Within the framework of the Year of Uzbekistan, photos and art exhibitions opened in Kazakhstan

Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- A photo and art exhibition dedicated to the modern development of Uzbek art masters opened in the capital of Kazakhstan, Astana within the framework of the Year of Uzbekistan in Kazakhstan.

The official opening ceremony of the exhibitions was attended by representatives of public-political, expert-analytical, business and scientific circles of Kazakhstan, as well as diplomats accredited in the country, Dunyo news agency reported.

More than 40 paintings by such famous artists as F. Akhmadaliev, H. Ziyanov, N. Shoabdurahimova, A. Alykulov, V. Yenin, V. Troshina, D. Mamedova, B. Obidov, A. Karimov, D. Yuldashev and U. Razhabov. The photo exhibition offered about 100 works by photo art masters A. Jumaev, V. Goncharenko, H. Shorahmedova, V. Zhirnov, R. Sharipova, R. Shagaev, R. Islomova, V. Shlosberg, V. Vyatkin and V. Sokolov showcased in the event.

The expositions were a great success, as evidenced by the assessments of the participants, who noted that the heritage of the Uzbek art school, which has rich and original traditions, is in the capable hands and the work of young artists is proof of this.

In particular, the director of the Republican state institution "Public Accord" under the President of Kazakhstan A.Tarakov noted that the exhibitions once again demonstrated the invaluable contribution that the Uzbek people make to the treasury of world culture.

“The smiles of people in the photo and, most importantly, their sense of belonging to today's successes and achievements of Uzbekistan, cause me admiration and deep respect for the Uzbek people, their age-old traditions and customs,” concluded A.Tarakov.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Azerbaijan to Kazakhstan R. Mammadov expressed the opinion that the exhibits presented allowed to come into contact with the rich history and culture of Uzbekistan, which is also the property of the Turkic peoples and an integral part of the world cultural heritage.

“Recently, a new dynamic has emerged in the region in social and socio-economic development, and a visit to a photo exhibition gives guests the opportunity to personally see the true beauty and achievements of the republic,” the diplomat said.

The exhibitions, which is held at the National Museum of Kazakhstan until the end of February, are organized by the Embassy of Uzbekistan in Astana together with the Russian Academy of Arts.

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