A personal exhibition of Asan Barash, a famous Crimean Tatar avant-garde artist, was opened at the Crimean Tatar Museum of Cultural and Historical Heritage.
To be able to fully appreciate Asan Barash’s sophisticated and profound artworks, one should view them with their author’s eyes. However, his paintings will leave hardly anyone indifferent.
It is noteworthy that the artist does not just stick to one art form to express his ideas and feelings, but also turns to graphics and sculpture. He masterfully introduces new forms without abandoning the national motives of Crimean Tatar fine arts. Each picture conveys philosophical depth and pain.
According to Asan Barash, the exhibition includes 30 artworks. “In my paintings I try to show how I feel. My feelings are all about my family, my people and the entire world,” said the artist.
The artist’s friends, students, colleagues and family members came to congratulate him on the opening of the exhibition, which will run for a month.