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Alexander Adamov automatic translation

  • artist
  • critic
  • scenographer
1996

Nickname: Curator of Art Critics.

Artist, conceptualist, critic, set designer.

Creates minimalist conceptual gestures and objects, most often of an ironic nature.

Since 2020, he ironically comprehends the visual culture of modern Belarus as an art critic (alter-ego) under the name Curator of Art Critics, who proceeds from the premise that the art of Belarus in all its diversity is a unique phenomenon and requires deep analysis. The Curator's activity is unfolding in critical articles on the Instagram channel and in reviews of events on the YouTube channel of the same name.

Lives and works in Minsk.

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Personal site:

adamovalexandr.github.io

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Selected events

Selected Artwork Series

Selected artworks

Associated institutions

Selected dates:

1996

Born in the village of Poddubye (Mogilev region, Republic of Belarus).

2017

Graduated from the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts (specialty: culturologist-manager).

2018

Graduated with a master's degree in art history.

2018 - 2021

Postgraduate studies in cultural studies.

Since 2019

Works as a set designer in theater projects.

2021

Graduated from the postgraduate course of the Belarusian State University of Culture and Arts (theory and history of culture).

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Scenography:

"M.", Cultural hub OK16, Minsk, director: Nikolay Ilinchik, 2019.

"God rides a bike", Mogilev Drama Theatre, director: Polina Dobrovolskaya, 2020.

"Deja Vu", Mogilev Regional Drama and Comedy Theater named after. IN AND. Dunin-Martsinkevich, Bobruisk, director: Evgenia Davidenko, 2020.

"Ave, Richard", Chamber Drama Theatre, Minsk, director: Evgeny Mashkovich, 2020.

"Alisa", Other Power, Minsk, director: Evgenia Davidenko, 2021.

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  • absurd
  • appropriation
  • art history
  • conceptualism
  • culturology
  • games / toys
  • history & art theory
  • irony
  • minsk
  • narrativeness
  • object & object conceptualism
  • poddubye
  • scenic practices & techniques
  • scenography
  • sculptural practices