Vision and strategies for researching the history of fine arts in 30 years of independence in Central Asia

  • Sholpan Akbayeva Abai Kazakh National Pedagogical University
  • Mariya Derbisova International Educational Corporation under the Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering
  • Irina Tomina International Educational Corporation under the Kazakh Leading Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering

Resumen

Introduction: In 1991, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, the history of Soviet art should be rewritten. Analysis and historical narration should be carried out by the cultural field of the country, in accordance with the real process – this is the persistent study of the academic circles of Central Asia over the past 30 years of independence. One of the important issues is to find the source of contemporary art in Central Asia and reshape the history of contemporary art in Central Asia. Materials and Methods: The authors outlined the general context of the history of art in Central Asia in the article. In addition, it was considered as part of the history of the art development of the Silk Road, which itself violated the boundaries of the regionalization of cultural identity, as well as necessary to change the knowledge of the history of contemporary art in Central Asia from the “Eurocentric approach” to correspond to historical fact. Results and Discussion: Central Asia has ethnic groups living across borders and has a long history of exchanges along the ancient Silk Road and cultural factors shaped by two-way feedback. Conclusions: The study of the history of contemporary art in Central Asia is of strategic importance with a global historical perspective.

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Publicado
2022-12-01
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Akbayeva, S., Derbisova , M., & Tomina , I. (2022). Vision and strategies for researching the history of fine arts in 30 years of independence in Central Asia. Innovaciencia, 10(1), 1-6. https://doi.org/10.15649/2346075X.2975
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