The solo exhibition of Nikolay Ovchinnikov ‘Attraction’

The solo exhibition of Nikolay Ovchinnikov ‘Attraction’
The solo exhibition of Nikolay Ovchinnikov ‘Attraction’ starts at the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus from February 4, 2023. It is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the artist’s birth. The exhibition will present about 40 works from the author’s studio.

Nikolay Ovchinnikov is one of the most famous contemporary Belarusian artists. His name is well known to connoisseurs of fine art both in Belarus and abroad. He is one of the brightest representatives of the Molodechno creative community, which occupies a prominent place in the history of the Belarusian fine arts of the 20th–21stcenturies. It is associated with such masters as Yadviga Rozdzyalovskaya, Dmitry Krachkovsky, Konstantin Khoroshevich, Yury Gerasimenko-Zhiznevsky, Aleksandr Pashkevich and Aleksandr Grishkevich.

The main theme of Nikolay Ovchinnikov’s landscapes is historical places of Belarus, monuments of culture, architecture and archeology. His landscapes are lyrical and romantic, soulful in figurative idea, restrained and transparent in color. One feels that the artist cares deeply about the historical memory of his people. In front of the viewer he tries to reveal a clear connection between past and present. It is preserved by the cultural heritage passed down to us by our ancestors.

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frequently asking questions

Where can I park an automobile?

The closest parking spot is along the Karl Marx Str. (paid parking)

Can I enter in the outdoor clothes?

No, it is not according to the museum rules. Please, leave it in the cloacroom. 

What should I leave in the cloakroom?

All oversized bags, backpacks and packages larger than 30x40x20 cm, as well as umbrellas, must be checked in to the cloakroom or left in the storage room. Bottles of water cannot be brought into the exposition, you can drink water in the lobby or museum cafe on the 1st floor.

Сan i enter the exposition with a baby stroller?

Yes, we welcome visitors in the 0+ age category.