Born in 1972, Ildar works in development of electronic commerce in Uzbekistan. He became interested in photography in 2012. Ildar is a street photographer and shoots mostly in black and white. He loves to experiment and does not follow the clichés. His creative hallmark are unusual compositions and light and shadow play. He has participated in many international exhibitions and photo contests, also as a member of jury. Ildar has collaborated with National Geographics and ORT Channel 1 (Russia).
Mashud Tokhtaev was among the first Uzbekistan artists that started to ‘speak the language’ of surrealism in his artworks. Tohtaev has experimented a lot with different art styles and techniques throughout his carrier. In 1970s he was engaged in miniature. Then he became interested and explored the art of Salvador Dali. In 1980s, he assimilated the aerography technique and achieved the photographic effect by spraying paint. He often applied the collage method in his artworks. The most common image in the works of Tohtaev is a quince - a symbol of love and beauty.
Inna was born in Tashkent in 1976. “Inna Sandler is a versatile artist. She paints portraits, illustrates books, creates marvelous graphic works, develops works out the design of printing, makes video installations and works of public-art style,” – the Uzbekistan media writes about the artist. Towns County Herald, the USA newspaper, points out the following: “Her works are unique, very personal and sensual”.
Born in Gulistan in Uzbekistan in 1986, Sanjar has studied at the National Institute of Arts and Design at the department of Industrial Design. A great impulse to his artistic development and carrier, he admits, has been given by Gerkhard Rikhter’s exhibition in Tashkent. Gerkhard Rikhter is a German visual artist and abstractionist that has introduced the term “capitalist realism” during the height of the Soviet “social realism”. Sandzhar has a special way to depicting a female image: “Almost all women are faceless in my works. I still wonder what woman is and who is she?”
Gayrat was born in 1980 in Tashkent. The artist works in various styles - painting, graphics, installations, video art. His works are exhibited in museums of Europe and Asia. His creativity is distinguished by originality, original color schemes of paintings, a bold combination of elements of oriental culture and modern visual techniques.
As the author himself says about his work, “In the search for solutions and experiments in painting, an idea was born from which I entered a new creative period. Combining cold spectral colors with warm and dark with light colors, I discovered the “Negative Positive Effect”.
Ernest was born in the Kibrai district in Tashkent in 1974. He intended to become a musician - played a piano and accordion, graduated from the music school, and studied saxophone at the Institute of Culture. Nevertheless, Ernest become engaged in photography, and now he is a well-known photo artist in Uzbekistan. The book “10 Reasons to Visit Uzbekistan”, that features his photos, was presented to the Queen Elizabeth II. “A photograph allows capturing, prolonging, to some extent even rekindling cultural elements,” – Kurtveliev states.
Born in 1993, Eldos works as an illustrator, painter and a graphic designer. He recalls that while studying at the Institute of Arts, he was a typical representative of a mainstream art. One day, however, with the help of his friend he discovered a graphic art. “From that moment on, the only thing I could think of, was ‘digital’”, explains Eldos. “If previously, following the traditional path, I had to make some sketches, choose a format, tune a frame and tighten a canvas before starting to paint, than now the only thing a digital art requires is to create a new file. That’s all! You can begin creating a masterpiece,” he adds.
Jakhongir was born in Bukhara in 1996.
“I paint without any primer, a paint is lightly seeping through a canvas,” explains Jakhongir about the painting “Appearance”, presented at the exhibition www.12symbols.uz. “Starting to work with this canvas, I laid out a material, applied a paint. When I came the following day, there was nothing on it. There were just several spots left. Then I turned the canvas backwards and saw what I needed. Therefore, I decided to show this specific artwork from both sides. It was something new and interesting for me personally”, point out the artist.
Born in Tashkent in 1958, Gafur Kadirov is the National Artist of Uzbekistan. His artworks have been featured in the exhibitions in Paris, London and Amsterdam, USA, Korea, Singapore and many other countries. His art surprisingly conveys the atmosphere of the East, combining the depth of traditions of past centuries and the modern perspective, at the same time.
