Kyrgyz Artist Almaz Sharshekeev’s Solo Painting Exhibition Consisting of 25 Artworks Exclusively Made For Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts To Be Opened By Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoğlu…

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Kyrgyz Artist Almaz Sharshekeev’s Solo Painting Exhibition Consisting of 25 Artworks Exclusively Made For Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts To Be Opened By Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoğlu…

Kyrgyz artist Almaz Sharshekeev’s solo consisting of 25 artworks exclusively made for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be opened by Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoğlu.

According to the information provided by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of the Near East University, the opening of the exhibition will take place on Thursday, July 11 at 09.00 at the Exhibition Hall of the Faculty of Communication. Almaz Sharshekeev, who works in abstraction style, emphasizes bright colors in his artworks.

Who is Almaz Sharshekeev?
Almaz Sharshekeev was born in 1979 and studied at Kyrgyzstan State Art University named after Chuikov between the years 1996-2000. In 2009, he became a member of Kyrgyz Republic Artists Union. Between 2005-2008 he worked as a teacher at the National Academy of Arts of the Kyrgyz Republic, which was named after Sadykov. Since 2005, he has been working as a teacher at Kyrgyzstan State Art University. He is the organizer of solo exhibitions and in 2010 his solo exhibition was held in Bishkek. In 2012, his solo exhibition “Paletim” opened at the Russian Science and Culture Center in Bishkek. In 2013, he opened “Jashoochyragy” exhibition in cooperation with artist-ceramicist Beishebayev Kanat at the Exhibition Hall of the Artists Union of the Kyrgyz Republic. In 2016, together with Mongolian Artist Chogzhmooo Uuzh Miller, he opened the exhibition “Duy Emotions on the Palette” at the Exhibition Hall of the Kyrgyz Republic Artists Union. In 2017, the exhibition titled “Seri” named after Gapar Aitiev opened at the National Museum of Art, Malevich City, Gastrobar “Van Gogh”, in Bishkek.