Kyrgyzstan Artists Zhusup Matayev, Kanybek Davletov and Dogdurbek Nurgaziyev’s Three Separate Exhibitions Consisting of 50 Works Of Art To Be Opened By Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoglu…

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Kyrgyzstan Artists Zhusup Matayev, Kanybek Davletov and Dogdurbek Nurgaziyev’s Three Separate Exhibitions Consisting of 50 Works Of Art To Be Opened By  Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoglu…

The exhibition consisting of 50 artworks of the Kyrgyz artists Zhusup Matayev, Kanybek Davletov and Dogdurbek Nurgaziyev, exclusively made for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, will be opened by the Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoğlu.

According to the press information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of the Near East University, the opening of three separate solo exhibitions of Kyrgyz artists will take place on Friday, June 21, 2019 at 09.00 at the Exhibition Hall of the Near East University Hospital.

Painters whose works take place in many museums, private collections and international exhibitions will present the nature, cultural life and historical textures to the audience in their artworks.

Zhusup Matayev He was awarded the Order of State…
He was born on 21 February 1956 in the town of Kizil-Ozgorus. Between the years 1973-1978 he studied at the Frunze Art School. In 1992, he became a member of Kyrgyz Artists Association. The artist, who designed the Kyrgyz State Flag in 1992, also studied at the Kyrgyz Arabayev Teachers’ University. During his art life, he participated in various group exhibitions. Many of his works are in private and official collections both in Turkey and abroad. The artist held two solo exhibitions in 2008 and 2012. He has received awards from many Kyrgyzstan and national and international competitions. He also awarded the Order of Kyrgyzstan.

Kanybek Davletov He is the People’s Artist of Kyrgyzstan.
Kanybek Davletov was born in 1957 in Kyrgyzstan. From 1974 to 1978 he studied at the Chuikov College of Art. Afterwards, he continued his education at Moscow V. Surikov State Academy of Fine Arts. He completed his doctorate at Kyrgyzstan Academy of Fine Arts Creativity Workshop, between the years 1990-1992. He is also a member of the Kyrgyz Republic Artists Union. He is a member of the board of directors of the National Academy of Fine Arts in Kyrgyzstan and serves as a professor in this institution. Davletov also holds the title of Honorary Professor conferred upon by Harbin Commerce University in China. He has been participating in national and international exhibitions since 1984.His artworks take place in museums, public and private collections; the Russian Ministry of Culture, Moscow State Museum of Eastern Peoples’ Fine Arts, Kyrgyz National Fine Arts Museum, as well as private collections in Italy, Canada, Russia, USA, Germany and in other countries.

Dogdurbek Nurgaziyev. He has taken part in international projects and exhibitions…
Dogdurbek Nurgaziyev was born in 1955 in the village of Chon-Kizil-Suu in the Isik-Kul district of Kyrgyzstan. In 1978, he graduated from Frunze College of Art. In 1985, graduated from the Monumental Painting Department of the V. V. Surikov State Academy of Fine Arts. In 1997, he received his PhD from the Kyrgyzstan Academy of Fine Arts. He is a member of Kyrgyz Artists Association, People’s Artist of the Kyrgyz Republic and member of the board of the National Academy of Fine Arts of Kyrgyzstan and a member of the International Academy of Creativity. The artist has participated in many national and international projects and exhibitions and opened 9 solo exhibitions in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Switzerland, Germany, France and United Arab Emirates. His artworks take place in Fine Arts Museums of State Peoples of the East, Geneva Nations Palace, the Swiss National Fine Arts Museum, and in private and state galleries in Kyrgyzstan, Canada, Italy, Japan, France, Norway, Turkey, the Netherlands, Korea, Switzerland, China, Germany, the United States and Luxembourg.