A. Kasteyev Museum of Arts
There are more than 25 thousand masterpieces of fine art from different eras.
The largest art museum in Kazakhstan is named after Abylkhan Kasteev, a famous artist. It was established in 1935. There are more than 25 thousand masterpieces of fine art, not only from Kazakhstan, but also from Russia, Asia, and Western Europe. There are 14 halls, where 1,500 works of prominent sculptors and painters are displayed: A. Kasteev, K. Telzhanov, A. Stepanov, G. Ismailova, H. Nauryzbayev, and, of course, Sergey Kalmykov, who is considered one of the most important figures of the Russian avant-garde art.
The museum's collection is regularly updated with new works, so every time you come here you will discover something new.