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13.05.2019 The exhibition “The Art of Mosaic of Turkish Masters"

On May 13, 2019 at 15.00 the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan opens the exhibition “The Art of Mosaic of Turkish Masters / SEHER ALTINER & MOSAIC ALMATY GROUP”.

Mosaic Almaty Group was founded in 2017 on the initiative of Master Seher Altyner. This is a group of women - specialists in mosaic art, who have been working in a team for many years, studying style, motifs and techniques of making, grouting and finishing techniques, etc.

The exhibition “The Art of Mosaic of Turkish Masters"Seher Altyner, Asly Zhanlyel, Nilgun Gektash, Pelin Toledo Seikhan, Elena Dzhan – are participants of the exhibition.  

Masters in the process of creating their masterpieces of mosaics use various materials, such as bulk and laminated glass, Italian glass, stone, marble, ceramics, polyester, buttons, coffee beans, mirror, accessories, beads. For three years of fruitful work, the Mosaic Almaty group has created many works that will be presented for the first time at the exhibition.

Turkish mosaic is a popular art genre, dating back to 300 BC. Pictures and various products of the decor have long been famous for their expressiveness and luxury, served as an ornament of palaces, temples, churches. During the Golden Age, this art was spread in the Roman and Byzantine empires for the decoration of floors, ceilings, and walls. For example, a famous ceramic mosaic decorated with tulips was invented in Turkey. The ancient Turkish residents mainly created a vegetable painting. The most famous and ancient mosaics are found in Gazentepe, Hataye (Turkey), Ravenna (Italy), Bardo (Tunisia), Park Guel (Spain) and Jerusalem (Israel). Currently, interest in mosaic art is increasing among many nations of the world, and there is an improvement in the technology for producing mosaic tiles and works of art.      

The Gypsy Girl, known to the whole world, made of tiny pieces of natural stone based on ancient Greek myths, as an analogue of Mona Lisa, being a model of Byzantine art and a symbol of the Mosaic Museum of Turkey, became the symbol of mosaic art. A reproduction of the painting “Gypsy” will be presented for the first time at the exhibition by the craftswomen of the Group under the leadership of Seher Altyner.

Seher Altyner was born in Istanbul, an archeologist and artist by education. After many years of work in the financial department of Philip Morris Company, Seher took up the creative work of mosaic, studied the intricacies of making mosaics in Izmir’s studios and the ancient Byzantine mosaic technique of Italy, and received an artistic education in Ravenna (Italy, Emilia-Romagna region). In her work she referred to the works of famous artists such as Van Gogh, Michelangelo, Klimt, Vermeer and Botticelli.

Currently, she is the leader of the group Seher and her students (from Turkey) live in Almaty, where they create their masterpieces and teach everyone to the art of mosaic.
The exhibition will feature more than 50 works of mosaic art.

The exhibition will last until 20 May, 2019.

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