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On November 8th 2023, at 4 pm, in the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan will open the international exhibition “BEYOND TIME, EMOTIONS AND ACCENTS” within which a special place will be held by artists from around the world who present their art in Kazakhstan for the first time: Adriana Setter (Spain), Sabrina Puppin (Italy-USA-Qatar), Kyung Ho Kim (South Korea), Anita Alabau (France), Yong Sun Suh (South Korea), Kern Ekstrom (Denmark), Stefan Beiu (France), Guy Meno (United Kingdom), Natalie Egger (Austria), Hiroshi Yamaoka (Japan), Christine El Ojeil (Lebanon – UAE), Thomas Falkner (Germany), Radu Zaplitnii (Moldova), as well as famous artists of Kazakhstan — Bakytnur Burdesbekov, Bibigul Smakova, Akzhan Aikinbayeva, Marzhan Bakytbekova, Gulnara Tabanova, Sofia Grudtsyna, Vyacheslav Li, Elena Fursа, Rakhat Saparalieva.

“Beyond time” means creating wonderful and timeless imagery, which produces “Emotions” in front of canvasses and “Accents” of pure originality that stand out and attract the viewer’s attention.

The paintings range from abstract painting, realism and the classical genre to photography inspired paintings and creative headdresses.

Each artist contributes by paying tribute to the cultural heritage of his or her country. By participating to exhibitions, artists share their ideas, thoughts, concepts, vision and personal masterpieces. Each author has his or her own vision, art technique, painting style and method of presenting his or her work. Grouping together such diverse artists is an act of creative courage, which highlights new connections between the exposed works and offers a new, unifying angle to the whole.

The Exhibition goal is tooffer a creative space that promotes artistic development. Participants promote the connection and cooperation between painters, which is more and more visible and rewarding in the modern world art. They have presented their works in international exhibitions in France, Turkey, Cyprus, Mongolia, Russia, France, China, South Korea, Germany, USA, Japan, Spain, London, Italy, Venice and other countries.


The Exhibition will continue till 22 November 2023.

Address: Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Samal-1, 44. Phone for inquiries: 264-46-50.

Media accreditation by phone: 7 (727) 264-04-09.



08.11.2023 SOLO EXHIBITION OF RAISA AMBROS “The Colours of My Infinity”

On November 8th, at the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, will take place the Opening of the Personal Exhibition “The Colours of My Infinity” of the Italian-Moldavian artist Raisa Ambros.

Raisa is a multi-award-winning artist based in London and has a special passion for colour, which she mixes in an original way to create her captivating abstracts. Her paintings are rich in details, which playfully open up to an infinite number of interpretations.

Raisa was born in the Republic of Moldova in 1973, and her first contact with art happened at the Pedagogical College in Soroca, which she attended for 4 years. The painter continued her studies in Audio-visual Communication at the Academy of Theatre and Film in Bucharest (Romania), Faculty of Film and Television, where she studied in detail all the techniques of creating a film, from concept to editing and film review.

During her years at ATF (between 1992 and 1997), she took a Storyboarding course headed by artist and professor Mihai Bandac, himself a well appreciated painter in Romania, who discovered her talent and had the generosity to guide her towards mastering her visual skills. Countless images were drawn to create various storyboards, and each film frame had its own visual message and composition. Professor Bandac noticed from the very start that the lines in Raisa's paintings are not straight, but in continuous movement, and suggested that she has graphic qualities which could enable her to create cartoons. Her first collective exhibition took place in 1996, in the hallway of the Faculty of Theatre and Film in Bucharest, and there Raisa stood out because she was the only one in the group who created a portrait of a monochromatic character, in blue.

After completing her Master's studies, Raisa Ambros chose a career in television, where she worked for several years as a screenwriter and created ideas and concepts for many successful shows for MediaPro, which were aired on the company’s famous TV station, ProTV.

In 2002, she moved to Rome, Italy, where she specialized in journalism and qualified as the first person from the Republic of Moldova to become a member of the Union of Journalists in Italy.

Raisa returned to painting in 2019, after she moved to London, UK, where she realized she had enough time and resources to dedicate herself to painting full time. She gradually gathered a lot of experience and her talent could not wait to manifest itself on the canvas in all the colours of the universe. After being immediately discovered by a gallery in Paris, the artist was invited to participate to numerous exhibitions all over the world. She resumed contact with teacher Mihai Bandac, who was happy to guide her in her new but welcoming new career and entrust her with the greatest secrets of colours and painting. In parallel, Raisa Ambros had been studying Abstract and Fine Arts privately with various artists from the USA, UK, Italy, Germany, Russia, Moldova, Romania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and France. Her signature and personality in art were clear and recognizable from her very first pieces. Her unique style and movement of forms, as well as her playful and masterful use of an infinity of colours was appreciated both by her peers and by art houses from all over the world.

