On March 26, the final stage of the photo project “I See It with My Heart” took place in the library.
The event was held in the framework of the project “The Native Land, the Tale of Times”, dedicated to the Year of the Native Land.
Professionals and amateurs shared their vision of their native land: the Belarus 24 TV channel along with the National Library of Belarus presented the works by photographers of different qualification. During the first two stages visitors of the expositions could see the works of the participants of the photo project and vote for their favorite photos.
Diplomas were awarded to those authors whose works were liked by the majority of the audience.
The winner of the first stage is a photographer, director and cameraman, laureate of the special Award of the President of the Republic of Belarus in the field of cinema and television Igor Byshnyov for the snow, winter picture of the red-haired mistress of the Belarusian forests, “Fox”.
The winner of the second stage is a photographer who works in the time-lapse technique, video operator, Dmitry Vazhnik, for a snapshot of a night view of Minsk from a bird's-eye view, “Center”.
Elena Dolgopolova, First Deputy Director of the National Library of Belarus, congratulated the winners of the photo project and noted that the Year of the Native Land became an occasion for cooperation between various organizations and presented many interesting projects.
The event was attended by the chief director of the “Belarus 24” TV channel Alexander Martynenko, head of the Marketing and Promotion Department of the Belarus 24 TV channel Elena Barinova, photographers, journalists and the general public.
The guests of the event got acquainted with the exhibition of works by 14 photo artists, participants of the previous stages. Among them are Igor Byshnyov, Ilya Gelej, Stanislav Bogdevich, Sergey Tarasov, Maxim Mikeshin, Sergey Plytkevich, Alexander Mekler, Vlad Sokolovsky, Katerina Mitina, Julia Voinich, Dmitry Vazhnik, Andrei Semenkov, Maxim Vejze and Ilya Shirmanov.
The exposition will run until April 30, 2019 in the "Atrium" gallery(3rd floor).
The end date of the exhibition can be changed.
The opening hours of the exhibition correspond to the library’s opening hours.
Entrance to the exhibition is available by the library ticket or ticket of the library's social and cultural center.
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