Consisting of 45 Works of Art of 10 Kyrgyz Artists, the “Painting Exhibition of Kyrgyzstan Artists” Was Opened by Hasan Taçoy, Minister of Economy and Energy…

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Consisting of 45 Works of Art of 10 Kyrgyz Artists, the “Painting Exhibition of Kyrgyzstan Artists” Was Opened by Hasan Taçoy, Minister of Economy and Energy…

Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is the Louvre of the Turkic World…”
Featuring 45 artworks specially prepared for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by the 10 Kyrgyz painters, the Painting Exhibition of Kyrgyzstan Artists was opened by Hasan Taçoy, the Minister of Economy and Energy.

The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that the opening ceremony of the Painting Exhibition of Kyrgyzstan Artists was realized at the Exhibition Hall of the Faculty of Communication with the participation of the Economy and Energy Minister Hasan Taçoy, Near East University Founding Rector Dr. Suat Günsel, Central District Governor Ahmet Arslan, vice rectors, faculty deans, faculty members, artists and guests.
The opening remarks of the exhibition were delivered respectively by Professor Fahreddin Sadıkoğlu, NEU vice Rector, Zhyrgalbai Maturaimov; on behalf of Kyrgyz artists, and Hasan Taçoy, the Minister of Economy and Energy.

An Exhibition Featuring Unique Works of Art…
Expressing that artists from the Turkic republics and communities situated in Central Asia were all different from each other, Professor Sadıkoğlu stated that the artworks of some artists had a deep philosophical meaning while the artworks of others display a rich harmony of colors.
“These artists’ works depict not only the story of the history of Kyrgyzstan and its people but also the contrast and bright transition from cold to warm colors .The works of Kyrgyz artists are unique in terms of content and style. Their works reflect their love for the motherland, history, culture and family. Colors are used in an attractive manner and the nature is reflected as it is. While realism is depicted very well in their works, abstract works and works reflecting the cultural motifs stand out from a number of paintings created by other artists so far. Most of their artworks reflect inspirations not only from ancient tales and epics but also from the precious work “The Scaffold” by Chinghiz Aitmatov, one of the best known figures in Kyrgyzstan’s literature” noted he.

Expressing that Kyrgyzstan was one of the countries that frequently encountered with elections for the presidency, Professor Sadıkoğlu stated that the freedom of nomadic life led people to change the president that they were not satisfied with his/her performances. Professor Sadıkoğlu ended his remarks by wishing everyone a pleasurable exhibition.

Consisting of 45 Works of Art of 10 Kyrgyz Artists, the “Painting Exhibition of Kyrgyzstan Artists” Was Opened by Hasan Taçoy, Minister of Economy and Energy…

Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is the Louvre of the Turkic World…
In his opening remarks, Zhyrgalbai Maturaimov, who spoke on behalf of Kyrgyz artists, stated that Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts was an outstanding project initiated with the initiative of Dr. Suat Günsel.

“Our fellow artists, who came to North Cyprus, told us about Near East University and Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. However, we were able to understand how significant project the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts was only when we saw it with our own eyes. This project, aims to create a museum which will be learning place reflecting solely Turkic Art and culture. In this context, we consider Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts as the Louvre Museum of the Turkic world. I wish success and endless energy to everyone who works and strives to realize this mission” said he.

Minister Taçoy: “The Art Beauties Displayed by Near East University should be applauded…”
In his opening remarks Hasan Taçoy, the Minister of Economy and Energy, drew attention to crucial role of art and artists in ensuring a full existence of a nation.

“In this regard, Near East University has put the wheels into motion and come up with distinguished exhibitions reflecting the culture and art of Turkic peoples from different countries situated in Central Asia. Congrats to Near East University and those providing contributions to these significant exhibitions. To establish a museum where Turkic culture and art come alive is an arduous process. I firmly believe that it is not possible to get tired through this process driven by the energy aroused from such beauties of art. Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is scheduled to open its doors in 2020. Since the project was initiated, almost 10 thousand pieces of artworks by 700 artists have been added to the collection of the museum. This is praiseworthy and should be applauded. This excitement needs to continue unceasingly. 20 thousand of works of art by 1700 artists will take a worthy place in the collection of the museum and this is an unbelievable thing. It is a great pleasure to see such beauties through pieces of artworks depicting the artist’s feelings, imaginations, experiences, ethnical values as well as nature, history and realism” noted he.

Minister Taçoy extended his appreciations to Dr. Suat Günsel and everyone for contributions to the event and wished that these beauties and accomplishments would continue.

Touching upon the Industry Fair, Minister Taçoy stated that the products created by the entrepreneurship of students by benefitting from ideas given by education and innovative R&D studies would be debuted at the fair as a new industrial product. Minister Taçoy ended his remarks by wishing that Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, which is a real wealth for the country, would be beneficial.

Certificate of Appreciation was presented and the exhibition was opened for visit…
Following the opening remarks, Hasan Taçoy, the Minister of Economy and Energy, presented certificate of appreciations to Kyrgyz artists. Then the ribbon was cut and the exhibition was opened for visit. The exhibition, which reflects the Kyrgyz culture via ethnic motifs, can be visited at the Exhibition Hall of the Faculty of Communication between 08.00-16.00 hours on weekdays until 21 June 2019.