exhibition presents the works of the outstanding artists of Kazakhstan, as well
as of the repression artists from around the world.
The exhibition called "Golden Collection of names" dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the mining capital, Karaganda, was opened in the historical museum of Temirtau, reports BNews.kz.
The exhibits were brought from the funds of the Karaganda Museum of Fine Arts. Many authors of paintings and sculptures are no longer alive. The works are performed in painting, drawing and sculpture.
“Most of the represented works, are the works of the well-known artists. As well those artists whose works were of great importance for our region. For example Eifert, Frizin, they were the artists who originally created the foundation for the visual arts for the Karaganda artists. Their students were our Pentecostals and sixtiers” – says the head of the scientific department of the regional fund of the museum of fine arts Dameli Kadyrkulova.
In the works presented at the exhibition, you can see the landscape sketches of the Karaganda region, as well as the amazing places of Karkaralinsk, and the city streets of Temirtau.
According to the organizers, one of the most important paintings of the exhibition was the picture of the Kazakhstan artist Mengesh Abylkasov "Outskirts". He was able to portray a crucial period in the history of Karaganda, when the mines were closed and entire villages began to leave the region in search of a new work.The exhibition "Golden Collection of names" was successful in many cities of Russia and Kazakhstan and it will end in Temirtau. After it will be over, on February 27, the paintings and sculptures will be transferred back to the archives of the Regional Museum.
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