An exhibition that features over 200 best works of decorative and applied arts by 40 Crimean artists is displayed at the House of Artists in Simferopol as part of the long-term project “Crimean Style.” The exhibition was initiated by the author and curator of the project, famous Crimean Tatar artist Mamut Churlu and supported by the Crimean branch of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
“It is the first time such a large exhibition has been held in Simferopol. We have tried to systematically present all kinds of decorative and applied arts in order to show the variety and uniqueness of Crimean arts and crafts,” Churlu said. According to him, the works displayed at the exhibition are unique due to their high artistic level and wide variety of materials, genres, and techniques.
Churlu explained that the Crimean Style project is a whole trend in decorative and applied arts, aimed at creating a modern product based on the traditional Crimean Tatar culture, from souvenirs to the national cuisine, interior design, and architectural objects.