Museum of Fine Arts, Bishkek
Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Peruse artworks that shed light on the history and culture of the country at Museum of Fine Arts. Built in 1974 and containing some 17,500 individual works, the museum covers an array of disciplines, from embroidered folk art through sculpture, painted landscapes, portraits, and snapshots. Exploring the galleries, you can expect to gain an insight into the country's way of life through the ages. Plan your visit to Museum of Fine Arts and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Bishkek trip itinerary planner.
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The Museum is interesting because it combines art from the Soviet period with post independence. Definitely worth a visit1
The Fine Arts Museum stands out from other cultural Bishkek locations. Sure, the building could be in a better shape, same counts for the insight lightning, but overall the presented art work is great... read more »
I've been here twice in the last three years. The Museum of Fine Arts is like any other cultural place in today's Bishkek: old, beaten up, and on its last leg. Of course one has to take into considera... read more »
The most famous if not the only one art museum where you can see installations and paintings of kyrgyz artists.
Михаил ЕфименкоIt's time to change personnel to repair and expand the course for young people. A very conservative place.show original
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