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October 9 – February 4, 2020
gallery "Panorama" (22nd floor)

It is said embroiderers see the world differently. With a small needle and colored threads, they transform very usual things into magic.

The Constellation of Images exhibition project, timed to the Mother’s Day, presents landscapes and portraits, as well as replicas of famous artists.

The authors of works are members of the Suzorje (Constellation) club of the Belarusian Union of Women. The love of embroidery unites persons of different ages and professions.

With a variety of colors and shades – over two hundred! – the embroiderers create amazing stories. Such a rich palette gives the impression of an oil painting.

The exposition opens on October 9.
The entrance fee is included in the observation deck ticket price.

The exhibition runs until January 15, 2020.
The ending date can be changed.

For more info: (+375 17) 293 28 33, 293 28 81.

Read more about the opening of the Constellation of Images exhibition.


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