London hosted Peaks of Asia Exhibition

The Peaks of Asia exhibition is held in the United Kingdom for the first time. More than 50 works of artists from Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Moldova and Russia are presented. Paintings are drawn in genres of landscape, expressionism and portrait.

15 Kazakh artists sent their works to London, including talented painters such as Yelena Fursa, Fariza Nurpanova and Bibigul Smakova.

“In the last four years, we have been committed to gathering creative people in Central Asia and promoting their creativity in the UK through exhibitions, concerts and presentations. In June this year, the first Eurasian Film Festival was organized successfully. Seeing the kindness and hospitality shown by the Romford authorities and the attention of the public who lives in East London, we decided to return here,” said Deputy Chairperson of Eurasian Creative Guild, Marat Akhmedzhanov.

The main purpose of event is to show Central Asia and local artists who paint in a different way showing landscape as well as the nature of Central Asia and nomads, said Spokesperson of Peaks of Asia Group, Gulzada Khamra.

The exhibition was organized in one of the local centers. 60,000 people visit it every day which means that art of the Central Asian countries can be introduced to many residents of London.