Fine Art in Belarus
Fine art in Belarus varies in
style, direction and genre. The
most captivating work by
Belarus artists...
The largest collection of
works of art are in the
National Museum of Art,
which actively promotes
national art. Exhibition...
the National Museum of Art
Painters
Marc Chagall, one of
the most famous
Belarusians, was born
in Vitebsk in 1887 and
founded an art school in
the ci...
Bella with
White Collar,
1917
Most people in Belarus can play at
least one musical instrument, and
music in the country today boasts a
mixture of styles...
Pesnyary band
Syabry band
The first stationary theater was founded in Belarus in 1933
on the basis of the Belarusian opera and ballet school.
The mo...
The National academic drama
theatre named after Maxim Gorky
Literature in Belarus
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Books and literature have played an
important role among the cultural arts of
Belar...
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Opened in June
2006 in a new hitech building, the
National Library in
Minsk is the
copyright library
for the Republic o...
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The best Belarusian film is
“People on the swamp”
Belarusian culture
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Belarusian culture

  1. 1. Fine Art in Belarus Fine art in Belarus varies in style, direction and genre. The most captivating work by Belarus artists in different periods can be seen in museums across the country.
  2. 2. The largest collection of works of art are in the National Museum of Art, which actively promotes national art. Exhibitions by local artists are regularly held here. Other prominent museums across the country are the Vitebsk Art Museum, Mogilev regional Art Museum and the Polotsk art gallery.
  3. 3. the National Museum of Art
  4. 4. Painters Marc Chagall, one of the most famous Belarusians, was born in Vitebsk in 1887 and founded an art school in the city.
  5. 5. Bella with White Collar, 1917
  6. 6. Most people in Belarus can play at least one musical instrument, and music in the country today boasts a mixture of styles and influences. Traditional and folk music still has a big following in Belarus. Modern pop music is increasingly popular in Belarus. Belarus has been an enthusiastic participant in the Eurovision Song Contest since 2004 Music festivals are very popular in Belarus. The international arts festival Slavonic Bazaar in Vitebsk has become the symbol of the festival movement of Belarus
  7. 7. Pesnyary band
  8. 8. Syabry band
  9. 9. The first stationary theater was founded in Belarus in 1933 on the basis of the Belarusian opera and ballet school. The most famous operas staged in this theater are "Boris Godunov", "Othello", "and many other masterpieces of the world art. Nowadays you can see new interpretations of classical plays like "Carmen" and "Boris Goduniov" as well as traditional performances... The National Academic Big Opera and Ballet Theatre of the Republic of Belarus
  10. 10. The National academic drama theatre named after Maxim Gorky
  11. 11. Literature in Belarus        Books and literature have played an important role among the cultural arts of Belarus for centuries. Famous writers and poets from Belarus include: Simeon Polotsky Yanka Kupala Yakub Kolas Maxim Bogdanovich Vasil Bykov
  12. 12.  Opened in June 2006 in a new hitech building, the National Library in Minsk is the copyright library for the Republic of Belarus. A real source of national pride. It boasts the largest collection of Russianlanguage books outside of Russia.
  13. 13.  The best Belarusian film is “People on the swamp”

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