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Art of Crimean Tatars to be Displayed in Moscow
22.05.2014 15:38
Art of Crimean Tatars to be Displayed in Moscow

Traditional and modern art of Crimean Tatars will be for the first time exhibited in Moscow.

      The Oriental Arts Museum presents the exposition under the title Haytarma. Art of the Crimean Tatars. It comprises rare exhibits dated to the 19th – early 20th centuries.

      The exhibition includes post cards and old photos from the collection of Nizami Ibraimov, a well-known Crimean collector. Besides, visitors will see works by modern Crimean artists and handicraftsmen. They will present ceramics, canvasses, graphic art, embroidery and reconstruction of traditional costumes, kilim carpets and jewelry.

      The highlight of the exposition is Rifkhat Yakulov’s photographic works, which tell about the return of the Crimean Tatars after the deportation of lots of them during World War II in 1944.

      The name Haytarma (i.e. Return) has a reason behind it: the visitors will see an exhibition of the return of the wandering people. The exhibition will be held from May 27 to June 29.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Oriental Arts Museum Arts and Crafts Exhibitions in Moscow Crimean Tatars  

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