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12.02.2020 The personal exhibition “SHARAINA” of the well-known cartoon artist, journalist Yerkin Nurazhan.

On February 12, 2020 at 15:00 the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan opens a personal exhibition “SHARAINA” of the well-known cartoon artist, journalist, Honored Worker of Culture of the Republic of Kazakhstan, member of the Union of Artists, Journalists, and Writers Yerkin Nurazhan.

The personal exhibition “SHARAINA” of Yerkin NurazkhanYerkin Nurazkhan is a well-known Kazakhstani artist who has made an invaluable contribution to the development of such a special genre of fine art as caricature, cartoon (portraiture, friendship).

Since 1982, as a cartoonist, E. Nurazkhan has been working on the creation of a portrait humorous gallery of writers, honored artists, and political figures of the country. During the years of Independence of the Republic, the artist created a series of works characterizing the socio-economic and political life of the country with humor inherent to this genre. Moreover, the author proved himself as a publicist, working on the publication of a number of articles and documentary materials.

The exhibition demonstrates the worldview of a cartoonist and acquaints visitors with a series of cartoons of public people, images of various modern heroes, state and socio-political figures, famous figures of science, culture and art - I. Tasmagambetov, M. Shakhanov, R. Rymbaeva, M. Beisembinov, B. Ayukhanov, K. Bekkhokhozhin, K. Segizbaev, A. Sarsenbaev and others.

The author applies a simple technique to create paintings using paper, pen, ink, watercolor, gel paste and colorful pencils.

Currently, the collection of works of artist includes more than a thousand cartoons and caricatures, 300 of which the author donates to the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

At the exhibition more than 200 works will be presented.

The exhibition will last until March 2, 2020.

19.12.2019 The exhibition "Dreams of our childhood" by artists Kulyash and Zhanna Turebayeva

On 19th December at 15.00 family exhibition "Dreams of our childhood" by artists Kulyash and Zhanna Turebayeva will be presented.

The exhibition "Dreams of our childhood" by artists Kulyash and Zhanna TurebayevaKulyash is a graphic artist, illustrator, and teacher at the Department of Architecture and Design at Satpayev University. Kulyash Turebaeva was born in the city of Orsk (Orenburg Region, Russia). Since early childhood, she lives in Almaty. She graduated from the art and graphic faculty of Abai Kazakh Pedagogical Institute, Moscow State Art and Industry Academy named after S. G. Stroganov. Her teachers were the classics of fine art, as V.I. Antoshchenko-Olenev.

At the exhibition artist's work, made in different styles and genres are presented. A special place in Kulyash’s work is occupied by a series of ethnographic paintings – “Grandma stories”, “Ulken azhe (grandmother)”, “Nauryz. On a visit". Her works are included in the catalogs “Competitive works dedicated to the 20th anniversary of Independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan” (Union of Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan) and “Jubilee Palette” (Almaty, 2019). Kulyash’s creativity is diverse: she carries out orders for painting walls and creating stained-glass windows, is engaged in the development and production of national souvenirs, and has an author’s certificate. She also holds workshops on sketching, a modern and very popular type of drawing (markers, watercolors, pastels).

The exhibition will introduce the works of the daughter of Tyurebaeva Kulyash – Zhanna. From early childhood, she was surrounded by an atmosphere of creativity. The ability to see the beautiful and subtle artistic taste was inherited from mother. Having received an art education at the faculty of "Graphic Design" of T. Zhurgenev Kazakh National Academy of Art, she began her career in KAZGASA, at the Faculty of Architecture as an assistant-professor, then she worked as a teacher at KazNTU (Kazak National Technological University) at the faculty of Architecture and Design, and also taught private lessons at Arapova Design Studio. Currently lives in Turkey, engaged in painting, graphics, and in the manufacture of stained-glass windows and wall painting.

Zhanna is a participant of city, republican and international exhibitions (“Kala Men Dala”; “Zhiger”, as well as “Dort mevsimler” Turkey (Marmaris) and others.

The works of artists Kulyash and Zhanna Turebayeva are in private collections in Kazakhstan, Russia, Turkey, Israel and the United States.

The works of artists presented at the exhibition express the creative world of artists.

The exhibition will last until January 8, 2020.

28.11.2019 The exhibition «The First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy N.A. Nazarbayev for a nuclear-free world»

On 28 November 2019 at 15.00 opening of the exhibition «The First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy N.A. Nazarbayev for a nuclear-free world» dedicated to the closure of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site.

