" gallery (3rd floor).
You can see the photo exhibition “I See It with My Heart” and to vote for the most preferred work till November, 2018.
The end date of the exhibition may be changed.
The opening hours of the exhibition correspond to the opening hours of the library.
Entrance to the exhibition is available by the library ticket or ticket of the library's social and cultural center.
For more info: (8 017) 266 37 37, 293 28 23.
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