The Nur Alem Sphere – the Museum of the Future EXPO 2017
The Nur Alem Sphere – the Museum of the Future EXPO 2017
Contemporary art collection | Congress Centre EXPO 2017
Contemporary art collection | Congress Centre EXPO 2017
Contemporary art collection | The St. Regis Astana
Contemporary art collection | The St. Regis Astana
Contemporary art collection |The Ritz-Carlton Astana
Contemporary art collection |The Ritz-Carlton Astana
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
Askhat Akhmediyarov’s exhibition The Singular. The Plural | The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Askhat Akhmediyarov’s exhibition The Singular. The Plural | The National Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Contemporary art collection | Arte di Casa, Almaty
Contemporary art collection | Arte di Casa, Almaty

In 2016, the world-known digital artist Jean-François Rauzier visited Kazakhstan at the invitation of the Sembol company.

Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance

Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 
 
 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 

He masterly combines and skilfully edits photographs by superimposing and transforming them into unique digital labyrinths inspired by such cities as Versailles, Istanbul, Barcelona, Brazil, Baku and many others.

 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance

In particular, he was surprised and inspired by Astana with its daring architecture. From these impressions emerged the Hyper Astana project, which involved Artios.

The project featured an exhibition, performance and presentations.

 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
 
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance
Jean-François Rauzier’s exhibition Hyper Astana| The Palace of Peace and Concordance