Arif Huseynov's works to be showcased at Modern Art Museum in Baku
An exhibition of People's Artist of Azerbaijan Arif Huseynov will open at the Museum of Modern Art in Baku on February 27.
Over 50 documentary and graphic art works of the artist will be showcased at the exhibition. The main feature of these works exhibition is that they are unnamed, AzerTAc reported.
The texts applied on graphic works narrate about the depicted events or personalities. Such works of the artist as the 'Letter of Peter I', 'The Turkmenchay Treaty', 'The Shot Monuments', 'The Karabakh War', 'Panahali Khan', 'Folk Musicians' are of particular interest.
All works of the exposition are created in the form of an engraving. The exhibition, in general, is based on historical facts.
Arif Huseynov was born on October 30, 1943 in Gala village of Baku. In 1972 he graduated from the Azerbaijan State University of Culture and Arts.
Exhibitions of the artist were held in Baku, Moscow, Prague, Istanbul, Tokyo. His works are kept in the National Museum of Art of Azerbaijan, the Moscow State Museum of Oriental Art, the Azerbaijan State Gallery of Art, as well as in private collections. Over the years, the artist spends part of his time working with the young generation.