15 foreign artists to show their works at exhibition in Astana
This year’s summer in the capital will be marked by bright colors. The main city of the country will celebrate its 20th birthday in July. In this regard, many cultural events will be held in Astana, such as the presentation of works by world and Kazakhstan artists.
In honor of the Day of the City, the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan in Astana is holding the International Art Exhibition “Nur Kelbetti Astana” for the presentation of works by world and Kazakhstan artists. It is expected that 15 artists from foreign countries, such as Turkey, Japan, France, Brazil, India, Great Britain, Italy and the USA will take part in the event. The event is timed to the 20th anniversary of the capital of Kazakhstan – Astana.
“The main goal of the exhibition is to introduce visitors to our capital with its history of creation, development over 20 years, as well as its cultural attractions, hospitable residents and original cultural values through art”, the Ministry of Culture and Sports of Kazakhstan reported.
The art exhibition will be held at the National Museum. During the planned event, the foreign and domestic artists will depict architectural ensembles, cultural and historical sights, as well as remarkable locations of the capital. And also the famous foreign and domestic masters of fine arts will conduct master classes on drawing in the Palace of schoolchildren of the city of Astana, in which any interested and loving art of painting can take part.
It should be noted that as a result of the art exhibition the best works will be transferred to the National Museum of Kazakhstan as an asset of the art exhibition “Nur Kelbetti Astana”.
Famous French painter Eugene Fromentant said, “Painting is the art of expressing the invisible through the visible” … After all, artist’s world is his view of the world through which he invites us to contemplate the depth of his creative vision of the art of painting. And painting is the language of the visible world and the surrounding nature.
Source: Kazakhstan 2050