Lidia Drozdova's solo exhibition that titled "Mystery of Perfection" features 17 paintings reflecting the extraordinary art vision of the artist. Igor Gushchin's solo exhibition that titled "Travel to the Different World" features 17 paintings reflecting his new concepts of space, color, light and design that carry painting beyond the appearance of the physical world and describe the invisible world. These two distinguished solo exhibitions that consist of a total of 34 outstanding art pieces exclusively created for Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts will be opened by MP Menteş Gündüz, Former Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sports and Deputy Prime Minister.
The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that the opening ceremony of the solo exhibitions will be realized at Atatürk Culture and Congress Center (AKKM) at 8:30 on Wednesday, 05 February 2020.
Who is Lidia Druzdova?
Kazakh artist Lidia Drozdova, whose 17 artworks will be exhibited under the title of “Mystery of Perfection”, stands forefront with her outstanding creative art vision. She is a member of the Union of Artists and Designers of Kazakhstan, a member of the French Academy “Mondial Art” in Paris, a member of the Eurasian Creative Guild of London, the director of the community of Almaty artists “Apple Palette”, and the winner of the contest of Akim of Karaganda.
The artist has opened 12 solo exhibitions and participated in 55 group exhibitions so far. Her creative artworks have a distinguished place in private collections and museums in many countries such as Kazakhstan, Germany, Belarus, Iran, Czech Republic, Korea, Latvia, Japan, Russia and Thailand.
Who is Igor Gushchin?
Russian artists Igor Gushchin, whose 17 artworks will be exhibited under the title of “Travel to the different world”, stands forefront with his outstanding art vision. His works portray the world beyond physical sight and overlap mystical and spiritual ideas. The artist's transcendental art philosophy transcends the physical and scientific world and gives the audience a virtual vision.
He is a member of Petersburg Gavrila Derzhavin Academy of Fine Arts, a member of the Eurasian Creative Guild of London and a member of the Georgia Artists Association. Igor Gushchin, who has a unique painting technique, is the author of the book “The essence of transcendental art.” Every year, he participates in the group and solo exhibitions held in St. Petersburg, Qaraghandy, Almaty, Riga, Lithuania and Italy. His works has a unique place in many private collections in Russia, Canada, the USA, Kazakhstan and Baltic countries.