By Laman Ismayilova
Baku Museum Center will host the exhibition of talented artist Narmin Ibragimova on February 14-16.
More than 70 works will be showcased at the exhibition, Azertag reported.
The exhibition "Understand me" is an attempt to appeal to women living in the male world, about which James Brown sang.
“I really want the two opposites to be able to find points of contact between minds and souls through the differences of perception," Narmin says.
The author has an extraordinary view of the freedom of expression of creative thoughts beyond the choice of a single technique of performance. As the daughter of people who chose an artistic path in life, Narmin herself admits that her own future was somehow predetermined.
The exhibition is a unique hymn of relationships through which the artist tells how your ability to listen and understand each other through your paintings can fill our world with beauty and harmony.
"Understand me" is the artist's appeal to herself.
"My real exhibition is a confirmation that you cannot give up your dream. I repeat, you can just listen to yourself a little more carefully ... To love what you do, motivate yourself and remember that every step brings you closer to the most important goal, in the name of which "you are here and now," the artist said.
Laman Ismayilova is AzerNews’ staff journalist, follow her on Twitter: @Lam_Ismayilova
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