Bayat Mukhtarov was born in Andijan in 1946. He was engaged in boxing in youth, became the master of Eastern martial arts, worked as exploration geologist and travelled extensively in Uzbekistan. He graduated from the Art Institute of Tashkent, specializing on the monumental decorative plastics at the age of 33. Nowadays, Bayat Muhtarov has left a legacy as outstanding sculptor and painter of the avant-garde in Uzbekistan. “My works have no logics, everything is intuitive. It is an emanation of my spirit that is revealed in any material,” the artist has told. In Uzbekistan he was the first who applied performance and happening in his art.
Has been born in Tashkent in 1965. His works take place in the private collections from
the USA and Argentina up to China and New Zealand. Moreover, concerning his “art
geography”, Bobur himself told the following at the interview (nuz.uz): “I do not
experience emotions about the fact that I am the Uzbek painter or the artist of the
worldwide artistic process. The artist should just paint; he does not have to realize
himself in certain status – that is an extreme case, which would mean “to reach the
limit and fall as a saving thread ripe apple”. These are the words of a philosopher,
poet and painter Dzhebran Khalil in his parables”.
Jamol was born in Tashkent in 1961. His art is lyrical, he employs multiple forms of artistic expression and his installations often become a continuation of the painting. The art of Usmanov, inspired by the Eastern medieval poetry of Rumi, Nawai, Nizami, is full of references to the Sufi philosophy. Sufis have used a self-analysis as a method to unite with God. The painting of Usmanov, filled with harmony of shapes and colours, suggest a viewer to get teleported to its own world of fantasies.
Has been born in Kokand in 1995. The young painter recognizes that he draws on the
inspiration of the art of Caravaggio, Van Gogh, Damien Hirst. Sardor experiments, uses
different trends, including the photo art technique, when paints are applied above a
photograph. “The art is a fairy illusion of all those wonderful and stronge human
feelings that we experience inside us,” – Erkinov tells.
Has been born in Ferghana in 1962. Poetry and art, textile and structures made of metal
– Useinov creates in the very different trends and techniques. He repeatedly exhibited
his works not only in Uzbekistan, though abroad either – in Russia, Italy, India and the
USA. Not without reason his painting “On the Territory of the Sky” has taken a place at
one of the best collections of Europe, acquired at the broadly known auction house
Sotheby’s (London) in 2014.
Timur Ernst Akhmedov
Has been born in Tashkent in 1968. His works are philosophical and observing. The art
that echoes meditation. Elegant colour combinations in his paintings awaken the
spiritual. “Perhaps, during the working process, I call upon some distinctive images,
but if they do not come, everything remains in an abstract form,” – Timur Akhmedov
Bobur Ismailov is an artist, philosopher, illustrator, accomplished theatre artist, respected teacher and author of many successful creative projects both in Uzbekistan and abroad. Since 1993 he has been regular participant of national and international exhibitions. “There is a mark of the theatrical education in my paintings. Above all, I am interested in a human being. Either it is an actor on the stage, or an image on a painting,” explains the artist.
Has been born in 1986. He has started his path from the art of woodcarving, and then has
developed himself in painting. Nuritdin is characterized as a modern painter,
“gravitating towards non-objective painting, playing with colour masses”. He combines
various art forms in his creating: his installation “The Value of Time” has been marked
with the gold medal of the 8th Tashkent International Biennale of the Modern Art.
The master of a landscape photography that shows a wonderful nature and historical
places of Uzbekistan, transferring their spirit. Khamdam catches statics, dynamics and
metamorphoses, and reflects them in his compositions. He is interested in the traditions
of the craft: recently the works of Sharakhmedov were presented at the exhibition “The
Lullaby under the Moonlight”, dedicated to a national Uzbek lullaby beshyk.
Has been born in Tashkent in 1994. A young seeking painter, whose exhibition “She” has
become a monologue of love. “To look for means to foresee something more,” – Iokub
tells. – “It is like to touch the love and find her. She…! The love is revealed under
the impact of a material image”.
Viktor An, born in 1947, is a renowned Uzbekistan photographer. During the 1980s he was engaged working for different media outlets.
Nowadays Viktor An is a member of the Artists Union of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan. His photo artworks have been featured in numerous photo exhibitions world-wide. “The breath of photography is more important for me than its structure,” notes the artist.
