Personal exhibition of the Dutch artist Ronald Kleier starts in Tashkent
Tashkent, Uzbekistan (UzDaily.com) -- With the support of Beeline Uzbekistan, a large-scale personal exhibition of the Dutch artist Ronald Kleier has opened in Tashkent. The main idea of the exposition, which presents portraits of the inhabitants of Uzbekistan, is friendship between countries and peoples.
Ronald Kleier works in Uzbekistan. Over the years of his life in the country, he created more than 1,000 portraits in the technique of realistic oil painting. The artist’s heroes are a variety of people whom he met in Uzbekistan. You can see this gallery of images in the Central Exhibition Hall of the Academy of Arts in Tashkent.
The opening of the personal exhibition of Ronald Kleier became possible thanks to the partnership participation of Beeline Uzbekistan, part of the VEON Group headquartered in Amsterdam.
“Our company is multicultural and multinational, and the connection between Amsterdam and Tashkent is not limited to business. Therefore, we are close to the artistic position of Ronald, who, remaining a citizen of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, enthusiastically studies the life of Uzbekistan, captures ordinary residents of the country on his canvases. These are very talented works that convey the character and mood of a person. I am sure that every visitor to the exhibition will appreciate the skill of the artist and his sincere love for our country,” says Beeline Uzbekistan CEO Andrzej Malinowski.
“The dream of any painter is to show their work to as many viewers as possible. Beeline does not just help fulfill this dream. The exhibition is held in the Central Exhibition Hall at the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan. It was in this Exhibition Hall that my first exhibition was held in 1999, which was dedicated to the "Aral". Thanks to the company for their support! Ronald Kleier says
The work of the artist’s solo exhibition will last until 30 May 2023.