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Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS]

12 March 2024 15:00 (UTC+04:00)
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS]
Laman Ismayilova
Laman Ismayilova
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The Azerbaijan Cultural Centre in Vienna has opened an exhibition "The Image of the World" by the Honoured Artist, Professor of the Azerbaijan State Academy of Arts, holder of the Shohrat and Sharaf orders, Chingiz Farzaliyev.

The exhibition dedicated to maintaining ecological balance and improving the environment was organised within the Green World Solidarity Year in Azerbaijan, Azernews reports.

Director of the Azerbaijan Cultural Centre in Vienna, Leyla Gasimova, spoke about the creative activity of Chingiz Farzaliyev, who recently celebrated his 80th birthday.

She said that Chingiz Farzaliyev is known not only in Azerbaijan, but also far beyond the borders of the country. It is for this reason that his awards also include prestigious orders and prizes from various countries. Among them is Austria's highest award, the Grand Order of Honor. Ch. Farzaliyev was awarded this award for his contribution to the development of cultural relations between Azerbaijan and Austria.

L. Gasimova brought to attention that Chingiz Farzaliyev studied painting in Baku and Moscow, was engaged in teaching, and from 2010 to 2023 worked as the head of the Azerbaijan National Art Museum. One of his significant contributions to Azerbaijani culture is 36 books from the Property (Sərvət) series, reflecting the work of 45 outstanding representatives of the fine arts of Azerbaijan in the 20th century.

The director of the Azerbaijan Cultural Centre also brought to attention that the 50th anniversary of Murad Adigozalzade, who performed in the artistic part of the event, was recently celebrated, and expressed great satisfaction with the participation of two anniversaries in this ceremony.

In turn, Chingiz Farzaliyev expressed gratitude for the conditions created for the presentation of his exhibition. He noted that the essence of the works collected at the exhibition "The Image of the World" is a call to humanity to take care of our world and be more careful with the environment. Positively assessing the increasing attention to ecology and cleanliness of the environment at the present stage, the author noted that Azerbaijan is one of the countries playing an important role in this matter.

Furthermore, People's Artists Farhad Badalbeyli and Murad Adigozalzade delighted the attendees with a musical program.

Before the concert, it was noted that when compiling the musical program, which is a creative gift to Chingiz Farzaliyev, a special place was given to works glorifying nature and the beauty of nature.

At the concert, opera singer Olga Chervinskaya performed romances by famous composers. Works by Gara Garayev, Fikrat Amirov, Arif Melikov, Aziz Alizadeh, Vagif Mustafazadeh, Farhad Badalbayli, Mikhail Glinka, and Sergei Rachmaninoff were also performed as part of the event.

The exhibition will last until the end of April.

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Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
Azerbaijani artist demonstrates his art pieces in Vienna [PHOTOS] - Gallery Image
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