Kazakhstan artist Anatoliy Drozdov depicted Covid 19 on the canvas for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

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Added On: 23 March 2020, Monday, 09:16
Last Edited On: 23 March 2020, Monday, 10:06

The spread of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) worldwide has also had an impact on artists. Struggle with the epidemic was reflected in graffiti on the walls of buildings and paintings on canvas in various countries.

According to the information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, Kazakh artist Anatoliy Drozdov tried to express his feelings by reflecting the coronavirus (Covid-19) spread across the world to the canvas.

The artist Drozdov stated that they could not stand without doing anything due to the epidemic of the Covid-19 that surrounds the world, thus tried to create awareness and expressed his feelings on the canvas.

Drozdov underlined that we should be sensitive to the calls of the rulers of the country in this process, and said that we should stay at home to stay healthy.

In the statement, it was reported that for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, one artist out of 60 artists will continue every day to share Kovid-19 with works such as painting, print painting, and graphite.

Who is Anatoliy Drozdov?
He was born on March 22, 1990 in Kazakhstan, Karaganda. He is a member of the Kazakhstan Union of Designers and a member of the Georgia Union of Artists. He participated in many international competitions and exhibitions. In 2008, he won the first place in the competition of the Republic of Almaty. In 2011, he held a solo exhibition titled “My Universe” in the city of Karaganda. In 2017, he participated in the international exhibition “Russia – through the eyes of Kazakhstan artists-” held in Almaty. In 2018, he participated in the international “White” exhibition in Almaty. In 2019, he participated in the international symposium in Tbilisi, Georgia.