Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists

La Nave Va

Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists
December, 2020 — January, 2021

"La Nave Va" is a group show of Central Asian contemporary authors about the role of the artist in society.

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Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists

ORNAMENTUM

Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists
February, 2020 — October, 2020

ORNAMENTUM - a group show dedicated to ornament, featuring Bakhyt Bubikanova, Marat Raiymkulov, Yelena and Viktor Vorobyevs and Dilyara Kaipova.


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Works by Lidiya Blinova and Rustam Khalfin

In Honour of L.B.

Works by Lidiya Blinova and Rustam Khalfin
October, 2019 — December, 2019

Exhibition dedicated to one of the founders of contemporary art in Central Asia Lidiya Blinova (1948-1996). Curated by Yelena and Viktor Vorobyev.

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REAL DEAL

Tabita Rezaire | Anvar Musrepov & Nazira Karimova

REAL DEAL
May, 2019 — July, 2019

Dialogue exhibition between Kazakstani artists Anvar Musrepov and Nazira Karimova and an artist from French Guiana, Tabita Rezaire, titled REAL DEAL.

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Split

Nurbol Nurakhmet

Split
April, 2019 — May, 2019

Split - solo show of Kazakhstani artist Nurbol Nurakhmet.


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Contemporary Collage from Central Asia

Beyond Fragmentation

Contemporary Collage from Central Asia
January, 2019 — February, 2019

Aspan Gallery in collaboration with Sapar Contemporary is staging a group show of Central Asian contemporary artists working with collage Beyond Fragmentation in New York.

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The Relationship of Coinciding

Vadim Fiškin / Yerbossyn Meldibekov

The Relationship of Coinciding
April, 2018 — June, 2018

Exhibitions-dialogue of Slovenian artist Vadim Fiškin and Kazakhstani artist Yerbossyn Meldibekov: Relationship of Coinciding.

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Topology of Image

Alexander Ugay

Topology of Image
February, 2018 — April, 2018

Alexander Ugay's first solo show Topology of Image.

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Something about Contemporary Nomadism

Gulnara Kasmalieva and Muratbek Djumaliev

Something about Contemporary Nomadism
November, 2017 — January, 2018

The first solo show in Central Asia Something about Contemporary Nomadism of renowned Kyrgyz artists Gulnara Kasmalieva and Muratbek Djumaliev.

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On Borders and Other Inventions

Said Atabekov / Abdoulaye Konaté

On Borders and Other Inventions
October, 2017 — November, 2017

On Borders and Other Inventions is the first show from a series of Aspan Gallery's exhibitions-dialogues featuring a Central Asian and another non-Western contemporary artist, with Kazakhstani Said Atabekov and Malian Abdoulaye Konaté.

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Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists

Painting Resistance

Group Show of Central Asian Contemporary Artists
April, 2017 — June, 2017

Aspan Gallery presents its first group show Painting Resistance in Almaty. The exhibition brings together three Central Asian artists – Valery Ruppel, Yelena Vorobyeva and Bakhyt Bubikanova.

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Yelena and Viktor Vorobyev "The Artist is Asleep"

A. Kasteev Museum of Arts

Yelena and Viktor Vorobyev "The Artist is Asleep"
August, 2015 — September, 2015

Yelena and Viktor Vorobyevs' first mid-career retrospective The Artist is Asleep is opening at the A. Kasteev Museum of Arts in Almaty on 27 August 2015.

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 Yerbossyn Meldibekov "Eternal Return"

A. Kasteev Museum of Arts

Yerbossyn Meldibekov "Eternal Return"
February, 2015 — March, 2015

On 12 February 2015 Eternal Return, the first solo museum show of contemporary Kazakh artist Yerbossyn Meldibekov, opened at the A. Kasteev Museum of Arts in Almaty.

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