The culture of Tajikistan was presented in the British capital

On May 25, 2023, an exhibition of works by artists from Eurasia opened in London, where the famous Tajik artist Khojieva Sarvinoz presented her works to the public.

The exposition is presented as part of the V ECG Film Festival (ECG FF – 2023) and will be open until the end of May. This is a unique opportunity for locals to experience the art and culture of Tajikistan, one of the oldest civilizations in the world.

The works of Sarvinoz Khodjieva were selected on the basis of their artistic merit and exclusivity. Mrs. Khodjieva is a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Tajikistan. Her paintings are made in the traditional Tajik style. They are elegant, original, created in different genres, but at the same time, Sarvinoz Khodzhieva has a unique style, which gives the works a special emotion.Each of her paintings is individual and unique, and deserves careful study and attention of the viewer.

“We have a very rich cultural heritage, and I am ready to share it with the world through my paintings,” says Mrs. Khodjieva.

At the opening of the festival, the head of the Poezia London foundation, Adam Semenchuk, presented her with the Barbara Nawrocka medal for her contribution to the promotion and development of the creativity of the peoples of the world.

In addition to Tajikistan, as part of the film festival, the Daniel’s view Gallery presented the works of 14 artists from Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Russia.

Also on May 25, at the ECG FF 2023 film festival, the documentary film “Katya and Rimma” by a native of Tajikistan, Gulya Mirzoeva, was successfully shown in the competition program.

The event was attended by the representative of the Embassy of Tajikistan in the UK – Rustam Mullozoda: “It is gratifying that the works of our compatriots are presented at the British ECG Film Festival. We hope that such events will contribute to the establishment of cultural ties between our countries and from now on they will only be strengthened.”

Chairman of the Eurasian Creative Guild Gareth Stamp, publisher of OCA magazine Marat Akhmedjhanov and founders of the Romford International Film Festival Spencer Hawken and Natalie Bays spoke at the opening.

As part of the ECG FF – 2023 film festival, there is an opportunity to feel the culture of Eurasia and see the work of directors from Sweden, Russia, Kazakhstan, Great Britain, Poland. It will last until May 30th.

ECG Film Festival is a bridge between Central Asia and Great Britain, a point of unification of cultures from different countries of the world. This is a chance to enjoy the art of the Eurasian continent, new acquaintances and emotions. Through such cultural cooperation, English-speaking viewers will be able to learn more about the inner life of Tajikistan. The festival is organized by the Eurasian Creative Guild (London) in partnership with the Romford Film Festival.

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