Timur Ernst Akhmedov
Salvador Domingo Felipe Xasinto Dali va Domenek, markiz Dali de Pubol (1904 - 1989) ispaniyalik syurrealist-rassom bo’lib, o’zining texnik mahorati, rasm chizish bo’yicha aniq mahorati va o’z asarida g’aroyib va ga'yriodatiy tasvirlarni aks ettirishi bilan mashhur. Dalining badiiy repertuariga rasm, grafika, kino, haykaltaroshlik, dizayn va fotosurat kiradi va bularning ba’zilarini boshqa san'at turlari bilan birlashtirib yaratgan. Shuningdek, u badiiy adabiyot, she’rlar, avtobiografiya, ocherklar va tanqidlar yozgan. Uning ishidagi asosiy mavzular tushlar, ong osti tushunchalari, shahvoniylik, din, ilm va uning eng yaqin shaxsiy aloqalarini o’z ichiga olgan.
Rene Francois Gilen Magritte (1898–1967) - Belgian artist, representative of surrealism . The artist became famous thanks to the creation of a number of witty and thought-provoking paintings. Usually depicting standard objects in an unusual context, his work is famous for challenging a previously conditioned perception of the observer's reality. His imagery was reflected in the popular, minimalist and conceptual art.
Giorgio de Chirico
Giorgio de Chirico (1888 - 1978) - Italian artist and writer, he was born in Greece. Before the First World War, he founded the movement of metaphysical painting, which deeply influenced the surrealists. His most famous works often highlight the Roman arcades, long shadows, mannequins, trams and illogical perspectives. His imagery reflects his proximity to Nietzsche's philosophy and Greek mythology.
Sir John Everett Millais
Sir John Everett Millet, 1st Chancellor, (1829 - 1896) - English illustrator and artist who was one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. He was a gifted child who, at the age of 11 he became the youngest student entered the Royal Academy School. The Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood was founded at his family's house in London, on Hoover Street, 83 (now number 7). Millet became the most famous representative of the style: it is worth to highlight painting Christ in the parental home (1849-50), causing a certain contradiction, and he also created a picture of Ophelia (1851-52), which could serve as the embodiment of the historical and naturalistic center of the group.
Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881 - 1973) is a Spanish artist, sculptor, engraver, ceramist and theater artist who spent most of his adult life in France. Recognized as one of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, he was known as a co-founder of the Cubist movement, the invention of builded sculpture, co-author of the invention of the collage and a wide variety of styles that he helped to develop and explore.
Among his famous works are the paintings of the Avignon Devies (1907), it considered that Cubism has began due to this work, and Guernica (1937), which is a dramatic depiction of the bombing of Guernica by the German and Italian air forces during the Civil War in Spain.
Man Ray (birth name is Emmanuel Radnitsky; 1890 - 1976) is an American visual artist who spent most of his career in Paris. He made a significant contribution to the movements of Dada and Surrealism. He created major works in various mass media, but primarily considered himself as an artist. He is well known for his career as a photographer, he was famous as a fashion and portrait photographer. Man Ray also stood out for his work with photograms, which he called “rayograms,” referring to himself.
Gustav Klimt (1862 - 1918) is an Austrian artist, a representative of symbolism and one of the most significant participants in the Vienna Secession movement. Klimt is known for his paintings, murals, sketches and other objects of art.
The basis of Klimt's theme was the female body. His works are distinguished by frank erotica. In addition to his subject works, which include allegories and portraits, he painted landscapes. Among the artists of the Vienna Secession, Klimt was distinctively influenced by Japanese art and its methods.
Max Ernst (1891 - 1976) - German (naturalized American in 1948 and French in 1958) artist, sculptor, graphic artist and poet. The successful artist Ernst was a pioneer in the movement of Dadaism and Surrealism. He did not undergo formal art education, but his experimental attitude towards the creation of art led to the invention of frotting - the technique of pencil drawings as a source of images - and grattage. He is also known for collage novels.
Vincent van Gogh
Vincent Willem van Gogh (1853 - 1890) is a Danish post-impressionist artist, one of the most famous and influential personalities in the history of Western art. In one decade, he created about 2,100 works of art, including 860 works of oil painting, most of which date back to the last two years of his life. He was not commercially successful, and his suicide on the 37th year of life occurred after many years of mental illness, depression and poverty.
Gunar Binde was born in 1933. He is a Latvian professional photo artist, a member of the Latvian Association of Professional Photographers, also a member of the Union of Latvian Photo Artists and the Riga Photo Club.
