The association IADA will present artists from the kazakh scene, in the Marker Section, which turns its focus to Central Asia and the Caucasus/
Curated by the artists Slavs and Tatars, this themed series of exhibitions and educational initiatives includes gallery booth exhibitions, talks, research projects and commissioned artists’ projects.
At the fair, Marker takes the form of a chaikhaneh or Eurasian (tea) salon, to activate each work as a point of departure...
The artists presented by IADA are Askhat Akhmediarov, Bakhyt Bubicanova and Kamilla Gabdullina.
IADA (International Art Development Association) is founded by Dina Baitassova, Indira Dyussevayeva and Laurent Lehmann. In 2013, with exhibitions in Vienna, Venice or Almaty, they offer an international showcase for contemporary kazakh artists.
In 2014, IADA continues its supporting action and keep the dialog open with collectors, curators and art market professionals.
KAZAKHSTAN ART TODAY
Kazakhstan as one of the largest countries of Central Asia attracts a lot of attention. After twenty years of independence the idea about our country still remains vague and intangible. The same perception also applies to contemporary art of Kazakhstan.
The perception is the same with regard to contemporary art of Kazakhstan, while the cultural and artistic life is very intense and many events will develop, through infrastructure and diverse manifestations and especially talented artists a strong personality, who speak both nationally and internationally.
IADA helps to structure an artistic platform for the art of Kazakhstan called to become entrenched in the global cultural landscape. Wide scale events such as the Venice Biennale or ViennaFair, can amplify the impact of Kazakh art today.