The exhibition «The First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy N.A. Nazarbayev for a nuclear-free world»One of the first steps of Independent Kazakhstan in the fight against a nuclear-free world was the closure of the Semipalatinsk nuclear test site. The Semipalatinsk testing area was created by a decision of the Council of Ministers of the USSR on August 21, 1947. The first nuclear explosion was carried out in the early morning of August 29, 1949. Explosions and tests of atomic weapons affected people's health and the environment. The last explosion was carried out on October 19, 1989. In this year, the famous Kazakhstani public figure Olzhas Suleimenov created the Nevada-Semipalatinsk movement, uniting supporters of the cessation of nuclear tests around the world.

On August 29, 1991, by the Decree of the President of Kazakhstan N.A. Nazarbayev, the testing area was officially closed. «Kazakhstani strength and power are not in demonstrating nuclear muscles, but in rejection from it. And this has become the core of our statehood – popular wisdom, elevated to the rank of a nationwide idea. Virtually, on August 29, 1991, a new era of global nuclear history began» the Head of State said about this event. This document was the first international act of sovereign Kazakhstan.

Recognizing the merits of Kazakhstan, which voluntarily abandoned the world's fourth nuclear potential, the UN General Assembly declared August 29 as International Day against Nuclear Tests. This was the first time in world history that a nuclear test site was closed in accordance with the will of people. Kazakhstan has become the leader of the global anti-nuclear movement and the epicentre of peace.

The exhibition aim: to show the role and place of Kazakhstan in the world community, the contribution of Kazakhstan to nuclear safety.

Documentary materials of the Archive of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Committee for the International Anti-Nuclear movement "Nevada-Semipalatinsk" and books from the Central Scientific Library "Gylym Ordasy" will cause great interest.

The exhibition will last until 20 December 2019.

11.12.2019 Exhibition «The Golden Horde – the cradle of Kazakh statehood» from the museum fund, in the frame of celebration 750th anniversary of the Golden Horde

Openning 11 December 2019 at 15.00

The President Kassym-Jomart K. Tokayev noted that according to the results of the Talas Kurultai in 1269 Ulus Jochi (Golden Horde) gained its full independence. It was also noted about the importance of popularizing the rich cultural heritage of our country, and sacred objects should become places of attraction of Kazakhstani and foreign tourists.

The Exhibition «The Golden Horde – the cradle of Kazakh statehood»The exhibition aims to acquaint visitors with the culture and life of the Golden Horde period based on unique collections, about 300 artefacts of the Central Museum dating back to the 13th-14th centuries will be exhibited. For the first time, the Museum will present fragments of silk fabrics of the ceremonial costume of the highest nomadic aristocracy of the Chaghatayids of the 13th-14th centuries found near Shengeldy (Almaty region).

The exposition is represented by five information complexes:

The section "Equipment of a warrior of the 13th-14th centuries" demonstrates metal belt sets, armaments – arrowheads, a sword, a quiver, etc. A special place is occupied by the collection of unique fragments of silk fabrics from the ceremonial costume of the higher nomadic aristocracy of the Chagatayids of the 13th-14th centuries found at the settlement of Shengeldy, Almaty region by A.K. Akishev.

The section "The Golden Horde cities in the territory of Kazakhstan of the 13th-14th centuries" acquaints with collections of archaeological artefacts from the ancient settlements of the Golden Horde period – Saraichik, Otrar, Kuiryktobe, etc.

Section "The Great Silk Road. Trade. Import Items. Coins" presents import items found in the Golden Horde cities of Kazakhstan, as well as silver and copper coins from the Saraichik settlement, representing the products of 25 mints, including other states of the 13th-14th centuries.

The section "Religions: Tengrism, Islam, Nestorianism, Zoroastrianism, Buddhism" introduces a collection of Nestorian tombstones and an icon.

The section "Religious architecture of the 13th-14th centuries" is presented with models and architectural fragments of Saraichik settlement, the Mausoleum of Jochi Khan, Alash Khan, Bolgan ana, Khozha Akhmed Yassaui and others.

The exhibition is of great interest to scientists, archaeologists, historians, teachers, students and students.

The exhibition will last until the end of the year.

27.11.2019 The exhibition "Poland – 15 years in the European Union"

The exhibition "Poland – 15 years in the European Union"On November 27, 2019 at 16:00 in the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, within the framework of cooperation with the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Almaty, the exhibition "Poland – 15 years in the European Union" will open.

Photographic materials reflect historical Poland’s entry into the European Union and changes in all spheres of the country's life over 15 years: science, economics, culture, sports and tourism infrastructure, environmental protection, restoration of historical sites, etc., as well as Poland’s participation in international missions and EU operations.

The exhibition will last till December 8, 2019.

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