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Painting exhibition “I Feel You”

Painting exhibition “I Feel You”
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On February 17, within the framework of the Year of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus, the exhibition of Ukrainian artist Natalya Polischuk “I Feel You” opened at the art gallery Panorama.


The exhibition organizers are the National Library of Belarus, the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus, the Lvov Branch of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, and the International Cyril and Methodius Academy of Slavic Education.

Natalya Polischuk’s painting is a dynamic alloy of paints and forms, undisguised emotions and feelings. Her canvases are remarkable for expressionistic tendencies which manifest through the sets of random touches generating picturesque spaces and images that are clear and close to the modern audience.

Director of the National Library of Belarus Roman Motulsky and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Ukraine in the Republic of Belarus Roman Bezsmertny opened the exhibition. Project curator and head of the Gallery and Exhibition Division of the National Library of Belarus Fyodor Yastreb, chairman of the Belarusian Branch of the International Cyril and Methodius Academy of Slavic Education Lyubov Shumskaya, representatives of the Ukrainian Diaspora, the Diplomatic Corps and creative circles of Ukraine and Belarus took part in the event. Young and talented Ukrainian artist Natalya Polischuk thanked the exhibition organizers for their aid and maintenance and presented her works to Mr. Motulsky and Mr. Bezsmertny.

The exhibition runs up to March 2, 2011, at the art gallery Panorama (the indoor observation platform on the 22nd floor). The cost of entrance is equivalent to the cost of a visit to the Observation Platform of the National Library of Belarus.

 

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