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Andrey Anro born 1987

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About Anro (born 24 June 1987) is an artist and painter who lives and works in Smargon, Belarus. In the past Anro produced paintings, drawings, photo and installations. He now works mainly with oil and acrylic on canvas for the project “The Lost”, study of subject the missing people through a portrait. is an artist and painter who lives and works in Smargon, Belarus. Education: 1996 - 1999 – Art School (Smargon, Belarus) 2004 - 2008 – Krasin MGTTIP (Moscow, Russia)​ Group exhibitions: 2014 – “Alphabet” (Gomel, Belarus) 2013 – “Becoming an artist” (Minsk, Belarus)

Andrey Anro, 2013

2013 – “Structuring” (Minsk, Belarus)​​​​ 2010 – “Foto-Future” (Moscow, Russia) 2009 – “Project 11” (Saint Petersburg, Russia) 2009 – “European Belarus” (Minsk, Belarus)​ Solo exhibitions: 2011 - “Dissomnia” (Smargon, Belarus)​

Left: Face In Shadow, 2013 Oil & acrylic Canvas on hardboard 52 x 34 cm


The Lost “The Lost” is a project to respond on the actual problem: millions of people get lost every year on Earth. “What does it mean to lose or get lost ?” – the question an artist ask his viewer trying to study “lost” in a portrait of who has been disappeared. The loss is not just the loss in physical sense. One can lose another gradually making it difficult to know the moment the loss has been actually happened. That way close people loss each other: they know each other but do not live for each other. “Lost” is in physical shell and we describe it as emptiness of someone you know has been disappeared. Sometimes “lost” wins to make us invisible for people that were previously close to us.

Right: The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 50 x 42 cm


Left and right: The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 50 x 35 cm


Left and right: The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 50 x 35 cm


Left and right: The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 55 x 42 cm


The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 57 x 49 cm


The Lost, 2014 Oil on canvas 60 x 45 cm


Left: The Lost, 2014 Oil and acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 cm Right: The Lost, 2014 Oil and acrylic on canvas 60 x 45 cm


Left: The Lost, 2014 Oil and acrylic on canvas 50 x 42 cm Right: The Lost, 2014 Oil and acrylic on canvas 40 x 30 cm


Face In Shadow This project examines the hero of our time - the politician. Who is that man in a suit which takes care of tomorrow? How legitimate his actions are? Whether the politician has the right to solve global issues and to use the power to give orders? Is the policy opened for us or the main issues are being solved by men in the shadows?

Right: Plat I, 2014 Oil and acrylic on canvas 120 x 90 cm


Left: Man In Shadow, 2014 Oil on canvas 90 x 120 cm Right: The Soldier, 2014 Oil on canvas 50 x 42 cm


Left: The Crusaders, 2014 Oil on canvas 100 x 150 cm Right: Face In Shadow (II), 2013 Oil on canvas 50 x 35 cm


Left: The Two, 2014 Oil on canvas 70 x 50 cm Right: The Closed Face, 2013 Oil on canvas 70 x 50 cm


Left: The Man On The Road, 2013 Oil on acrylic on canvas 60 x 45 cm Right: Figures At The Crucifixion, 2013 Oil on canvas 90 x 120 cm


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