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The main tendencies of Uzbekistan's painting in the period of independence

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This article is devoted to the analysis of new tendencies in the painting of Uzbekistan since the independence. The pivotal changes which have influenced the development of art process in the Republic, caused by refusal former ideological norms, restoration of historical and cultural continuity and traditional spirituality with nation ideals, conservative attitude to heritage, become apparent. Freedom of artistic expression has become a main principle in art. A new system of ideas comes, leading to the abandonment of past trends replaced by the interest to different areas of twentieth-century modernism. Appeal to the traditions of the people of culture stimulated the new interpretation and understanding of their own history, national and universal values at the present stage of their development, and intensified traditional and innovative artistic concept. The analysis of some pieces which is carried out by the author has shown that such tendencies as realistic, symbolic and metaphorical and conditional and decorative, connected with reference to mythopoetic heritage, to traditional and innovative art concepts developed in the painting of Uzbekistan. The principle of dynamic development in close contact with world art process, when traditions are preserved, encourages the development of major cultural achievements of the past and familiarizing with new modern forms.
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  • Department of Systems and Applications of TV Studios, Faculty of Television Technologies, Tashkent University of Information Technologies named after Muhammad al-Kharizmi, Amir Temur Street 59, Tashkent city, Uzbekistan
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