In his art he moves towards the genres of black-and-white portrait, nature morte (still life), landscape and nudity. The most famous portrait of the director Eduard Smilgis, who received an award at a photo exhibition in Argentina in 1966. Moreover, he authored the films “Hello, Moscow” (1966), “Do it Yourself” (1967) and “Salute” (1975).
Piet Mondrian (1872-1944)
Peter Cornelis Mondrian, from 1906 Pete Mondrian (1872 - 1944), is a Danish artist and theorist who is considered to be one of the great artists of the twentieth century. He is known as one of the pioneers of abstract art of the twentieth century, as he changed his artistic direction from figurative art to an increasingly abstract style, but soon reached the point where his art dictionary was reduced to simple geometric shapes.
Joan Miro (1893-1983)
Joan Miró and Ferrat (1893 - 1983) - Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramist. Having received international recognition, his work is attributed to surrealism. In numerous interviews dating from the 30s of the twentieth century, Miro expressed contempt for the usual methods of painting, as a way to support bourgeois society, and declared “the killing of painting” in the interest of violating the visual element of established painting.
Giorgio de Chirico
Sir John Everett Millais
Vincent van Gogh
Alexander Volkov (1886-1957)
Painter, graphic artist, theater artist. The author of genre and thematic paintings,
portraits, landscapes, still lifes, abstract compositions. He studied at the Faculty of
Natural Sciences of St. Petersburg University (1906-1908). Since 1907 he attended the
private studio of D. Bartinker in St. Petersburg. He studied at the Higher Art School at
the Academy of Arts (1908-1911) under V. Makovsky, at the private school of M.
Bernshtein (1910-1912) under N. Roerich, I. Sherwood, at the Kiev Art College
(1912-1916) under the direction of F. Krichevsky. He was influenced by M.A. Vrubel.
Participant of exhibitions since 1920.
Member of associations and participant of exhibitions AARR (Artists Association of
Revolutionary Russia), AAR (Artists Association of Russia) (since 1927), “Masters of the
New East” (since 1928), Tashkent Association ARIZO (since 1930). He was the organizer of
the “Volkov crew”, which brought together a number of artists from Uzbekistan.
Viktor An, born in 1947 is a renowned Uzbekistan photographer. During 80 he worked in different media outlets. Nowadays Viktor An is a member of the Artists Union of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan. His photo artworks have been featured in numerous photo exhibitions world-wide. “The breath of photography is more important for me than its structure,” notes the artist.
Mikhail Kurzin (1888-1957)
In 1904-1907 he studied at the Kazan Art College, in 1908 - at Moscow School of
Painting, Sculpture and Architecture. From 1910 to 1912 he was a student Of the private
workshop of M. Bernshtein in St. Petersburg.
In autumn 1919 made a trip to China. In 1921 he taught at Vhutemas. In 1922, Kurzin,
together with E. Korovay, went to the Crimea, to Simferopol, from there in 1923 he moved
to Tashkent. He worked at the opera and ballet theater, newspapers, and taught In
In 1927, Kurzin was one of the organizers of the group of artists “Masters of the New
East”. In 1936, Kurzin was arrested and sentenced to 5 years to prison and three years
of loss of rights.
Kurzin was accused of a hostile attitude towards the Soviet authority, expressing
terrorist intentions against Stalin, anti-Soviet agitation .. At the end of 1945, Kurzin
arrived to Bukhara. In 1948, for an unauthorized departure to Tashkent, Kurzin was again
arrested on charges of anti-Soviet activity and sent to the Krasnoyarsk Region.
Vasiliy Lysenko (1899-1970s)
Born in January 1899 in the village of Sosnovka, Bryansk Region (Belarus) in a peasant
family. V. Lysenko moved to Tashkent in 1922. Since 1924 enters into a circle of
contacts with prominent artists of Uzbekistan A. Volkov, M. Kurzin, N. Karakhan, U.
Tansykbaev, V. Markova. Engaged in the art studio of the railway club named Kafanov.
After studying at the art school of Leningrad, he entered in 1925 to Inhuk. Studying
lasted until 1929. But Lysenko did not finish his education and went to Dnepropetrovsk.
