Exhibition of honoured artist of Daghestan Gazali-Dibir Izrailov is held in Daghestan mission in Moscow

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Makhachkala, April 8, 2014. An exhibition of Honored Artist of Daghestan Gazali-Dibir Izrailov was successfully held in the building of the Permanent Daghestan Mission on Pokrovka St., Moscow, the press service of the permanent mission reports.

This time, the author presented a collection of his art line drawings. He named his new project "Mystery of Lines".

Many Izrailov’s friends, acquaintances, and colleagues came here to see the exhibition. "We are all familiar with Dibir’s art, he is quite a well-known artist, - said the deputy permanent Daghestan representative Izumrud Mugutdinova, - but this is the 1st time we’ve welcomed him here. And perhaps this is the most unusual art exhibition at the permanent mission ever - all his works are presented in graphics. That’s the way he transmits the unique nature of each character, as well as feelings and passion."

Magomed Abdulkhabirov, the associate professor of the Russian People's Friendship University, the vice-President of the Moscow Cultural Centre "Daghestan", said:

"Dibir is a genuine man. People like him represent the spirit, height, and morality of Daghestani people. In Makhachkala, we strongly need to create a palace of contemporary art where Dibir’s works will be very popular."

The Russian singer Vazgen Hovhannisyan with his unique opera voice, singer and poet Marlena Mauch, a performer of ancient Armenian melodies, and pianist, laureate of international competitions Alexander Malkus came here to congratulate the artist.

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