An international art exhibition "The modern art of the Silk Road" opened in Germany. It was organized by the Art Gallery of Berlin together with embassies of the Central Asian countries, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria.
The purpose of carrying out of the exhibition was the acquaintance of the broad audiences of the German public and visitors of the capital of Germany with rich and original culture of people who occupied countries located on the Great Silk Road, Uzbekistan Today reports.
Opening an exhibition, its organizer Berbel Miettske has emphasized that the given cultural action gives an opportunity to look at history and culture of people of the countries of the Central Asia in a new fashion and has emphasised the masterpieces of the Uzbek art. Especially the pictures of the well-known artist of Uzbekistan Lekim Ibragimov has caused a great interest of participants.
Estimating L. Ibragimov’s pictures, the head of the "WMW" consulting company Detlef Tsielenski has noted that his creativity has incorporated rich traditions and original culture of Uzbek people. The harmony of east miniature with the European painting is precisely shown in his works.The opinion of the known critic of the "Hermitage" Museum of St. Petersburg O. Ivanova is very interesting. She noted that "antique miniature of the Central Asia serves as a source of inspiration of L. Ibragimov. Lyrical and poetic masterpices of the Uzbek artist reflect mysticism and wisdom of the East".