The Exhibitions of 43 Art Pieces of 2 Sculptors from Kyrgyzstan and 45 Artwork of 5 Academician Artists from Turkey are to be opened by the Minister of Labour and Social Security Dr. Faiz Sucuoğlu…

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The Exhibitions of 43 Art Pieces of 2 Sculptors from Kyrgyzstan and 45 Artwork of 5 Academician Artists from Turkey are to be opened by the Minister of Labour and Social Security Dr. Faiz Sucuoğlu…

The 43-artwork made by Kyrgyz Sculptors Nurlan Kebek Uulu and Isken Abdaliyev especially made for Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, in addition to the 45 pieces of 5 academician artists from Turkey and titled as “The Exhibition of Turkish Artists” will be exhibited at exhibitions which will be opened by the Minister of Labour and Social Security, Dr. Faiz Sucuoğlu.

According to the press release issued by the Directorate of Press ad Public Relations of Near East University, the opening of the three separate exhibitions are on Wednesday, 31st July 2019 at 9:00 which will be held at Near East University Hospital exhibition hall.

It was pointed out that the exhibition which includes sculptures made by Kyrgyz sculptors Nurlan Kebek Uulu and Isken Abdaliyev, also comprises the sculptures of; Turkish scientists and statesmen; Nobel Laureate Dr. Aziz Sancar; academicians and artists who specialised in their fields; and the sculptures of scientists nominated for the Alasya Awards given to artists in five different areas as part of the awards given by the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

On the other hand, the exhibition consisting of work of 5 artists from Turkey includes works prepared with acrylic, mixed and printing techniques.

Various Artistic Concepts Will Be Exhibited …
In the “The Exhibition of Turkish Artists” Prof. Hayri Esmer work, which reveal symbols and concepts, include focus on urban culture, historical identities, visual culture policies, contemporary society and organization structure. On the other hand, Prof. Rıdvan Coşkun work that are concrete and reflect retinal view in perceptual reality, focuses on present studies focusing on nature and body. Furthermore, Ahmet Fuat Gökmen, reveal his any reality works that we can see with the naked eye in nature. Moreover, Özgür Uğuz, who makes use of unique technical characteristics of the print, focus on the relationship between man and the world of objects. Finally, Özge Öner, through the main theme of the water, will present artworks that express the relationship between water and human beings.

Has done various Limestone and Bronze Sculptures…
Kyrgyz Sculptor Nurlan Kebek Uulu, was born in Kyrgyzstan and went to Art School. In 2001, he graduated from the easel sculpture Faculty of the National Academy of Art of the Kyrgyz Republic. Since 2007, he is a member of Kyrgyz Republic Artists’ Association. Furthermore, he has been participating in republican and international exhibitions and symposiums on sculpture since 1997. In 2000, he made an artwork called “Home” in stone and dolomite in Osh. His other works include: “Dolon Khan”, made of limestone, which he made in 2001; his bronze work “The Horseman” in 2008; a bronze work called “Awakening” in 2009; and the bronze “Ch. Aytmatov Monument” in 2014.

Took part in many symposiums…
Isken Abdaliyev studied at the Art School of the National Academy of Art. Sadykov graduated from the Feast of Sculpture Faculty of the National Academy of Art, where he received a diploma of a qualified specialist sculptor. During his education, he participated in Republican sculptor symposiums and International Artist Exhibitions. In 1998, the 11th Republic Symposium dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the birth of writer Chingiz Aitmatov; in 2000, the 13th Republican Sculptor Symposium dedicated to the Osh-300 festival; in 2001, at the 14th Republican Sculptor Symposium in Celal Abad; In 2013, the Republic Art Exhibition dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the author Cengiz Aytmatov; and in 2013, the Republic Art Exhibition dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the author Cengiz Aytmatov.