The photo exhibition “I'm Seeing Belarus like That” of Vladislav Tsydzik runs at the National Library, from October 16 to November 16.
With forty-four pictures, Vladislav Tsydzik presents Belarus as a familiar and friendly land, which fascinates for its beauty and originality. The exposition is dedicated to the Year of the Native Land in Belarus.
Vladislav Tsydzik has traveled extensively throughout the country, so visitors can admire the calm fields and soft colors, wooden houses, the harvest, the famous architectural monuments, smiling people and winging storks. The master gives much attention to the Belarusian capital, which fascinates for its history and the impressive new day.
This year, the book “I'm Seeing Belarus like That” was released by "Zvyazda" publishing house. It includes Vladislav Tsydzik’s photos, which are on display at the National Library, together with verses by 65 modern Belarusian poets.
The exhibition runs in the gallery "Rakurs” until November 16, 2018.
The closing date may be changed.
The opening hours of the exhibition correspond to the library’s opening hours.
Admission is by library card or by ticket of the library's social and cultural center. Information and tickets may be obtained at the registration desk.
Read about the presentation there.