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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.

05.10.2023 The personal exhibition of artist-illustrator, designer Gulfarida Dzhaniyarova “MY WHOLE LIFE IS IN ART”

The opening of the second personal exhibition of the Kazakh artist-illustrator, designer Gulfarida Dzhaniyarova “MY WHOLE LIFE IS IN ART” will take place at the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan on October 5, 2023, at 3 p.m.        

“MY WHOLE LIFE IS IN ART”Artist Gulfarida Dzhaniyarova in her works reflects the World in which she lives - boundless love for people, animals and nature, where she uses different techniques, methods and materials, creates completely different unique images of dolls, as well as picturesque paintings, distinguished by an abundance of colors and paints, including still-life, landscapes, portraits, flower arrangements, etc. Each work of art is a separate project, which has its own theme, content, style, and history.

G. Dzhaniyarova graduated from Alma-Ata Art School (painting department). Since 1971, she studied the history of costume in the 18th and 19th centuries and dreamed of becoming a costume designer, and in 1994 she began working with individual orders, paying great attention to concert costumes. Thus, Gulfarida developed costumes for the presentation of the capital of Kazakhstan - Astana (now Nur-Sultan), costumes for little performers of the Republican children's music competition "Onshi Balapan", modeled costumes for Kazakh pop stars - Ye. Shakeyev, R. Stamgaziyev, K. Abdildina, A. Issatayeva, Honored Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan - B. Samedinova and M. Ilyassova, etc. She took an active part in the celebration of the 150th anniversary of Zhambyl.

Work and cooperation with theaters played an important role in choosing creative guidelines. At M. Auezova Kazakh State Academic Drama Theater for the play “The Last Days of Abylay Khan”, the artist reliably completed sketches of the khan’s costume, corresponding to the ancient costumes of the Kazakh nomadic nobility.

An important place in the work of G. Dzhaniyarova is occupied by a series of her paintings executed with vivid artistic expressiveness, demonstrating the diversity of amazing nature.

G. Dzhaniyarova was the first to become a member of the International Association of Doll Authors among Kazakh artists (author’s project “Dolls of Kazakhstan”). She also took an active part in International Doll Exhibitions (the Russian Federation, Moscow).

The artistic basis of this exhibition is a new collection of original works. These are dolls of historical figures in historical costumes: Raiymbek Batyr, Genghis Khan, decorative items of animals (a collection of dogs), as well as figures of rare birds. All these works will be presented at the exhibition.

The exhibition features more than 80 works of art.

The exhibition will last until October 19.

28.09.2023 International photo exhibition “One Zone – One Road”.

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, within the long-term cooperation with the Consulate General of the People's Republic of China in Almaty with the support of CNPC Central Asia and Russia, on September 28, 2023 at 16.00, opens an International photo exhibition dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the Initiative “One Zone – One Road”.

“One Zone – One Road”.It is the largest project in China and could become the largest global infrastructure project ever. The word “path” is no coincidence, since the concept is being developed under the slogan of the new Silk Road. The program is aimed at developing infrastructure, creating new transport corridors and increasing the capacity of existing projects.

Over the 10 years since the launch of the initiative “One Zone - One Road”, China has signed more than 200 cooperation documents on the joint construction of the “One Zone - One Road” with more than 150 countries and more than 30 international organizations, formed more than 3,000 cooperation projects, created 420 000 jobs for countries along the route, lifted nearly 40 million people out of poverty and created one after another "national landmarks", "people's welfare projects" and "monuments of cooperation".

Kazakhstan has a particularly important status, as it is the first place where the proclamation of the joint construction of the initiative “One Zone – One Road” was launched. The “One Belt – One Road” initiative is deeply integrated with Kazakhstan’s New Economic Policy “Nurly Zhol”. China and Kazakhstan have achieved significant cooperation results in the fields of political coordination, infrastructure connectivity, unhindered trade, free movement of capital and strengthening the closeness between peoples, and have also become a successful model and practical guide for promoting international cooperation within the Initiative “One Zone - One Road”.

