Regina Khidekel, PhD of Fine Arts (New York)
SB Belarus todayread
«...I am sure that today is a truly momentous event: Belarus is talking about its heritage. From this point on, we are expecting the impulse of acknowledgement, understanding and respect. This is what can strongly promote UNOVIS to be more recognized on a global scale. We live in the USA, a country where eclectics, a mix of nations, lies at the core. What helps not to get lost in the flow is the sense of home. But our roots must be fostered from this source, from our homeland. That is why we depend so much on the support from Belarus, the opportunity to hold an exhibition of Lazar Khidekel here and announce it to the whole world».
«What has attracted me in Alexandra's work is the fact that the author recreates the urban environment that not only sends us back to the past but also shows the future of the ancient city».
Mark Khidekel, architect and designer (New York)
BDG Business Journalread
«The civilization has gained such power that it has started affecting nature in negative ways. How do they coexist in harmony and how do we use elements of nature when creating separate houses and entire cities? These are the questions that all modern architects are facing. Our time is helping us to emphasize the positive examples of such solutions. The harmony we are talking about emerges when a developer, an architect and the dwellers get what they want and what meets a certain cultural tradition and the natural environment. We have seen multiple examples of this in Belarus».
«Today it is impossible to deny the importance of ecological approach to any human activity, no less than denounce Khidekel's ideas».