The “Panorama” Gallery (22nd floor) held the opening of the “Krasnoborski krai” photo exhibition on 31 January.
The exhibition is the outcome of the Krasnoborsk School of Photography's efforts in the tourist complex "Krasny Bor" between August 21 and 30, 2022.
The exhibition features photographs by well-known Belarusian photographers including author of the idea of the photo expedition and curator of the project Sergei Plytkevich, teachers Valery Vedrenko, Irena Gudievskaja, Viktor Malyshits, Sergey Miliukhin and Natalia Lokotko, students–winners of the republican photo contest "Youth View" Anna Berezhkova, Ivan Verezub, Anna Dominika Grib, Maria Ziganorova, Mikhail Lukjanchik, and Valeria Protasevich.
The exhibition includes natural landscapes, forest ecosystems, uncommon flora and animals from the Republic of Belarus’ Red Book. The photographs capture breathtaking vistas of glacial lakes, rivers and streams, swamps, hills, forests and black sandstones, as well as a sense of free space and the primeval nature of Krasnoborski krai. The starry sky and Lake Izubritsa, the fog over Lake Beloe, the Svolna river from above all impress with their magnificence. The naturalness of the portraits of animals like bison, cuckoos, kingfishers, and Ural owls as well as the lively pictures of elks, deer, fallow deer, and other forest creatures enthral.
The exhibition will introduce viewers to both the architectural history that has been conserved in the north of the Verkhnedvinsky district as well as the largest national landscape reserve in Belarus, "Krasny Bor". Pictures of the Assumption Church in the village of Sarja, the Gilzen’s and Shadursky’s palaces ruins in Osveja, the remains of the bell tower of the Euphrosyne of Polotsk Church in Rositsa won’t leave viewers indifferent.
The public is introduced to the photography for the first time.
The exhibition will run until 25 May, 2023.
The end date of the exhibition can be changed.
Entrance to the exhibition at the opening is free, and in other cases the price is included into the the price of visiting the Observation deck.
The opening hours of the exhibition corresponds to the Observation Deck’s opening hours.
For more info: (+375 17) 368 37 37.
The article is provided by the Public Relations Department.