Raisa Ambros has exhibited her work internationally, with Solo show in Los Angeles (USA), Seoul (South Korea), Solo Booth shows in Paris (France), Venice (Italy), Osaka (Japan), Barcelona (Spain), and in over 30 group exhibitions at galleries, museums and art fairs. Her artworks are featured in prestigious magazines in the United Kingdom, like British Vogue, Tatler, The World of Interiors, House and Garden, and in The Untitled magazine in New York, and can be admired in private collections in the USA, Europe and Asia. The magic of her outstanding colours also shines in print, in many art books and catalogues.

Raisa's art received important awards in different countries, like Claude Monet award, Leonardo da Vinci award, Top Artists award, Michelangelo award, Career Art award. In September 2023 the Italian Ambassador to Montecarlo, H. E. Giulio Alaimo, offered her the Oscar Prize for Creativity, an award granted every 2 years by Art Expo Gallery. She was also nominated for the Leadership in Art award in Washington (USA), Global 100 People to Shine in Seoul (South Korea), and Luxembourg Art Prize, to be received soon.

The Colours of My Infinity Solo Exhibition will feature over 20 of her masterpieces that perfectly mirror Raisa's personality and signature. Most of her pieces are in 3D optical effect, as her style reflects the infinity of movement of the forms and shades, through many layers of paint as textures, that make the artwork even more mysterious and the viewer curious to discover a variety of interpretations and meanings behind every layer. The infinity of colours and movement shows the freedom of expression of the artist, with no barriers or limits of creativity. Her abstracts are unique, being the work of pure imagination, making it impossible to copy them, as it is impossible to copy a free mind and person like Raisa. The special quality of her pieces is that they could be hung in all 4 positions, obtaining a different image and understanding of the concept.

Raisa has already participated in few group exhibitions with the Kazakh artists in galleries and museums, and is known in the art community in Kazakhstan, but this is the first time she will have a Solo exhibition in Almaty. She is also a co-organizer and co-curator for the group exhibition "Out of time. Emotions and accents", held at the same time at the State Museum in Almaty, where she is bringing over 10 international artists to exchange the values of their art.



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11.10.2023 The opening ceremony of the ethnographic exhibition “Ornekpen orilgen oner” was held in Baku

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan with the support of the Committee of Culture of the Ministry of Culture and Information of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the International Organization “TURKSOY” organized an international ethnographic exhibition “ART WITH PATTERNED BRAID”, which was held at the National Carpet Museum of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Azerbaijan.

The opening ceremony was attended by Director of the National Carpet Museum of Azerbaijan Shirin Melikova, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kazakhstan to Azerbaijan Alim Bayel, delegate TURKSOY Zhalel David and Director of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan Rashida Yerimkyzy, who congratulated the guests of the event on the opening of the exhibition.

The concept of the exposition was developed on the basis of the ethnographic collection of the museum, which included artifacts of the traditional culture of the Kazakh people – agricultural and household items, clothing, horse harness, carpet-felt products, etc.

The items of traditional art of the Kazakh people presented at the exhibition “Art with patterned braid” will reflect their history and unique worldview, special traditions and culture formed over millennia of nomadic lifestyle.

Exhibtion goal: to demonstrate the diversity of traditional Kazakh culture based on the ethnographic collection of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

A special place at the exhibition is occupied by artifacts of high historical matter, traditional Kazakh “kilems” – carpets and carpet products of small sizes, which differ both in texture and picturesqueness, as well as a variety of ornaments that brightly characterize the features of traditional weaving in Kazakhstan.

It is worth noting that the museum's collection of carpet and felt products, which includes “keel” (carpets) and carpet products, has more than 1,760 storage units. Among the carpets, unique types of products should be particularly noted, for example, “Araby kilem”, which differ in specific technique of work, compositional structure and iconographic solution, which is horizontal stripes with repeating patterns. "Araby kilem" is also used as another carpet, weaving along the base, creating a finished canvas. In the manufacturing process, two weaving techniques are used: “orama teru” (winding technique) in the patterned part, “terme teru” (canvas weaving technique) – in the patterned part. Therefore patterns of “Araby kilem” are the same, both in front and on the wrong side.

In exhibition “Art with patterned braid” the treasure of the Kazakh culture was presented by traditional agriculture, household utensils, which installed according to his traditional location in mobile house “kiiz ui” (yurt). So, in the place of honor of the yurt "tor" there are richly ornamented "sandyk" (chest), items of horse equipment "yertokym" and "kamshy" (saddle, wheep), "adalbakan" (clothes hanger) are exhibited in the "right" male side, while household utensils are "kebezhe", "saba", etc. – on the left, i.e. "female" side in accordance with the rules of the traditional division of space "kiiz ui".

