The Exhibition of Tatar Artists’ 40 Art Pieces especially made for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is to be opened by Minister of National Education and Culture Cemal Özyiğit

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Added On: 11 March 2019, Monday, 09:41
Last Edited On: 11 March 2019, Monday, 09:41

The Exhibition of Tatar Artists’ 40 Art Pieces especially made for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts is to be opened by Minister of National Education and Culture Cemal Özyiğit

It was announced that the Minister of National Education and Culture Cemal Özyiğit will be opening the exhibition titled as “Art Exhibition of Tatar Artists” which includes 40 art pieces made especially by 5 Tatar State Artists for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press and Public Relations of Near East University, oil paintings of Tatar artists will be exhibited at an exhibition titled as “Art Exhibition of Tatar Artists” and an opening ceremony will be held on 14th March at 9:00 at Near East University Faculty of Communication Orange Hall.

In addition to the above, it was stated that Tatar artists gave priority to using symbols and simplicity in their paintings and the exhibition will be available to visit 10:00-12:00 on weekdays.

National Themes of Tatar Art will be reflected…
It was expressed that the Tatar artists aimed to reveal the traditional and contemporary culture accumulations of Tatarstan via their oil paintings and that through group painting exhibition of Tatar artists, the cultural accumulation of Tatar Turks will be exhibited at the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Furthermore, the artists stated that they were inspired by the history of their public, and that they made use of characters and folkloric images. Moreover, the original national theme of the Tatar painting was given by representatives of the young generation who entered the art of Tatarstan in the 1990s. Also, they expressed that high professionalism and commitment to their traditions are represented in the works of Tatarstan artists. Finally, they asserted that the democratic developments within the last 10 years have given a new impetus to the development of Tatarstan’s fine arts, and with the opening of new art schools, it is supported to increase the interest of children and young people in creative works.

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