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Baku’s Museum Center this time hosts an unusual exhibition, as Belarusian artist and journalist Galina Dmitruk presents her new collection of dolls “Bedtime Stories”.

The exhibition organized jointly by the Museum Center and " Kukla” Art Gallery features nine dolls "Denise", "Amina", " Maryam ", "Bella", "Sarah", "Aylin", "Sevil", "Jamila" and "Leah" that takes one into the magic world of the Orient.

A black flower in hairs of "Bella`", golden dress of "Leah", a dreamy look of "Maryam" return the viewers to childhood.

The fancy candles, exquisitely draped fabrics and colorful carpets create a whimsical, fairy tale atmosphere.

Dmitruk, addressing the event, expressed appreciation to the organizers of the exhibition.

"Baku is my lovely city and I am very pleased to present my exhibition here. I have prepared a collection about very strong feelings, true love," she said.

The unique dolls that reflect the mystery of tales through the prism of feminine beauty were presented in Baku for the first time.

The work of Belarusian artist have been displayed at international exhibitions in Russia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Germany, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Spain. Works of the artist are in private collections in many countries.

2016.05.18 / 23:30
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