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Enjoying the Art: We Invite You to "Art-Minsk 2020"

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November 24
"Panorama" Gallery (22nd floor)

The Library opens the "Art-Minsk 2020" exhibition on November 24.

The exhibition is held within the framework of the "Art-Minsk" festival, which unites several exhibition venues in Minsk in different parts of the city.

The National Library of Belarus is joining the festival for the third time. The exhibition will present the best works of artists in various directions, genres and techniques that exist and are developing today in Belarusian painting and graphics.

The organizers of the "Art-Minsk 2020" festival are the Belarusian Union of Artists, the Republican Art Gallery “Palace of Art”, the Centre for fine and media arts “New Cultural Initiative” with the support of "Gazprom Transgaz Belarus".

This large-scale holiday has been prepared for the sole purpose of giving the residents and guests of the city the pleasures of art.

Visitors to the "Panorama" Gallery will see pictures by famous masters and talented artists of different generations and worldviews. The rich exposition will present the best and most original works from the collection of modern Belarusian art that will appeal to any esthete.

The grand opening of the "Art-Minsk 2020" will begin at 5 pm in the "Panorama" Gallery (22nd floor).

Admission is free for the opening, later the cost coincides with the cost of the Observation Deck visit.

The exhibition will be on show until January 15, 2021.
The end date is subject to change.

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


Read also about the opening ceremony of the Art-Minsk 2020 exhibition.


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