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ArtFact exhibition in Pinsk

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Photos by E. Talamay © 2008

On July 19, 2008, in the Historical museum of Pinsk, Belarus opened an exhibition of group Artfact. This exhibition was opened in honor of people killed during Holocost. Among the nineteen artists who participated in this exibition, there were artists from other cities and Poland. The exhibition was opened by the leader of the Jewish community of the city A. Liberman. Liberman's speech was followed by music composed by Oleg Venger.

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Article by poet V. Grishkovets

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V. Yurgenson, N. Kozlovsky, A. voskoley, S. Zhilevich, G. Gurin, V. Saganovich, A. Shusterman, S. koprusov, A. Liberman, V. trusov

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E. L. Ginzburg

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Artist G. Shpitalnikov and Alla Shpitalnikov

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V. Grishkovets and O. Venger

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S. Zhilevich

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O. Venger, musician

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Unveiling ArtFact: Belarus' Emerging Art Collective

In the heart of Eastern Europe lies a burgeoning artistic force, the ArtFact group from Belarus, quietly making waves in the realm of contemporary art. Comprising a diverse ensemble of talented individuals, this collective has been steadily gaining recognition both locally and internationally for its innovative approach and captivating creations.
ArtFact's journey began as a collaborative endeavor among a handful of artists seeking to break free from traditional confines and explore the boundless possibilities of artistic expression. What sets this group apart is its commitment to pushing the boundaries of conventional art forms, embracing experimentation, and challenging societal norms.

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