Totally of 67 storage units are presented at the exhibition.

The exhibition organized at the support Embassy of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Republic of Azerbaijan and Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Republic of Kazakhstan

19.10.2023 The exhibition “Kazakhstan on the Silk Road”

On October 19, 2023 at 4.00 p.m., the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan together with the International Creative Art Organization opens the exhibition “Kazakhstan on the Silk Road” dedicated to Republic Day.

The exhibition “Kazakhstan on the Silk Road”The Silk Road, which connected East and West for many centuries, was not only a trade route, but also a cultural bridge between different civilizations. Art and culture played an important role in this process, and contemporary artists and cultural workers strive to revive the spirit of the Silk Road through various activities. These efforts contribute to the preservation and promotion of cultural heritage of art along the Silk Road and contribute to the enrichment of cultural dialogue between countries and regions.

The idea is to inspire artists to explore and embody the rich cultural and historical mosaic of this route through the arts.

Today, the artists of the project want to contribute to the development of international relations between countries in the field of art and culture, and continue their Silk Road in South Korea, Japan and Uzbekistan. In the future, countries such as China, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Iran, India, etc. will join this project.

The exhibition will feature more than 100 works by fine art artists from Kazakhstan and South Korea, Japan, Uzbekistan and America, who will demonstrate their unique views and artistic talents. These are original works – paintings, graphics, mixed media works.

The exhibition will be attended by famous artists such as: Umirbek Zhubaniyazov (Kazakhstan), Alpysbai Kazgulov (Kazakhstan), Marat Abdreyev (Kazakhstan), Atakhan Allabergenov (Uzbekistan), Dilorom Mamedova (Uzbekistan), Kim Inhwa (Japan), Ahn Hyunjun (South Korea), Song Hayan (Аmerica), Song Hanul (South Korea - Аmerica), Аzhar Umetaliyeva (Kyrgyzstan) and many others.

Participants of the exhibition will receive certificates and diplomas from the International Organization of Exhibitions Creative Art, whose offices are located in South Korea, Japan and Kazakhstan.

The Central Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan invites everyone to visit the exhibition.

The exhibition will run until November 2, 2023.


From October 2 to November 30, 2023, the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Plan B Gallery and FARBA Gallery (Minsk, Belarus) are opening a new exhibition project “Artificial Intelligence: Artist or Machine?” – one of the most innovative art exhibitions that will appear in Almaty in 2023. The exhibition is notable for the fact that the works presented are entirely “Artificial Intelligence: Artist or Machine?” created by artificial intelligence. The public will be shown a groundbreaking collection of more than 120 works in 10 different categories, covering many aspects of our universe, such as nature, mythology, history, architecture and many others.

What is artificial intelligence? It is computer technology that helps machines think and act like humans. The scope of application of artificial intelligence is almost limitless: the technology sector, medicine, science and much more. To understand the role of artificial intelligence in the creation of this exhibition project, it is worth noting that the text of the press release you are reading right now is 78.1% created by artificial intelligence.

It is noteworthy that part of the exhibition represents the perception of Kazakhstan through the eyes of artificial intelligence. Guests of the project will be able to see an alternative vision of nature, architecture, and cuisine of our country, created with the help of neural networks. Beautifully crafted and meticulously detailed, the unique collection features works that will captivate the attention of art lovers and technology enthusiasts alike!

The organizers of the exhibition strive to demonstrate current projects to the viewer and are pleased to be the first to present an exhibition created by artificial intelligence in Kazakhstan. We invite you to explore this creative and exciting way of creating entire pieces. Come and discover the probable future of art!

And the culmination of the project will be the immersive film “Digital Evolution”, created specifically for this exhibition project. This film is a figurative rethinking of the world of ideas and the world of matter, a free artistic reflection on development and evolution. Visitors will be able to fully immerse themselves in what is happening around them, thanks to the projection of the film on the walls and floor of the multimedia room. The exhibition also presents works by Kazakh authors, whose work will complement the main exhibition.

The organizers have also prepared a thematic quest that will allow you to get acquainted with the exhibition in a fun way, and in the exhibition space you will find original photo zones where it is simply impossible not to take a photo as a keepsake.


Entrance to the exhibition is fee-paying. Ticket prices:

4000 tenge – adults;

3000 tenge – university students;

2000 tenge – pensioners, students of schools and gymnasiums, vocational schools, secondary educational institutions, large families, disabled people of group III;

Free for children under 7 years old, disabled people of groups I and II, veterans of the Great Patriotic War.

An entrance ticket to the exhibition can also be purchased online at https://ticketon.kz/.

Exhibition schedule: Wednesday-Monday; 9.00-18.00. Tuesday - closed.

The official opening of the exhibition will take place on October 6 at 16.00.

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