By Laman Ismayilova
Works of Azerbaijani artists have been displayed at Parisian " Bortone" art gallery.
The exposition displays stunning colorful paintings of 15 national artists Asmar Narimanbayova, Aysel Mirgasimova, Rena Amrakhova, Leyla Aliyeva, Narmina Veliyeva, Nihad Aliyev, Tofig Narimanbayov, Sahib Asadli, Leyla Musayeva, Saida Kebirlinskaya, Nurjan Gurbanzadeh, Amina Hajili, Zahra Mammadzade and others.
The artists presented their art works in different art styles. The project is curated by Honored Artist of Azerbaijan Asmar Narimanbayova, who lives in France.
"Unfortunately, artists could not fly to the exhibition amid coronavirus pandemic. Nevertheless they sent their art works to display at the exhibition that supposed to take place in this spring. Now the gallery is working in accordance with quarantine rules. Only 4-10 visitors are allowed to be in the gallery at the same time. They must all wear protective face masks, observe social distance and other rules," Narimanbayova told Trend Life.
The Parisian art gallery also exhibits art works by famous artists from Italy, Georgia and Turkey. The exhibition aroused great interest among art lovers.
Asmar Narimanbayova lives and works in two cities - Paris and her native Baku.
The artist grew up in the atmosphere of love to art, music and literature. Her father Togrul Narimanbayov was the world-famous Azerbaijani artist and her mother Elmira Huseynova was a sculptor.
Narimanbayova is distinguished by her bold and unique art works.The artist thrills art connoisseurs with her vibrant paintings in different styles, including impressionism, postimpressionism, cubism and others.
Narimanbayova’s works are displayed at prestigious exhibitions, international festivals and symposiums all over the world.
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