The artist’s works are in the collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Krakow (MOCAK), in the ART4 Museum in Moscow, and in private collections in Sweden, Canada, Russia, the USA, and Lithuania.
Born in Smorgon (BSSR, today the Republic of Belarus).
He studied at the Krasin Moscow State Technical University of Economics and Technology in Moscow, majoring in Advertising.
He is engaged in staged photography and shoots the series “Dissomnia”, in which he rethinks Belarusian folklore and the subconscious.
The first personal exhibition of Dissomnia at the local history museum in Smorgon.
Work on the project “Society of a Happy Death” - exploring preparation for death through Catholic practices using the example of the personal story of a grandmother and the religious community “Matki Bożej, Patronki Dobrej Śmierci”.
He begins to actively engage in painting; The Lost series appears, for which portraits of missing people are used as material; a little later, the artist begins to work on the Face in Shadow series, where he uses political images in the prism of mythology and visualizes them using figurative painting. The theme of politics will continue to the present day with an emphasis on dictatorship and the cult of personality.
The book "21 glasses. Stories of Yogesh recorded by Anro" is published, published by Trimedia Content. Republished in 2019, tapas books.
Personal exhibition “I appreciate it” in the creative space “TsEH” in Minsk.
A series of graphic works “New World” is being created, which is based on the pages of the “New World” magazine from the 80s, exploring the theme of Soviet-era utopia and nostalgia in post-Soviet society.
Personal exhibition "Memory Games" in the gallery "Triangle" (CCA Winzavod, Moscow).
Personal exhibition Screenshot in the gallery "Triangle" (CCA Winzavod, Moscow).
Personal exhibition Untitled at A&V Art Gallery in Minsk.
Member of the art group “Who but Us” (duet with Vasilisa Palyanina).
The artist focuses on the historical and political memory of the Republic of Belarus. The project “Belarusian Context” begins as a picturesque, collective memory is transferred to homespun linen, the faces of current and missing politicians (Viktor Gonchar, Yuri Zakharenko), former and current security officials, and ideologists are depicted. After the protest events of 2020, the project continues not only in analogue, but also in digital form.
Resident of the Gaude Polonia Scholarship Program in Warsaw under the supervision of Adam Panczuk. The result of the work was the author's photo book Happy Death Society, printed in a small edition.
Participant of the Goethe-Institut residency program: work in the art group Slavs and Tatars in Berlin.
Personal exhibition The Silence Speaks Volumes in the Third Place space in Grodno.