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Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts - “Independence - Glory to the Motherland”

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Exhibition at the Museum of Fine Arts - “Independence - Glory to the Motherland”
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Alexey Gimalitdinov

The second exhibition of works of fine and decorative arts, dedicated to the 32nd anniversary of the independence of Turkmenistan, opened at the State Museum of Fine Arts.

Compared to the previous one, it is more expanded. It is enough to mention that the exhibition is deployed in 4 halls of the museum, and it exhibits not only museum works, but also works of the State Academy of Arts and the Union of Artists of Turkmenistan.

Representatives of the Turkmenistan also took part in the exhibition National Conservatory named after. M. Kulieva – supplemented a pleasant perception by visitors of the exhibition works of a string quartet, ensembles of dutarists and canonists.

Representatives of the Turkmenistan also took part in the exhibition National Conservatory named after. M. Kulieva – supplemented a pleasant perception by visitors of the exhibition works of a string quartet, ensembles of dutarists and canonists.

The opening of the exhibition took place in the atrium hall. Representatives of the Ministry of Culture of Turkmenistan, the Museum of Fine Arts, and the Union of Artists expressed congratulations on the upcoming holiday, which unites creative individuals and inspires them to new achievements in art that glorify our Motherland.

Visitors entering the exhibition hall were waited surprises. Firstly, they were met by an ensemble of dutar players, secondly, easels were installed in the center of the hall, and the State Academic Art Theater students worked with inspiration on sketches for future paintings.

An unusual detail was a flying drone filming video recording of what is happening in the museum. In such a creative atmosphere, visitors got acquainted with models of the construction of various urban areas, exquisite ceramic vessels, as well as paintings and sculptures by Turkmen artists.

For an exhibition dedicated to the independence of Turkmenistan, the best works were selected, telling about the people of our country, about how joyfully holidays are celebrated on a grand scale, about the beauty of our native land and, of course, about our beloved capital, which is getting prettier every year.

In a separate hall there was an exhibition of jewelry decorations The ensemble of canonists greeted visitors with a pleasant dance melody, and at the side of the table three zergers, students of the State Academy of Art Theater, were working on their next works.

Jewelry was displayed in the showcase indescribable beauty. The necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings were so exquisite that they evoked a lot of all kinds of feelings among the female half of visitors and pride in Turkmen jewelers among the male half.

The exhibition left a lasting impression on visitors. In addition to displaying works of art, it included elements of performing arts. Moreover, this was done with such taste that they did not distract, but, on the contrary, enhanced the perception of the exhibits.