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Belarus artwork exhibitions and presentations are in London, Great Britain on April 2-12, 2019

The presentations and exhibitions '' Belarus Art in London" will be held in London, Great Britain.

• the Belarusian artists' exhibition "Step by Step"(April, 2-9);

• the photoartist's exhibition "75", dedicated to the anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from the Nazi invaders. (April, 9-12);

• the collection presentation of the Belarusian designer Anastasia Falcovich. (April, 4);

• Alla Gubarevich's exhibition "Artistic thread". (April, 4).

All the events will be held in the representative office of Rossotrudnichestvo in London, and will be devoted to the Day of Unity of the Peoples of Belarus and Russia. April 2, 7 p.m - The Ceremonial opening of the Art exhibition "Step by Step".

The exhibition will be presented to public in London for the second time. Most of the artworks are abstracted from reality. The artist is focused on the world of feelings and personal experiences. Combining realistic and surrealistic traditions, the artists turn to the themes of childhood (Alexander Demidov, Anna Silivonchik), natural beginnings (Yegor Batalionok), human existence (Nikolai Buschik, Varvara Vyborova).

April 4 at 7.00 p.m – The Belarusian designer Anastasia Falkovich will showcase the unique collections of clothes with national motives and tell about their creation. The artistic and decorative works of Alla Gubarevich, presented at the exhibition, are united by the concept of “connecting thread”, a metaphoric expression of the inseparable connection of human existence with nature, interweaving of his impressions and memories, space and time.

The panels presented at the exhibition are made in the original mixed technique, called by the author himself “art-thread” classical form, but a unique author’s manner. April 9, 7 p.m – The photo exhibition ''75'' is represented by the works of Belarusian photoartist Anastasia Andreichikova together with the project of the Belarusian Republican Youth Union - "Belarus remembers".