On the street of Tashkent, 43a the art gallery “Happy Bird” is waiting for its visitors. Here you can see not only the exhibitions of local artists, but with foreign authors. Guests who visited the gallery building, not once noticed what a cozy atmosphere reigns within its walls. Unique and the building on the square of which the gallery is located is an old building of the caravan-shed of the century of the departed.
Entering the room, you find yourself in a slightly informal interior, which surprises with its beauty and hospitality – variegated ceramics in green-brown tones, rugs of unsurpassed handwork, amazing pictures, graceful figurines and ancient ornaments – all together and pays that unique atmosphere, enjoy which takes a lot of time. The art critic Elena Ladik, who is the leader of all this charm, willingly greets the guests, like a hospitable hostess, transferring them to the world of interesting and unexplored.
Delighted visitors have long given the art gallery its name – the cave of Ali Baba. This emphasizes the wealth that is stored in the walls of the building for decades. Very symbolic are the exposed rows of paintings by old craftsmen, as well as contemporary artists, while emphasizing the unrivaled uniqueness of each work.
Elena Ladik often repeats the guests of the gallery that in art one must appreciate its naturalness, something that is so lacking in the modern world, where synthetic surrogates are made literally for all spheres of life. Items that are presented in the gallery, you can buy, but this is not the main direction of the “Happy Bird”. Feeling of joy and harmony – these are the feelings that the organizers of the gallery are eager to share. Call – (+99 866) 233 15 48, (+99 893) 720 42 15.