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Return to Romanticism

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On 31 March at the art gallery “Panorama” opened an exhibition “Le retour au romantisme” (“Return to Romanticism”).


That was a joint project of the National Library of Belarus and the Embassy of France in the Republic of Belarus.

The exposition included works of Fyodor Yastreb, Evgeni Shuneyko, Irina Kotova, Yuri Podolin, Igor Gorbunov, Lyudmila Nalivayko, Karina Horonrko, Elizaveta Pastushenko, Veronika Maloshuk, Vladimir Rynkevich, Olga Myelnik, Darya Moroz-Korat, Dmitri Shapovalov and other artists of different generations and working in different styles.

Director of the National Library of Belarus Roman Motulsky and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France in the Republic of Belarus Michael Renery opened the exhibition. The head of the Gallery and Exhibition Division of the National Library of Belarus Fyodor Yastreb, the curator of the project and art critic Evgeni Shuneyko, an artist Irina Kotova, art managers of the project and other creative workers took part in the event.

The exhibition runs at the art gallery Panorama (the indoor observation platform on the 22nd floor) until 26 April 2011. The exhibition entrance fee is equal to that of the the Observation Platform of the National Library of Belarus.

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