For the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, artist Aibek Abdilamitov brings art lovers together with the artwork he created during the quarantine days due to the coronavirus

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Added On: 28 April 2020, Tuesday, 22:14
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For the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, artist Aibek Abdilamitov brings art lovers together with the artwork he created during the quarantine days due to the coronavirus
With the rapid spread of COVID-19 caused by the new coronavirus (nCov) and the increase in the number of cases around the world, artists continue to create magnificent works by painting on canvas and sometimes by shaping stones in order to draw attention to the issue and support the struggle against the pandemic.

The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that the sculptor Aibek Abdilamitov has created a magnificent work with his lump hammer and rasp and presented it to the taste of the art lovers in order to draw attention to the combat against COVID-19 pandemic which causes great fear and anxiety all over the world, Artist Abdilamitov made the sculpture of Khan, the ruler of the nomadic peoples. The khan statue that he created depicts the sitting ruler and the eagle with open wings symbolizes the freedom which is the treasure of the nomadic people. It is stated that the Khan, who is sitting on his knees, protects his people from the evil, while the hat on his head protects him from cold and wind and adds a magnificent appearance to the composition.

In order to raise awareness and provide support to the combat against COVID-19 pandemic, every day, a different artist will continue to bring his works that (s)he created during the isolation days to the taste of art lovers.

Who is Aibek Abdilamitov?
He was born on June 2, 1985 in Batken, Kyrgyzstan. In 2001, he graduated from the boarding school of the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov. In 2009, he graduated from the Department of Painting of the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov.

In 2005, he participated in the student art exhibition and received the award certificate for the sculpture he created. He is the architect of the sculpture titled “A Southern Woman” (Bishkek, T. Sadykov National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic, 2007). He participated in an international art exhibition in 2009. Since 2009, he has been working as a sculpture teacher at the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic named after T. Sadykov. In 2014, he participated in the youth art exhibition “My Family” held in Kazakhstan. In 2016, he participated in the reconstruction of the sculptures located in the building of Kyrgyz National Academic Opera and Ballet Theater.