In the middle of 1930. returned to Tashkent. He worked as an artist in the Museum of the
Revolution and the railway club, Tashkent, painted the scenery. In 1935 arrested and
sentenced to 6 years in camps for counter-revolutionary anti-Soviet activities.
Valentina Markova (1907-1941)
In 1920-1922 she attended a private school of art by the artist Nadolskaya in Barnaul.
Here she met with M. Kurzin and E. Korovay. In 1926, like many artists, she went to
Central Asia, where she lived for ten years.
Exactly in Central Asia that Markova succeed as as an artist, found her way in art, but
at the same time she was in constant search. In 1927, Markova joined the group “Masters
of the New East”. In her works, Markova invariably turned to the works of masters of the
past - the Italian Renaissance, French, German, and English romanticism. Unfortunately,
the life of this talented artist was short - in the fall of 1941, in Leningrad, she
Alexander Nikolaev (Usto-Mumin) (1897-1957)
In 1908-1916, Alexander Nikolaev studied in the Sumy Cadet Corps near Poltava, then in
the Ulan Corps in Tver. In 1918 he visited the studio of the artist A. Buchkuri in
Voronezh. In 1919 he continued his artistic education in the II State Free Art Studios
at K. Malevich. Same year he was mobilized to the navy.
After demobilization in 1920, Nikolaev was sent to Tashkent under the mandate of the
TurkCEC commission to strengthen and develop culture and art in Central Asia. While
working as the chief artist of the Uzbek Pavilion at the AUAE (All-Union Agricultural
Exhibition) in Moscow in 1938, Nikolaev was unexpectedly arrested and imprisoned. But
already in 1943 Nikolaev received the Certificate of Honor from the Central Executive
Committee of the Uzbek SSR for his participation in the creation of the Uyghur Theater.
In subsequent years of life, A. Nikolayev conducted active creative and public work.
Oganes Tatevosyan (1889-1974)
In 1908 he entered the Tiflis Art College. In 1910-1917 he studied at the Moscow School
of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture with K. Korovin, then at VKHUTEMAS (1921-1927).
Since 1917, the artist lived in Samarkand. He was close to A. Nikolayev, V. Ufimtsev.
One of the organizers of the “Samarkand Commune” school (1918) and the School of
Painting and Sculpture in Yerevan (1921). In 1918-1919, Tatevosyan took an active part
in the decoration of Samarkand for revolutionary festivities.
He was the author of colorful propaganda panels. Since 1932, Tatevosyan lived in
Tashkent. In 1937, Tatevosyan worked as the chief artist of Uzbekistan pavilion at the
All-Union Exhibition in Moscow. Participant of exhibitions since 1912. In 1966,
Tatevosyan moved to Moscow.
Wassily Kandinsky (1866 - 1944)
Wassily Kandinsky is considered as the founder of abstract art. Kandinsky received his
initial art education as a child, but then chose a career as a lawyer. He made the final
decision to become an artist after he saw a picture of Claude Mone at one of the
exhibitions. He studied painting, and then taught in Munich.
He became one of the founders of the famous “Blue Horseman” art group. Participated in
the First Exhibition of Russian Art in Germany. In Berlin, Wassily Kandinsky began to
teach painting, and in the summer of 1922 he worked at the Bauhaus, becoming school
prominent theoretician. In the interwar period, Kandinsky received worldwide recognition
as one of the leaders of abstract art.
Samuel Rubashkin (1906-1975)
Born in Vitebsk. After the 1917 revolution, the family moved to Moscow. In 1927,
Rubashkin graduated from the camera faculty of VGIK. He worked at film studios of the
country. He participated in the filming of feature films. He began painting in 1959.
Without a special education, Rubashkin independently mastered the secrets of fine art.
The drawing and narrative that brought him closer to the "primitivists" were just a way
to convey concrete life impressions. The name of the artist is included in the World
Encyclopedia of Naive Art.
Arkady Stavrovsky (1903-1980)
Graduated from I Moscow State University, Department of Theory and History of Arts. At
the same time studying at the university he was engaged in painting in various studios,
but mainly in the Lentulov studio. He served in the navy. Since 1926 he worked as an
artist in publishing houses and under contracts. Participated in exhibitions of the
society "Being", AHRR. During the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945) Stavrovsky was again
drafted to the navy. After demobilization, he worked under contracts at the Moscow
Association of Artists, performed a number of monumental murals in Tambov and Zlatoust
for the palaces of culture.
