Exhibition reflecting Uzbek politeness, Japanese grace
Exhibitions of Japanese applied art on “Batik and enamel art” and “Contemporary Uzbek decorative art” have kicked off at Ikuo Hirayama International Caravanserai of Culture, in Tashkent.
Foreign guests, art historians, experts and art fans attended the exhibitions.
The central hall of the Caravanserai of Culture demonstrates about 100 works of pottery, sculpture, decorative art, carpet weaving. Japanese applied art demonstrates unique works created in the direction of batik art, fine art, Japanese pottery, the art of kimono ornaments, which reflect the national traditions of the Japanese people.
The exhibition runs until November 15.
Dilobar Mamatova, UzA