Paviel Khadarovich is mentioned in different genres, but he prefers the still life. The author’s still life paintings have a sophisticated composition, stable and rhythmically painted forms, a clear texture of objects, sudden perspectives, providing the composition with movement and metaphor. The painter’s colour palette is different, but the colors are quite, as if ‘velvet’, because they do not take one’s mind off and present the general design of the work.
In addition to still life paintings, the exhibition also displays several landscapes. The landscapes of Paviel Khadarovich are featured by a poetic mood combined with an external emotional restraint, a deeply personal attitude to the natural world, which keeps the viewer involved.
Paviel Khadarovich was born to the family of famous artist Uladzimir Khadarovich in Minsk on June 25, 1987. He graduated from the College of Arts named after Ivan Akhremchyk with a degree in painting in 2006. In 2012, he graduated from the Belarusian State Academy of Arts with a degree in easel painting. The artist perfectly defended his diploma project ‘From the Man-Made Sources’.
Paviel Khadarovich worked as a teacher of drawing and painting at the Minsk State Art College named after Aliaksiej Gliebaw from 2012 to 2014. He opened his painting school ‘Kvadart’ in Minsk in 2015. He organized and carried out a number of art projects in the studio.
Paviel Khadarovich has been a member of the Belarusian Union of Artists since 2013.
He has been actively participating in various exhibitions, competitions and projects since 2007. Among them are personal exhibitions ‘Sources of Inspiration’ (Sluck, 2009), ‘Return to the Origins’ (Svietlahorsk, 2014), ‘Berlin as Seen by the Eyes of the Belarusian Artist’ at the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in Berlin (2014), exhibitions at the Kaliarovy Shliakh Gallery in Orša (2017) and the ArtBlique Gallery in Minsk (2018). The artist has taken part in a lot of group, republican and international exhibitions held in Minsk, Viciebsk, Mir, as well as outside the Republic of Belarus – in Poland and Lithuania.