AKHP Public Lecture, Khorog: Coexistence of the Past and the Present in Artistic Images in Tajik Badakhshan

Date: 17 November 2018
Other languages: Русский язык |
November 17th, 11:00 am
Khorog, Tajikistan

Alinazar Mavlonazarov

“With all my heart I love the mountains, the land, the rivers and the trees of my Motherland”. With these wonderful words, the artist shares his perception of the nature that surrounds him, and of the stunning landscapes of his homeland. The artist looks at everything with his heart, transferring to the canvas the wonderful, beautiful and good things that surround us, but we fail to notice. Alinazar Mavlonazarov’s paintings feature diversity of the environment and the harmony between the nature and human beings – slow flow of water that brings hope to a village, glance of a Pamiri girl who knots jurabs (traditional socks).

Using paintings, the lecturer will discuss some social changes and changes in the values of people, caused by past and present processes in Tajikistan, particularly in Badakhshan.

In 1969, Alinazar Mavlonazarov graduated from M. Olimov Art School in Dushanbe, and started working for an art-theatre in Rushan Rayon. In 1982, he was offered a job with the Art Fund of Kurgan-Tube. He has participated in numerous national and international exhibitions in Russian, China, Uzbekistan and Azerbaijan. Alinazar Mavlonazarov has created more than 100 paintings that help to maintain connections between present and future generations.

Munira Tavakalova
Candidate of Philosophy
Head of the Department of Philosophy and Political Studies
Khorog State University

The lecture will be delivered in Russian.

University of Central Asia
School of Professional and Continuing Education
126 Lenin Street
Khorog, Tajikistan

Please confirm your participation with your name and affiliation by sending an e-mail to: tavakalova72@rambler.ru (Munira Tavakalova); gulbahor.raqamova@ucentralasia.org (Gulbahor Raqamova); latifa.amadbekova@ucentralasia.org (Latifa Amadbekova). 
* Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.
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