On the 3rd of August Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana will have the pleasure welcoming guests to the opening night of the Kazakhstan Art Exhibition. It will be a night of exploration into the tradition and ways of life of the Kazakh people.
Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy and experience variety of techniques and styles of traditional, contemporary and modern art, fashion and music. The event will show case the works of various artists such as Professor Saule Bapanova member of the International Association of Artists of UNESCO, Professor Tainov Serik and Professor Kabizhanova Gulzhanat Members of Commonwealth of Artists of Kazakhstan, Liliya Kim and Mustafayev Almas.
Saule Bapanova, fashion artist and professor at National Academy of Art of Kazakhstan N.A. Zhurgenov. Her works exhibit at museums in Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Denmark, Spain and in private collections in Kazakhstan, France, USA, Lichtenstein, Turkey, Germany, Sweden. Her creations show a unique combination of old Kazakh`s ornament and modern clothes shape.
Tainov Serik member of Commonwealth of Artists of Kazakhstan, professor at the National Academy of Art of Kazakhstan N.A. Zhurgenov. He is realist painter whose pieces present peoples everyday life in mountain villages (aul), without any embellishment. His works also feature nature which is part of the formation of national identity, psychology and ideology of Kazakh people.
Kabizhanova Gulzhanat is a member of Commonwealth of Artists of Kazakhstan, professor at the National Teaching University of Almaty N.A. Abay. Her works feature the use of Felt because of its figurability and part of Kazakh culture. She uses a few techniques which are traditional to Kazakhstan.
Liliya Kim is passionate about showing the world her works not about just as a picture, but a way of expressing the culture and reality through her own eyes. Mustafayev Almas is a musical applied artist who produces beautiful national music instruments. He believes that music is the best medicine and if the instrument is pleasing to the eye the mood rises even more, especially native, national music, which brings you to your identity.
Various pieces of art and garments with cultural heritage roots will be on display and available for purchase by guests. The exhibition will continue until the 8th of August.