Makhachkala, March 15, 2017. Yesterday, March 14, Dagestan Museum of Fine Arts named after P. Gamzatova hosted an official opening ceremony of the exhibition entitled "Beauty will save the world" consisting of the artworks and sculptures from the Kadyrov Memorial Complex of Glory, the press service of Dagestan Ministry for National Policy reports.
As to the deputy Director of Dagestan Museum of Fine Arts Aishat Magomedova, Dagestan and Chechnya had close links for cooperation, friendship and cultural relations. Besides, Magomedova recalled that last year Dagestan museum held a travelling exhibition in the national museum of Chechnya.
"It is very pleasant to see the works of Dagestan artists such as Zulkarnay Rabadanov, Gasan Abduragimov, Mammed Agabalayev and others,"- Magomedova confessed.
Visanpasha Akhmatov, the first deputy director of the Kadyrov Memorial Complex of Glory, thanked the museum administration for the reception and stressed that it was the first travelling exhibition of the memorial complex.
"We exhibited the works granted to our museum by the Union of Artists of the Russian Federation. Here are works of the artists from Chechnya, Dagestan, Rostov, Krasnodar and the other regions of the South of Russia ", - Akhmatov noted.
According to Dagestan Minister for National Policy Tatyana Gamaley, such a cultural exchange played an important role in strengthening ties between two republics.
Gamaley also expressed hope for further fruitful cultural cooperation between Dagestan and Chechnya. "The world will be saved not only by beauty - neighborliness, mutual understanding will also save the world" - Dagestani Minister concluded her speech.
The memorial complex was opened in Chechnya on May 8, 2010, on the eve of the 65th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War. The complex's fund includes the works by contemporary artists from all regions of the country. The exhibition will last till April 15 in Makhachkala.
"Beauty will save the world" exhibition opens in Makhachkala15 March 2017 18:36 Posted in: CULTURE Source : RIA Dagestan