Solo And Mixed Painting Exhibitions Consisting 151 Paintings exclusively made for Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by Tatarstan Artists Rabis Saliakhov, Viktoriia Egorova, Rustam Gabbasov, Ilshat Mingazov and Vitalii Petrov, Kyrgyzs Artists Baizak Alybaev and Azat Idrisov, Kazakh Artists Omar Babazhanov and Kuandyk Baimukhanov to be opened by Minister of Economy and Energy Hasan Taçoy

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Solo And Mixed Painting Exhibitions Consisting 151 Paintings exclusively made for Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by Tatarstan Artists Rabis Saliakhov, Viktoriia Egorova, Rustam Gabbasov, Ilshat Mingazov and Vitalii Petrov, Kyrgyzs Artists Baizak Alybaev and Azat Idrisov, Kazakh Artists Omar Babazhanov and Kuandyk Baimukhanov to be opened by  Minister of Economy and Energy Hasan Taçoy

Solo and mixed painting exhibitions consisting of 18 paintings of Tatarstan painting artists Rabis Saliakhov, Viktoriia Egorova, Rustam Gabbasov, Ilshat Mingazov and Vitalii Petrov, 41 paintings of Kyrgyz artists Baizak Alybaev’ and 33 paintings of Azat Idrisov, 25 paintings of Kazakhstan Artists Omar Babazhanov and 33 paintings of Kuandyk Baimukhanov will be opened by the Minister of Economy and Energy Hasan Taçoy.

According to the information provided by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, the painting exhibition of Tatarstan painting artists Rabis Saliakhov, Viktoriia Egorova, Rustam Gabbasov, Ilshat Mingazov, and the solo exhibitions of Kazakh artists Vitalii Petrov and Omar Babazhanov and Kuandyk Baimukhanov will be held at the Exhibition Hall of the Near East University Hospital at 08:30 on Monday, September 30, 2019. The solo exhibition of Kyrgyz artists Baizak Alybaev and Azat Idrisov will take place on Monday, September 30, 2019, at the Exhibition of Hall of Faculty of Communication.

Decorative, National-Ethnic and Folk Culture to be reflected…
Viktoria Egorova, one of the Tatar artists, has a decorative style in her works titled “Angels Among Us”. Rustam Gabbasov’s works reflect the expressionist naive art style while Rabis Salyakhov’s works take place in a national-ethnic style. Vitaly Petrovich’s works depict Chuvash folk culture.

Historical monuments, material monuments and spiritual heritage will be exhibited…
The solo exhibition consisting of 25 artworks of Kazakh artist Omar Babazhanov includes portraits of historical artifacts, material monuments of the Kazakhs and the spiritual heritage.

Who is Omar Babazhanov?
He was born in 1970 in Turkestan. Between 1985-1989 he studied at Kasteev Art School. He worked as a teacher at an art school between 1991-1993. Since 2012, he has been a member of the Association of Eurasian Designers. In 2007, he participated in the Boz Great Steppe Pearls” competition. Artist’s works take place in the CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) countries as well as Turkey, in private collections in England and Germany.

Monumental works will be exhibited…
The works of Kazakh artist Kuandyk Baimukhanov include monumental works. In the solo exhibition consisting of 33 works, the artist reflects his own art world in his works.

Who is Kuandyk Baimukhanov?
He was born in Kazakhstan. He graduated from Omsk State Gorky Pedagogical University. Between 2013-2014, he worked as a teacher at the art school. Since 2015, he has been working as a teacher at the National Art University of Kazakhstan. Since 2016, he has been a member of Kazakhstan Artists Association. His works take place in private collections in Kazakhstan, Russia, USA, UK and India.

The Kyrgyz artist Bayzak Alybaev has made works in his own patterns and reflected his unique style in his 41 works.

Who is Bayzak Alybaev?
He was born on February 3, 1974, in Frunze. In 2003, he graduated from the Sadykov National Academy of Arts in Kyrgyzstan. He is a participant of Republican and international exhibitions. In 1999, he won the second republican painting competition. In 2016, 2017, 2018 his solo exhibitions were opened in Kyrgyzstan and Turkey. His artworks take place in museums and private collections in Kyrgyzstan, China, Kazakhstan, Korea, Cyprus, Russia, Britain, Germany, Turkey, France, Belgium, Hungary and in other countries.

Who is Azat Idirisov?
He was born in 1986 in St. Petersburg. Between 2002-2006, he studied at the Kyrgyzstan State Art School named after Chuikov. From 2006 to 2011, he studied at the Sadykov National Academy of Art. Since 2015, he is a participant of republic art exhibitions. Since 2017, he has been a member of Kyrgyzstan Artists Association. Kyrgyz artist Azat Idirisov is a hereditary artist. His father is the famous painter Idirisov Ormonali, and his mother is a respected artist and art critic. Azad’s father Idirisov Ormonali was also involved in the project of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts. The artist will take part in the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts with his solo exhibition consisting of 33 works.