Elchin Hami Akhundov and the History of Azerbaijani Animation
From Soviet-era studios to modern flash animation with special needs students
When Stone Comes to Life
Azerbaijani sculptor Fazil Najafov shares about his inspirations and struggles as an artist
Bringing Azerbaijani Animation to Life
Rashid Aghamaliyev is currently studying production in the Film and TV School of Academy of Performing Arts in Prague.
The Black-and-White Prose of Akif Agayev
Akif Agayev isn’t around anymore, but his photos are. And here is one of them. In it is a middle-aged man.
Arif Aziz Edition Unveiled at London Fashion Week
Arif Aziz – currently in his 75th year – ranks amongst the most internationally respected contemporary Azerbaijani artists.
Rauf Janibekov: A Surgeon Born to be an Artist
There are paintings that have a certain aura to them, the kind that compels your attention to linger on them, to remember them.
Daniela Perera: A Cut Above and Beyond
I was born in Cuba, in Havana in 1991; my mum says I have been drawing all my life.
Ever since I was a child, I have always heard that Baku in the 60s and 70s was a cultural hub where literature, poetry, art and music were at the
THE KALEIDOSCOPIC WORLD OF MINABI
It’s true what they say about catchy names that just stay in your mind, compelling you to find out more about their enigmatic owners.
HONOURED ARTIST ISMAYIL MAMMADOV
Last December, Azerbaijan lost a fine artist and Visions a great friend and illustrator. We featured one of Ismayil’s paintings on the cover of