Belarus: History Through Art

Today in Monaco, a small state located on the shores of the Ligurian Sea, the exhibition “Belarus: history through art” has opened. It is dedicated to the protest movement that swept our country in the wake of the 2020 elections.

According to the organizers, “the exhibition will acquaint you with the past and present of Belarus, as well as with culture and architecture. In addition, the event aims to raise awareness of the country, which is the geographical center of Europe, but also one of the most unexplored places in Europe."

Unlike the Baltic countries or Poland, in the western part of the continent, they really know very little about Belarus. Earlier, the worn-out term "Europe's last dictatorship" was in use, but we can safely say that it is more irrelevant. Today Belarus is a country fighting a bloody dictator, and Belarusians are a people who proclaimed their adherence to European values: freedom, justice, the rule of law, and law.

  

It is essential to tell all people of goodwill about what is happening in Belarus. Today's speakers include Maria Moroz, head of "A Country to Live in" foundation. She introduced the audience to the activities of the Foundation and its contribution to the struggle of our people for freedom.

Solidarity, unification, joint work of diasporas and people inside the country are the building blocks that will help build a country for the life of all Belarusians.


The exhibition will feature a variety of paintings, photographs, and sculptures. More than 15 exhibitors from Belarus will take part in it, including an award-winning photographer and artist. The exhibition will run until August 9 - the anniversary of a significant date in the modern history of Belarus.

For details of the exhibition, see here.
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