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eng Automatic Translation

Nemiga-17

1986 – 2006

The creative association is a formation of the official art system of Belarus in the 1980s-1990s.

Selected events

Articles on KALEKTAR

Associated Documents

Creative association.

The unifying factor for the group members was the departure from the principles of socialist realism and the search for a new plastic language. They associated creative liberation with the strengthening of the formal and coloristic principles. Many participants of "Nemiga-17" gravitated towards non-figurativeness.

The name of the group refers to the address where the association's first exhibition was held: Nemiga Street and the 17th floor of the house where Sergey Kiryushchenko's workshop is today.

Initially, the participants of "Nemiga-17" were concerned about the theme of archaism and the reflection of national identity in art. However, over time, the positions of the authors diverged more and more in the direction of their individual searches and the development of their own sign systems. Someone came to actual practices ( Sergey Kiryushchenko ), someone - to expressive abstraction ( Anatoly Kuznetsov ), etc.

Participants: Nikolay Bushchik, Galina Gorovaya, Sergey Kiryushchenko, Anatoly Kuznetsov, Zoya Litvinova, Olgerd Malishevsky, Oleg Matievich, Tamara Sokolova, Leonid Khobotov, Ales Tsirkunov.

Leaders: Leonid Khobotov (1986–1999), Nikolai Bushchik (1999–2000), Sergey Kiryushchenko (2000–2006).

Alexander Solovyov, Vladimir Providokhin, Alexander Metlitsky also took part in the exhibitions "Nemigi-17".

Art historians who collaborated with the association: Valery Buivol, Irina Stalnaya.

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Selected dates:

1986

Foundation of the team.

1986–1999

The association was led by Leonid Khobotov.

1991

Exhibition at the André Malraux Museum of Modern Art in Le Havre (France).

1999–2000

The association was led by Mykola Bushchik.

2000–2006

The association was led by Sergei Kiryushchenko.

2002

Exhibition at the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

2006

The association dissolves itself.