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YARAT Contemporary Art School students present final graduation exhibition [PHOTO]

YARAT Contemporary Art Space has presented final graduation
exhibition by students of YARAT Contemporary Art School.

Within the framework of a year-long intensive education program
under the authorship of Honored Artist Sabina Shikhlinskaya, YARAT
Contemporary Art School has successfully provided theoretical and
practical education aimed at educating multidisciplinary artists,
art managers, curators, and researchers in the fundamental
directions of contemporary art. As a final result a total of 27
students have successfully completed the program, mastered various
art fields and prepared three different graduation projects.

Traditional borders in the modern world have lost their meaning
and value. Moreover, interdependencies and cultural exchanges have
become simpler in a world where time and space are getting closer.
Consequently, it can result in moral erosion, loss of
individuality, and cultural similarities. The closeness brought
about by globalization is also associated with moral crisis,
miscommunications, and alienation. As such, Babylon 2.0, Traces
from Past Generations and “I was searching for the salvation from
sorrow” explore abovementioned topics.

Reflecting on the Nowruz holiday, which is closely associated
with our national identity, Traces from Past Generations tries to
show the connection between nature and man, collective life without
gender and social roles.

Man’s constant search for salvation from his spiritual crisis is
his effort to find himself and achieve perfection. When trying to
resolve problems, a moral crisis is inevitable. Despite our
disharmonious world, we are always seeking harmony in our souls.
Both sorrows and hopes derive from this inconsistency. Through the
healing of human suffering and spiritual crises, “I was searching
for the salvation from sorrow” emphasizes the path to

The exhibition “Traces from Past Generation” will last until
April 16.

Curator: Aynur Abutalıbova

Project Manager: Ilkana Samadova

Fidan Humbatli, Tamira Ibrahimova, Fidan Nazim kizi, Najaf

Exhibition working regime:

Tuesday – Sunday, 12:00-20:00

Location: ARTIM Project Space

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