Two artists from Kazakhstan present their works in Nur-Sultan

An exhibition entitled “Freedom of consciousness of the Great Steppe” dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s Independence opened in Nur-Sultan. It was organized by an artist of an international level Marzhan Abildina. The exposition also displays paintings of her student Eva Verchenko. The joint exhibition presents 66 works. The paintings tell about the vastness of the Kazakh land and the beauty of its nature.

“We decided to hold and organize this exhibition as a gift for residents and visitors of the capital on the eve of the holiday. She studied at an art school for six years, creating new projects every year. We selected 12 paintings most suitable for the theme of the nature of Kazakhstan to express our love and respect for our land, so that children see that it is possible to embody the love for their homeland through art. 44 works are made by me. They were displayed at exhibitions in Germany, France, South Korea. I work more in Kazakhstan during the pandemic, making new works. I made several paintings in January and February and decided to present them as well,” said an artist and organizer Marzhan Abildina.

The festive exhibition will last until the end of May. According to the organizers, it will be available online due to quarantine measures.


Translation by Saniya Sakenova

Editing by Galiya Khassenkhanova