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pARTisan

2009
Magazine and website. Media project consisting of the pARTisan almanac (published since 2002), a series of albums by Belarusian artists "PARTizan Collection" (published since 2009) and an Internet portal (since 2012).

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Articles on KALEKTAR

Editorial about the almanac: "The project explores and presents the most relevant, acute, sometimes controversial phenomena in Belarusian culture: art, literature, music, cinema, theater. It creates and exposes idols, constructs and destroys myths, rooting and trampling on values. only in a figurative, but also in the literal sense: it monitors new trends in world art, collaborates with foreign authors, periodically publishes special issues about the modern culture of individual countries (Switzerland, Poland, Germany).

For 10 years, cult and legendary Belarusian authors have appeared on the pages of the almanac: philosophers Valentin Akudovich, Ales Antipenko, Almira Usmanova, Olga Shparaga, culturologists and art critics Olga Arkhipova, Maxim Zhbankov, Olga Kovalenko, Olga Kopenkina, Andrei Rasinsky, artist and writer Adam Globus , writers Igor Bobkov, Olga Gapeeva, Maria Martysevich, Andrey Khadanovich, artists Sergey Kiryushchenko, Andrey Dureiko, Vladimir Lappo and others .

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Valentin Akudovich, "Apologists of Absence": "Partizan is the one who hides all the time (hide and seek is the only national game of Belarusians), the partisan is the one who always says to himself: "I'm not there", the partisan is the one who shows up only at the moment of sabotage (in our case, intellectual or aesthetic), and then disappears again in the absence of itself.