The exhibition of Georgiy Skripnichenko, the first representative of the Belarusian surrealism, has opened in the Belarusian capital. Paintings and graphic works are on display in the National Historical Museum. Visitors have a unique opportunity to see the master’s works which were rarely exhibited during his lifetime, and some of them never left the artist’s workshop. Today, the creative legacy of the founder of the new aesthetics is kept in public and private collections. Skripnichenko's paintings will be exhibited during the Second European Games as well.