Two Exhibitions from the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

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Added On: 13 April 2019, Saturday, 21:23
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Two Exhibitions from the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

The “Exhibition of Artists from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan” consisting of 40 artworks of artists from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan will be opened by the Minister of Interior Affairs Ayşegül Baybars…

The “Exhibition of Artists from Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan“, which actually is formed of two separate exhibitions consisting of 40 artworks exclusively made by Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan artists for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be opened by the Minister of Interior Affairs Ayşegül Baybars.

According to a press statement released by the Near East University Press and Public Relations Directorate, the opening of two separate exhibitions will take place on April 15, 2019, Monday at 9.30 pm at the Exhibition Hall of the Atatürk Culture and Congress Center of the Near East University.

Kyrgyz Painting Art will be exhibited with abstract and metaphorical expressions…
The exhibition of the modern and abstract works of Sans Yazbek Mirzarahimov, which depicts figurative meanings in his paintings; the realistically-styled works of Zhanybek Berdikeev representing the reflections of nature in Kyrgyz life; the abstract works of Sarkin Sorombaev who prefers to work in lyrical style will be exhibited. In the Kyrgyzstan group of five artists, Nurlan Kebekuulu, a sculpture, is also taking part.

Kazakhstan Culture will be reflected with Ethnic Motifs…
In the exhibition of Kazakhstan artists representing various styles and thematic areas, the works of 6 artists will be exhibited together with the artworks of a famous Kazakhstan artist and sculptor, Sembigali Smagulov. Aktoty Smagulova, who uses deep ethnic motifs and innovative methods, will present art lovers with artworks reflecting philosophical and psychological depth, as well as Bakytnur Burdesbekov and Abai Chunchalinov’s works reflecting the battle scenes.

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