Be­laru­sian, Azer­bai­jani artists shine on same stage

Azer News - - Culture & Lifestyle - By La­man Is­may­ilova

AYoung tal­ents won the au­di­ence by their bril­liant per­for­mance and caused a storm of ap­plause. The event was held within the frame­work of the Youth Days of Be­larus in Azer­bai­jan in ac­cor­dance with the joint plan of ac­tiv­i­ties of the Aze­bai­jan Min­istry of Youth and Sports and the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion of Be­larus in the field of state youth pol­icy in 2018-2019.

The project aims at ex­pan­sion of bi­lat­eral co­op­er­a­tion in the field of youth pol­icy.

A round ta­ble on the theme "Prospects for de­vel­op­ment and co­op­er­a­tion of Azer­bai­jan and Be­larus in the field of youth pol­icy" was also held as part of the event.

The event was at­tended by em­ploy­ees of the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion of the Re­pub­lic of Be­larus and rep­re­sen­ta­tives of cre­ative youth from non-gov­ern­men­tal or­ga­ni­za­tions.

Over the past years, cul­tural co­op­er­a­tion be­tween Azer­bai­jan and Be­larus has sig­nif­i­cantly in­creased.

The most ac­tive in­ter­ac­tion was es­tab­lished be­tween the theater groups of the two coun­tries.

In 2011, the Azer­bai­jan State Aca­demic Opera and Bal­let Theater and the Na­tional Aca­demic Bol­shoi Opera and Bal­let Theater of Be­larus signed a Mem­o­ran­dum of Co­op­er­a­tion. Ev­ery year dozens of stage mas­ters, con­duc­tors, and lead­ing bal­let dancers of the two coun­tries suc­cess­fully per­form in both coun­tries.

Re­la­tions be­tween film­mak­ers of the two coun­tries are de­vel­op­ing fruit­fully. In 2014, the pre­miere of the joint full-length film "Babu", filmed by the Be­laru­sian film com­pany with the par­tic­i­pa­tion of Be­laru­sian and Azer­bai­jani ac­tors, took place in Baku.

The Azer­bai­jan-Be­larus Friend­ship and Co­op­er­a­tion So­ci­ety plays a sig­nif­i­cant role in the de­vel­op­ment of bi­lat­eral hu­man­i­tar­ian ties. Its mem­bers are prom­i­nent rep­re­sen­ta­tives of sci­ence, cul­ture, art, ed­u­ca­tion and busi­ness cir­cles of Azer­bai­jan.

The na­tional artists were in­vited to join art event by Passep­a­rtout Un­con­ven­tional Gallery and cu­ra­tor Elena Fer­rari, Trend Life re­ported.

As­mar Na­ri­man­bay­ova acts as a co-cu­ra­tor and par­tic­i­pant of the stand, where the works of Azer­bai­jani artists are rep­re­sented.

The ex­hi­bi­tion in­cludes works by Azer­bai­jani artists Rena Am­ra­hova, Ay­sel Mir­gasi­mova, As­mar Na­ri­man­bay­ova, El­nara Sa­farova, Leyla Aliyeva and Lala Agayeva, as well as Turk­ish artist Kam­ran Muzaf­fer Gendzher.

The art event re­ceived wide ac­claim. The works of na­tional artists caused a great in­ter­est of art con­nois­seurs.

As­mar Na­ri­man­bay­ova was born in a fam­ily of em­i­nent artists. Her fa­ther To­grul Na­ri­man­bayov, was world-fa­mous Azer­bai­jani artist, while her mother Elmira Huseynova was a sculp­tor.

As­mar grew up in the at­mos­phere of love to art, mu­sic and lit­er­a­ture. She is an artist full of light, wide and en­thu­si­as­tic soul. While cre­at­ing works in dif­fer­ent styles start­ing from fau­vism to im­pres­sion­ism, then from postim­pres­sion­ism to cu­bism and ex­pres­sion­ism, the artist has found her in­di­vid­ual cre­ative man­ner of the let­ter, the orig­i­nal color sen­sa­tion act­ing as a com­po­si­tion dom­i­nant. She has been char­ac­ter­ized for her bold and en­gag­ing style.

Col­ors in her art­works fill the form with dy­nam­ics and sat­u­rate her can­vas with the strong en­ergy. Na­ri­man­bay­ova’s works are dis­played in ex­hi­bi­tions, in­ter­na­tional fes­ti­vals and sym­po­siums all over the world.

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