The first exhibition-installation was opened in Bukhara, Uzbekistan.


The exhibition was held in Bukhara city on the 6th of July in the private apartment of local photographer Shavkat Boltaev. The show included work by a Belorussian artist Antonina Slobodchikova. For the two-days exhibition run, works by Slododchikova were placed in the 19th-century historic house covered with 19th-20th century murals, to create an environment where viewers could interact with the artwork and a space where they are displayed. 


Slobodchikova’s work is titled ‘The Bukhara Dictionary’. She describes it as her ‘journey for treasure’ in attempt to create an artistic map of her personal living experience in Bukhara. 


V. Sidorenko, Bukhara

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