Two Separate Group Art Exhibitions featuring 68 Works exclusively prepared for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by Russian and Uzbek Artist to be opened by Lefke Deputy Aytaç Çaluda

Two separate group exhibitions consisting of 68 works exclusively prepared for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts by the Uzbek artists İbragim Valikhodjaev, Bakhtiyor Umarov and Yokub Baknazarov and Russian artists Aleksandra Kokacheva, Alla Roi, Tatiana Chervatiuk, Daria Nevedrova, Talgat Dosmanov and Luo Xi, will be opened by Aytaç Çaluda.

According to the press information provided by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of the Near East University, Uzbek artists İbragim Valikhodjaev, Bakhtiyor Umarov and Yokub Baknazarov and Russian artists Aleksandra Kokacheva, Alla Roi, Tatiana Chervatiuk, Daria Nevedrova, Talgat Dosmanov and Luo Xi will hold two group exhibitions consisting of 68 artworks exclusively made for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

Two separate group art exhibitions consisting of 68 artworks will be opened on Friday, February 21, 2020, at 08:30 at the exhibition hall of the Near East University Faculty of Medicine.

Alexandra Kokacheva, one of the Russian artists, studied at the Arkhangelsk Regional Culture and Art College in Russia between 2005-2009. She is also the head of an art studio and a teacher. Alla Roi participated in the “Russian Artists for Clean Water” exhibition contest in 2017.

Daria Nevredova started her art path at Novosibirsk State Art College. In 2018, she participated in the “Castle of the Spirit” exhibition organized by the St. Petersburg Artists Association with support of the Russian Federation President’s Fully Authorized Office and With the support of the St. Petersburg Cultural Committee.

Russian artist Luo Xi, the only Chinese art representative from Russia and the youngest of all Chinese artists from all over the world who participated in the “Overseas Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Exhibition” in 2016. Tatiana Chervatiuk participated in the “Youth of St. Petersburg” exhibition in 2016. Talgat Dosmanov won the Presidential Fellowship of the Republic of Kazakhstan in 2010.

Uzbek artists, Bakhtiyor Umarov held a personal exhibition in 2005 at the «Rebekah Hossaks» art gallery in London. Yokub Beknazarov participated in the “Moment” exhibition held in the gallery of Uzbekistan. The artist Ibragim Valikhodzhaev was awarded the Gold Medal by the Uzbekistan Art Academy for his contributions to the development of contemporary art in Uzbekistan in 2008.

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