OPENING OF THE EXHIBITION «MAN-MADE SYMBOLS OF GRACE, HARMONY AND BEAUTY»

On January 19, at 17.00 in the new building of the Museum of the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy (Bokeikhan Street, 1a), the opening of the exhibition "Man-made symbols of grace, harmony and beauty" from the museum collection of the Library will take place.
         The exhibition will feature more than 50 samples of decorative and applied art of the peoples of the world, illustrating the multi-vector foreign policy of Kazakhstan. These items are only a small part of an extensive thematic collection of vases.
         All showpieces of the exhibition are diverse in material, manufacturing techniques, purpose, shape, ornament. Porcelain, ceramic, glass, metal vases are represented by the schools of masters of Turkey, China, Russia, Europe, Central Asia, Japan, Vietnam, Malaysia and other countries. They reflect the peculiarities of the economic system, religious beliefs, moral and ethical norms of the peoples, which have been embodied in the various forms of these vessels. Vases convey a rich historical context, reflect the philosophy of spiritual and material life, which determined the techniques, aesthetics of their manufacture and use.
         The museum collection of the Library of Elbasy contains a variety of collections made up of diplomatic gifts. These gifts, presented to the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan – Elbasy N. A. Nazarbayev, are signs of respect for the people of Kazakhstan and its leader, along with archival and book collections, open one of the facets of the wealth and content of the collection of the Library of Elbasy.
         The exhibition is the result of museum studies within the framework of the scientific project "Museum Collection".

Collection exhibition "Man-made symbols of grace, harmony and beauty" will
run until March 15, 2021.

 

Exhibition from the collections of the Library of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan - Elbasy "Man-made symbols of grace, harmony and beauty"