Museum

Musical Organ

Developed in the Soviet Union in the second half of the 20th century by Dr. Petrovsky, Abbe Catalogue is a famous collection of 144 samples of optical glasses of different formulations and brands ranging from the lightest kroons to superheavy flints. There’s no other collection in the world to match it in the size of glass blocks and range.

«The Gifts of the Magi» by LightMagic (Belarus, 2014)

A unique hologram of the Orthodox shrine of the reliquaries with gold,
frankincense, and myrrh from St. Paul’s Monastery at the Holy Mountain Athos, Greece. With the blessing of His Holiness Cyril, Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia, this Christian shrine was located at the Charity House of Saint Job the Longsuffering in Minsk from 17 to 24 January 2014. Date of creation: 2014. Authors: L.V. Tanin, S.N. Ginak, N.G. Borzdov Monochrome reflection hologram on silver halide glass plate, size 40x30cm

Musical Organ

Developed in the Soviet Union in the second half of the 20th century by Dr. Petrovsky, Abbe Catalogue is a famous collection of 144 samples of optical glasses of different formulations and brands ranging from the lightest kroons to superheavy flints. There’s no other collection in the world to match it in the size of glass blocks and range.

“Boy with a dog” by holography lab of S.I. Vavilov soi (USSR, 1985)

Sculpture (bisquit) by A.Schpis, Imperial porcelain factory, St.Petersburg, 1872. Collection of State Hermitage, St.Petersburg. Monochrome reflection hologram on glass plate size 60×80 cm portrait, illumination from below. In-lab developed emulsion and coating by V.Smaev and assistants (L.Selyavko and J.Vavilova), GP-2 chemical processing.

“Not for a War” by holography lab of S.I. Vavilov soi (USSR, 1987)

The sculpture (chamotte) of I. Venkova made to 40-th anniversary of Victory in WWII. Monochrome reflection hologram on glass plate, size 80x120cm portrait, illumina- tion from below. Head of laboratory: M. Yermolaev. Recording: V. Bryskin with Spec- tra Physics laser mdl SP-171 (1W SLM Kr 647nm). Holographic plate: in-lab devel- oped emulsion and coating by V.Smaev and assistants (L. Selyavko and J. Vavilova), GP-2 chemical processing (author Yu. Usanov).