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October - November 2014. National Center for Contemporary Art, Minsk. 


For the first time, the Vulica Brasil project offers to introduce Belarus to contemporary art by creating highly artistic works by world-renowned Brazilian artists (OSGEMEOS, Walter Nomura aka Tinho, Rogério Fernandes) and their bilateral collaboration with the most prominent Belarusian street artists: Cowek (Lida), Andrei Busel (Minsk), Mutus (Pinsk), Kontra (Minsk), Bazinato (Minsk), Ura (Vitsebsk), Khvostov (Homiel), Siarhei Paulavets (Maladzechna), Ivan Tame (Rechitsa), Siarhei Izum (Lida), Ulysses Nevmer (Homiel), Hade (Vorsha), Mikhas Mishuk (Minsk), RGB (Minsk), Ales Yuschanka (Polatsk), Frikos (Minsk), Nt (Brest), Grino (Rechitsa/Moscow), Key Detail (Minsk), both in the city space and throughout the entire venue of the Contemporary Arts Center (2 floors), where the Brazilian-Belarusian creative team creates its own autonomous city with its own laws and rules of the urban environment, demonstrating it through graffiti, stencils, posters, installations, photographs, sound projections, online drawings, etc. The special focus of the exhibition will be the models of distinctive and famous objects from Brazil and Belarus (architect Andrei Busel), where the artists will experiment with associations, transforming the visual impressions of the two countries. And thus expand the idea of what can be considered art, which modern forms allow not to lose the essence of interaction with society.

Kamila Yanushkevich, curator of the exhibition.

Photo: iVB photographic archive

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