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Jamilya Hajiyeva Art, Exhibitions

Jamilya Hajiyeva

15-17 September


Museum Cenre / Gallery for Exhibitions
(4th floor)

​Jamilya Hajiyeva Exhibition 15-17 September

On September 15th at 7:00 PM, the Art Gallery of the Museum Center will host the opening of a solo exhibition by artist Jamila Hajiyeva titled "Septem." The exhibition will feature 39 paintings. The artist's work is dedicated to the unique charm of old rural settlements, the alluring beauty of nature, and humanity. Here, you'll find landscapes, still lifes, and beloved flowers. Drawing from classical realism and Impressionism, Jamila creates serene rural landscapes that transcend aesthetics, fostering a spiritual connection and inner tranquility.

Inspired by the concept of "Elysium" - a pure, untouched natural paradise - Jamila's works invite viewers to embark on a journey away from urban chaos, immersing themselves in the harmony, purity, and distinctiveness of nature. Strongly believing in the transformative power of art, Jamila doesn't merely paint scenes; she crafts an experience, evokes emotions, and shares a piece of her soul. Her paintings are more than just visual representations; they're love letters to the world of nature, expressions of her life philosophy, and invitations for each person to find their true home in the heart of nature.


September 15, 2023, at 7:00 PM (invitation-only entry)

Exhibition Opening:
Exhibition Dates:

September 16-17, 2023 from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM (free entry)


Baku, Neftchilar Avenue 49, Museum Center, Art Gallery (4th floor)


+99412 493 58 83, +99450 273 21 80

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Jamilya Hajiyeva

Jamilya, a painter dedicated to the exploration and celebration of nature, creates evocative works steeped in classical realism and impressionism, capturing the inherent tranquillity of the rural landscape.


Her canvas extends beyond mere aesthetics, delving into the realm of spiritual connection and inner peace. Her work serves as an invitation to embark on a journey away from the urban clamor, towards the elemental simplicity of what she regards as ‘Home'.

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