Director: Maxim Shved
The contemporary Belarus, freedom and art. A mysterious artist appears on the streets of Minsk. He is Zahar Cudin, one of the most promising Belarusian painters.
The director Maxim Shved is a lawyer and political scientist, but he has switched to filmmaking and photography. This film has emerged from his photo project about fundamental suprematism, which appears on the city walls when the community service workers paint out graffiti.
Curator's point of view: Contemporary art has found a place in conservative Belarus. There its place is on the streets. No tickets and no registration required.