For the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts, artist Pairav Gulov reflected the fight against coronavirus epidemic on canvas with intrinsic expressions

With the rapid spread of COVID 19 caused by new coronavirus, artists continue to draw attention to the pandemic and support the struggle against COVID-19 from a different perspective through their paintings.

The Directorate of Press and Public Relations Office of Near East University released that artist Pairav Gulov reflected his feelings through canvas paintings depicting the time and depth regarding the relationship between the nature and human in order to draw attention to the coronavirus epidemic that caused thousands of death.

In order to raise awareness and foster the public to keep strict to the warnings and measures for the coronavirus, a separate artist continues to share his/her feelings everyday through their artworks for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts.

Who is Pairav Gulov?
He was born in Tajikistan in 1983. In 2006, he graduated from the Painting Department of the Tajikistan State Fine Arts and Design Institute. He works as an artist in the Art Fund workshop of the Republic of Tajikistan and teaches at the State Institute of Fine Arts and Design. He is a member of Tajikistan Artists Union. In 2016, the silver medal of the International Peace Artists Union was given to the artist by the President of the Republic of Tajikistan.

He opened two solo art exhibitions. He also participated in many group exhibitions held in Tajikistan, Russia, China, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan. His works has a distinguished place in private collections in Germany, Turkey, the USA, France, Russia, China, India and other countries.