The exhibition presents about 80 photographs reflecting the economic and cultural connection between Kazakhstan and China: projects in the energy sector, oil and gas industry, information technology, development of the transport corridor, banking industry, as well as in the field of culture and art.

The exhibition will introduce visitors to the path traveled, experience and successes of the PRC over the past 10 years as part of the implementation of the initiative “One Zone – One Road”.

The exhibition will run until October 12, 2023.

25.09.2023 The exhibition “My ballet”

“My ballet” exhibition has been opened in Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan honored to 85 anniversary of the outstanding master of the Kazakh ballet art, pedagogue, Ayukhanov Bolat Gazizkhanovich choreographer.

Exhibition goals: Meet Residents and guests of the city with life and art of famous choreographer, professor, Kazakhstan people artist, founder and head of the State Academic Dance Theater of the Republic of Kazakhstan B.Ayukhanov, which made an invaluable contribution in history of Kazakh ballet.

To the visitors were present photos of different years of B.Ayukhanov’s life, his awards, personal things and books. Stage clothes from different performances are also presented here.Visitors was interested by stage costume that once belonged to his teacher, People’s artist of the Kazakh SSR A.V. Seleznev. Also from “Young ballet” theatre was present collet costume, embroidered especially for Cuban dance (1965), costume for classic dance “Sad Waltz” on Jan Sibelius music, choreographer’s costume from his favourite in “Hamlet” ballet.

Residents and guests of the city can see the master’s office, with a desk, typewriter and other personal things

The “My ballet” exhibition is honored to the life and art of the famous choreographer, presented by materials from the fund of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan and The State Academic Dance Theater of the Republic of Kazakhstan. 

18.09.2023 The 15th International Exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth”

The Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan hosted the opening of the 15th International Exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth”, organized by the Daejeon International Art Exchange Association (South, DIAEA) and the Kazakh National Academy of Arts named after Temirbek Zhurgenov.

The main goal of the exhibition is to support and strengthen cultural ties and cooperation between states, promote peace and stability, the beauty of nature and the environment, focusing on natural disasters and environmental disasters caused by human impact.

At the opening ceremony, the director of the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Rashida Kharipova, noted the importance of the main aspects of this event: “For the Central State Museum, holding the 15th International Exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth” is a great achievement, since we are one of the largest cultural centers in Kazakhstan, in which special attention is paid to the traditions and history of all peoples living in the country. We are confident that every resident and guest of the city, as well as foreign tourists who visit the exhibition, will begin to love nature even more and understand important environmental issues. “I also believe that the international exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth” will strengthen cultural ties between the two countries.”

Also, congratulatory speeches were made by the Vice-Rector for Academic, Educational and Methodological Work of T. Zhurgenov Kazakh National Academy of Art Sharipbek Agabayuly, President of the International Community of Arts Exchange in Daejeon Shim Woond-Taik, sponsors Park So-Young, Hwang Gil-Yeon.

The exhibition presents over 130 works by national and Korean artists, made in the techniques of painting, sculpture, graphics, and mixed technique. Among the Kazakh masters participating in the exhibition are Honored Workers of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Amandos Akanayev, Zhumakyn Kairambayev, Alibay Bapanov, Bolat Turgynbay, Bauyrzhan Baydilda, Nelly Bube, Omirbek Zhubaniyazov and others.

Cultural and creative ties are dynamically developing between the two countries. Teachers and undergraduates of the Academy have repeatedly participated in international exhibitions in Daejeon, and Korean artists also held their exhibitions at T. Zhurgenov Academy of Arts. We hope that the exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth” will win the hearts of viewers with its works in the direction of contemporary fine art.

Participants of the event were awarded letters of gratitude, certificates from T. Zhurgenov Kazakh National Academy of Arts and the Academy of Arts of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Union of Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Guests of the ceremony: artists from South Korea, Kazakhstan, art critics, students and media representatives.

The 15th International Exhibition “Bow to Planet Earth” will last until September 27.



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