Alexey Utkin’s “Cyprus Landscape and Its Diversities” and Asgat Dinikeyev’s “Poetry of Time” exhibitions to be opened by Prime Minister Ersan Saner on June 14 at the University of Kyrenia Fine Arts Gallery.

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Alexey Utkin’s “Cyprus Landscape and Its Diversities” and Asgat Dinikeyev’s “Poetry of Time” exhibitions to be opened by Prime Minister Ersan Saner on June 14 at the University of Kyrenia Fine Arts Gallery.

Artists Alexey Utkin and Asgat Dinikeyev’s “Cyprus Landscape and Its Diversities” and “Poetry of Time” exhibitions exclusively prepared for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will meet with the art lovers at the University of Kyrenia Fine Arts Gallery, with the opening ceremony to be attended by Prime Minister Ersan Saner on Monday, June 14.

The “Cyprus Landscape and Its Diversities” exhibition of Alexey Utkin, who has participated in many national and international exhibitions, consists of 20 works. Details come to the fore in the works of the artist, who depicts the historical regions of Nicosia and Kyrenia. The “Poetry of Time” exhibition, in which Asgat Dinikeyev portrays what time evokes, also consists of 20 works.

Who is Alexey Utkin?
Born in Russia in 1949, the artist graduated from the No. 1 Boarding School in Almaty in 1969, where deaf children were educated, and then from the Kazakh National Academy of Arts, in 1985. Alexey Utkin, who has been a member of the Artists Union of the Republic of Kazakhstan since 1999, has participated in many national and international exhibitions in Kazakhstan, Italy, the USA, Russia, and the TRNC.

Who is Asgat Dinikeyev?
Born in 1942 in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Asgat Dinikeyev graduated from the painting department of Ufa Art College in 1968. He participated in many regional, national and international art exhibitions. Asgat Dinikeyev, a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Academy of Arts, also holds the titles of State Artist of the Republic of Kazakhstan and State Artist of the Republic of Tatarstan.