Mexican artist's "Symphony of Color" personal exhibition opens in Baku

Baku, June 11, AZERTAC

The personal exhibition “Symphony of Color” of the Mexican artist Margaret Morales opened in the National Art Museum of Azerbaijan. The event is dedicated to the opening of the Embassy of the United Mexican States.

Speaking at the event Sevda Mammadaliyeva, Azerbaijan's Deputy Minister of Culture and Tourism, highlighted the opening of the exhibition on the eve of crucial importance in the history of Azerbaijan and Europe. Emphasizing the existing relations between the two countries, Mrs. S. Mammadaliyeva said that, the opening of the new Mexican embassy would contribute to the further strengthening of bilateral relations.

Recalling the Days of Azerbaijani Culture held in Mexico, a few years ago, the Deputy Minister said that cultural cooperation between the two countries would further expand. She also stressed that one of the centrals square of Mexico named after the national leader Heydar Aliyev is the most obvious example of friendly relations between the two countries.

Mexican Ambassador to Azerbaijan Juan Rodrigo Labardini Flores expressed his gratitude for the organization of the exhibition to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism and leadership of the National Art Museum. The Ambassador said that cultural leaders and such events play important role in the strengthening of ties between the two countries.

Speaking at the event, Mexican artist Margaret Morales spoke of her first visit to Azerbaijan, acquaintance of national art samples.

“Pictures of flowers dominate in my paintings. I think that, Azerbaijan hosting the first European Games, suits flowers. I am honored to be here and I will attend the opening ceremony of the first European Games”, the artist added.

Then, the participants got acquainted with the works of art.

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