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eng Automatic Translation

Pahonia

1989
Artistic group within the framework of membership in the Union of Artists of Belarus.The goal of the community is the development of the national art of Belarus, the preservation of its continuity, the enrichment of traditions, the preservation and enhancement of the artistic heritage of the cultural and historical heritage. All for the awakening of the national self-consciousness of the people, its spiritual, cultural and state revival.Representatives of the community organize exhibitions of their works almost every year, some of which are removed at the request of officials.

Associated Documents

Articles on KALEKTAR

Selected dates:

1990

The group was created as part of membership in the Union of Artists of Belarus. It was founded by the artists Aleksey Marochkin, Yevgeny Kulik, Viktor Markavets, Nikolai Kupava, brothers Vladimir and Mikhas Basalygi and hastily implemented in the famous workshop "On the paddashku" (from the Belarusian "Attic").

  • 1990-1998

  • Community leader Alexey Marochkin .

  • 1998-2004

  • Community leader Nikolai Kupava .

  • 2004-2007

  • Community leader Lev Talbuzin .

  • 2007-2011

  • Aleksey Marochkin becomes the head of the community again.

  • 2011-2016

  • Community leader Gennady Drozdov .

2015

Due to censorship , officials removed 3 works from the exhibition "Pursuit": paintings by Ales Mary "Duel or Resistance to a two-headed mutant", Ales Pushkin "In memory of Belarusians who died for Ukraine" and a portrait of an American artist of Belarusian origin Galina Rusak created by Viktor Markovets. Moreover, the last canvas was removed only because the background of the picture resembled a censor's white-red-white flag.

2016

The creative community "Pursuit" includes a little over fifty Belarusian artists.

Since 2017

  • Community leader Igor Marochkin .