The exibition will be open at the "Inzhir" Gallery (Moscow, Bolshaya Dmitrovka st., 22)
from 11 December 2011 till 10 January 2012.
The exhibition ‘Turkistan in Old Photos and Ceramics’ featuring masterpieces of the State Museum of Oriental Arts funds and collection of the Institute for the History of the Material Culture of Russian Academy of Sciences opened on February, 3, 2007 .
The Hermitage-Kazan Center, Kazan, September, 10 2008 – October, 31 2008
The exhibition featured more than 70 works, including paintings and sketches, by Amir Timergaleev, a Kazan-born Moscow-based artist of the late 20th generation, known as “free figurativeness”.
Timergaleev is a citizen of the world, who travels in space freely and feels equally natural among the hustle and bustle of Moscow as well as beautiful sites of Venice, Paris, London and Santiago.
The State Museum of Oriental Art, Moscow, April 24, 2009 – June 21, 2009
The exhibition celebrated Tatar shamails, a kind of traditional religious calligraphy, which is considered as one of the most unique traditions of the Volga-Ural region, featuring some 70 objects drawn largely from the collections of the Mardjani Foundation, The State Museum of Fine Art of the Republic of Tatarstan and private ownership.
From July 6, 2009 to September 6, 2009 the State Museum of Oriental Art in Moscow held “The New Ark” addressing the St.-Petersburg Art School - an exhibition of the St.-Petersburg based Kazakhstani-born artist Hamid Savkuev. It was organized as a presentation of more than 100 works, including paintings, schulpture and several graphic works, introducing the artist to the Moscow audience.