Photo exhibitions held to mark 25th anniversary of Kazakhstan's Independence
Art exhibition dedicated to the 25th anniversary of Kazakhstan’s independence has been opened in the United Nations headquarters in New York. A unique photographic exhibition features fascinating shots of landscapes of the Kazakh Steppes with its contracts, ancient legends and diverse nature. The authors of these works have received a grant from the Foundation of the First President of Kazakhstan for the project implementation. The exhibition titled “The Unknown Kazakhstan” demonstrates the unexplored corners of our country. The exhibition will be held in several U.S. states.
Sergey TOKHTAROV, DEPUTY DIRECTOR, FUND OF FIRST PRESIDENT OF KAZAKHSTAN:
An original and colorful exhibition has created a powerful additional impetus to the effort to preserve the history and rich cultural traditions of our people. These pictures that you see, are not only the admiration of the audience, but also allow a better understanding of our country. Every exhibition item presented here is truly a photographic art work. The aesthetics of the photos leaves the viewers engaged, interested and informed of Kazakhstan, which is a first step to the discovery of Kazakhstan.