Of all the possible and impossible names for his personal exhibition, artist Saulet Zhanibek chose QARA NÚKTE.
Our ancestors believed in spirits, gods and elements. They lived logically and freely. The most environmentally friendly way of life is nomadic. This enables coexistence without violence against nature.
Arzhan Yuteev's works are about the most important things. About the soul. About roots. About the connection between generations. About the beauty of emotions. About ancient legends.
The topic of self-identification in modern realities is very acute. Only by realizing the depth and beauty of the history of our people can we understand what kind of world we will pass on to our children.
The mystical legends of the Altai region are an endless source of inspiration for many. But in Arzhan’s paintings, ancient subjects and images acquire new meaning, without losing their meaning and depth.
A mother wolf protects her children. Storytellers talk about the exploits of mighty warriors, and secret knowledge encrypted in runes and glorify the immortal beauty of Altai women.
The word content is currently very popular. It is used quite often, sometimes without fully understanding what it means. Content is not about online posts or follower engagement. It’s about the things that make your heart beat faster, smile at the sun and watch the stars at night. It is about spiritual content.
Three completely different artists address exactly that understanding in their works.
What is inside young Kazakh artists’ minds? Content?
Inside their heads and souls lives art. Wisdom and bravery, beauty and contemplation, philosophy and courage.
Are you ready for this?
This is how we named the exhibition of young artists from Kazakhstan. With this untranslatable Kazakh word we sum up ALL that is going on in the minds of contemporary creators. Every second information attack, confidence/doubt about the future, waiting for the viewer's (ideally the customer's...) reaction and... an overwhelming desire to create and make the world a better place.
The latter is “motto” for artists of ALL time. Despite EVERYTHING, artists have not died out like mammoths because they are no longer needed by society, but they “brazenly” are still being born, not to mention creating!
By processing emotional information, artists create something that never existed before and... that will go down in history.
It is about art, beauty and hope.
Karine Paronyanc / Latvia
Urbanization (from Latin urbanus - urban) is a process of increasing the role of cities, urban culture and "urban relations" in the development of society, a growth of urban population as compared to the rural one, and "spread" of the highest cultural patterns formed in cities outside the city limits.
According to the Free Encyclopedia
JANA KUN/ A NEW DAY
Contemporary art exhibition
Amanat NAZARKUL / Kazakhstan
Vladimir GVOZDEV (SHEGE) / Kazakhstan
Natalya KRIVETS / France
Paintings, Graphics, Tuskiiz.
I think that everyone on this planet, at least once in his life has seen the sun rise. Has watched the new day being born and felt with every cell of his/her body the rays that had traveled millions of years to touch our skin.
Nothing in life repeats itself. Every day is new, every moment is a new feeling and a new space.
Today is a new day, a new month, and a new year. A new exhibition as well. And the name of it is "THE NEW DAY".
HOW FAR? КІМ БОЛАСЫЗ?
«ETISEN," people say hello to each other, but more often there is a question-greeting "HOW FAR?».
"How are you?", "Where are you from?" and «Who are you?" - this phrase has many meanings. By responding to such a greeting, a person opens himself.
"Salemetsiz be" we say to each other in Kazakhstan. And then we ask "KIM BOLASYZ? " (Who are you? Where are you from?)
Paintings, tapestries, home decorations and decorative arts
39 paintings from the collection of the BON ART international auction house and 43 unique exhibits
from the collection of Saule Kobzhanova are presented in a new project of FORTE KULANSHI ART SPACE.
«IN VIVO: human diversity»
Paintings, sculptures, graphics, bio-art, installations
Who is a human? What is their essence? Where does our diversity manifest itself?
In our bio-art exhibition "In Vivo: Human Diversity," we tried to find answers to these questions
«Про любовь. Лейла» – так назвала свою очередную персональную выставку Лейла Махат. События последних лет – времени, полного тревог, потерь и нестабильности, приводят к убеждению, что именно любовь и только любовь способна возродить к жизни и наполнить сердца верой, надеждой, созиданием.