Weird and beautiful from Belarus
We are a curated Belarusian contemporary art magazine. Our goal is to popularize Belarusian art, making it more accessible to a wider audience (both in Belarus and worldwide) and to create an objective, impartial and complete map of contemporary Belarusian art. Chrysalis Mag focuses on trendy and outstanding visual art. We want to showcase the Belarusian artistic community to spotlight new and unique art.
Chrysalis Mag is looking for new and amazing Belarusian talent. We are here to support professional artists at all stages of their career and provide a platform to promote their work. It’s not the quantity, but the quality that matters to us. The inalienable demand for our publication is the high level of the author professionality.
Although we position ourselves as a Belarusian contemporary art magazine, we don’t want to separate ourselves from the global art community. Thus, a new section dedicated to world contemporary visual art has been added to our magazine, and we also expect to grow it even further.
How to submit Chrysalis Mag? Go to our Submission section, please.
We are interested in collabs and partnership. Let us know if you have some ideas! firstname.lastname@example.org (subject line: Enquiries).
If you have information about an interesting artist, please share it with us. We are looking for new names and know a lot, but not enough!
If you have any news about an exhibition or art event — we will be happy to share the information!
Use #chrysalismag to get featured on our social media.
Invite us to exhibitions and events — we will be happy to prepare and publish the report!
Multi-disciplinary illustration artist, member of Belarusian Union of designers & Belarusian art popularizer. Illustrator at proekt.media and БОЛЬШОЙ magazine. Works with such clients as Tatler, Interscope Records, Volkswagen, Republic, Skolkovo, A1, Coca-Cola, Salle Privée, Кассиопея, Петля Пристрастия, etc.
Psychologist by education. He is engaged in the creation of materials on cultural and social thematics.
Graphic artist. Lecturer at the Department of Graphics, Belarusian State Academy of Arts. Kate is an active national and international exhibitions participator since 2009. Her artworks are presented in private collections in Belarus, China, Sweden, France, Poland, Ukraine and Russia.