bayramov exhibition

Through The Eyes of Durdy Bayramov

You are cordially invited to
Turkmen Village Life, 1960s-80s

Exhibition features culturally and historically significant black-and-white photographs of village life in Turkmenistan from the personal archive of acclaimed Eurasian artist Durdy Bayramov.

You are cordially invited to the public opening of the exhibition: Durdy Bayramov (1938–2014) was an acclaimed Eurasian artist whose paintings hang in museums and private collections around the world. Exhibited for the first time, Bayramov’s black-and-white photographs were taken in the rural villages of his native Turkmenistan. These beautiful images reveal how the country of his birth fascinated and inspired him.

Please join us for these special events and public programs:

Saturday, May 16th from 2-3 pm, Lecture: Durdy Bayramov: Artist and Photographer

Saturday, May 23rd from 2-3 pm, Lecture: Cultural Heritage of Turkmenistan

Saturday, May 30th from 2-3 pm, Celebration of Turkmen Carpet Day

Saturday, June 6th from 2-3 pm, Closing Ceremony (Prize draw winner announcement)

Exhibition Hours:

May 1 to June 6, 2015

Monday through Friday: 12–8 pm

Saturday: 12–5 pm

Sunday: Closed

Admission: Free


Address: 2647 Bayview Avenue, Toronto M2L 1B8

All events are free and open to the public. No reservation is required. Refreshments and light appetizers provided at all events.

Presented by the Durdy Bayramov Art Foundation