Belarusian, Azerbaijani artists shine on same stage
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.