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    Zero Radius. Art Ontology of The 00s. Minsk. 2000–2010 — this is the full name of belarusian contemporary art research project. It contains three… Read More
    Zero Radius. Art Ontology of The 00s. Minsk. 2000–2010 — this is the full name of belarusian contemporary art research project. It contains three main stages: 1) art research, 2) group exhibition and 3) book release. Read Less
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Edited by: Oksana Jguirovskia, Olga Shparaga, Ruslan Vashkevich
Logo concept: Ruslan Vashkevich
Authors of the photographs: Miroslav Adamchik, Anna Babitskaya, Oxana Jguirovskia,
Sergey Zhdanovich, Anna Loktionova, Artyom Rybchinsky, Vika Shcherbakova, Dasha Buben
Format: 160×240 mm, 532 pages.
ISBN 978–985–562–040–3
Zero Radius. Art Ontology of The 00s. Minsk. 2000–2010 — this is the full name of belarusian contemporary art research project. It contains three main stages: 1) art research, 2) group exhibition and 3) book release. Having designed lots of graphics for the book and for the exhibition, I would like to demonstrate the book as the complete result.
532 pages represent the result of a collective interdisciplinary research of the contemporary Belarusian art of the first decade of XXI century (mainly connected with Minsk). Those are theoretical and publicistic texts, dedicated to its various aspects. The book also contains photographic and text materials referred to Zero Radius exhibition and brief information on all the artists, selected by project experts as representatives of the decade of interest.
Foreword part printed in special Reflex Blue Pantone. Page numbers are located in headlines for language navigation.
Here is where the single-colored print section meets the CMYK Photoreport section:
Now — the black text section of Theory:
® sign — is being used as a special end of article character.
 
CMYK section with art reproductions and artists profiles starts on coated paper:
Coated paper section is ending and we use a grayscale print Appendices.
The book is intended for all those interested in contemporary Belarusian art and cultural processes going on in our country.