Alexander Sardan (Baranov) (1901 -1974)
Alexander Sardan was an artist, composer, musician, film director, teacher. His first pencil drawings were made in early 1920s, when the future artist decided to convey musical sounds in paints: “The music of sounds is virtually dynamical in time, and the music in paints catches and conveys this dynamics in space”. Sardan was interested not only in the matters of culture, but also such sciences as physics, astronomy, geology and psychology. He was a member of “Amaravella” - a group of young artists active between 1923 and 1928 that explored creative concepts of cosmic harmony.
NATTA KONYSHEVA (b. 1935)
The artist, a member of the Moscow Union of Artists, a bright
representative of the "Soviet avant-garde." She studied at the Moscow Polygraphic
Institute (graduating in 1959) with E. Belyutin and I. Chekmazov. For a long time she
worked as an illustrator, while participating in apartment exhibitions. Konysheva's
works are stored in the collections of the Tretyakov Gallery, the Russian Museum and
other large assemblages. The artist’s solo exhibitions were held several times in Russia
and in France.
Ivan Klyun (1873-1943)
Ivan Vasilievich Klyun (real name - Klyunkov) is a Russian
avant-garde artist, art theorist, a vivid representative of several latest trends,
including Suprematism, a special branch of Russian abstract art in the first half of the
George Stenberg (1890-1933)
Designer of buildings and city squares, architect, theater artist, poster artist, master
of book design.
In 1912-1917 he studied at the Stroganov School of Industrial Art in Moscow with V. E.
Egorov, P. V. Kuznetsov, and A. S. Yanov. In 1918-1920 he studied at the First State
Free Art Workshops (GSHM), in the workshop of G. B. Yakulov.
Since 1919 he participated in exhibitions of the Society of Young Artists (OBOZHU) in
Moscow, where he exhibited flower designs, glass and metal structures, industrial
models, and poster designs.
Amshey Nuremberg (1887-1979)
Russian and Ukrainian avant-garde artist, graphic artist, one of the cohort of “Odessa
Parisians”, art critic, professor of the history of Western painting at VKHUTEMAS. He
studied at the Odessa Art College and the Julian Academy in Paris, sharing the same
workshop with Marc Chagall. In 1913 he returned to Odessa, where he headed the Society
of Independent Artists. Since 1923 he lived in Moscow, worked in the windows of ROSTA
with V.V. Mayakovsky.
Varvara Stepanova (1894-1958)
Russian artist, designer and painter, fashion designer and polygraphist, a bright
representative of the Moscow avant-garde, in particular, constructivism, poet, wife and
associate of Alexander Rodchenko. Varvara Stepanova was born in Lithuania in the city of
Kovno on November 5, 1894.
In 1910-1913, Stepanova studied at the Kazan Art School, where she met her future
husband, artist Alexander Rodchenko. It was exhibited and printed under the pseudonym
Warst. As one of the five main “Amazons of the Russian avant-garde” actively created a
new world through art.
Max Penson (1893-1959)
Famous Uzbek photographer, photojournalist of the newspaper "Pravda Vostoka" and the
All-Union News Agency TASS.
His most famous photo is the portrait of the “Uzbek Madonna”, who received the highest
award at the World Exhibition in Paris in 1937, depicts a liberated Muslim woman, who
took off her veil and breastfeeds her baby.
In 1949, he was forbidden to continue working as a photojournalist. On this, his work as
a public photographer, was terminated.
Nikolay Karakhan (1900 -1970)
In childhood, he moved to Turkestan from Nagorno-Karabakh with his parents. While
studying at school he drew a lot. This hobby led him to the Tashkent Art College
(1918-1921). In 1921 he was drafted into the Red Army, where he worked almost all the
time as an artist. Demobilized, Karakhan teaches painting at the Turkmen Pedagogical
College (1925-1934), then leads painting at the Tashkent Art College (1934-1941).
Artists from Uzbekistan State Collections
Alexander Sardan (Baranov)
Alexander Nikolaev (Usto Mumin)
About the Exhibition
Ambassador of the European Union to the Republic
Art Curator. Founder of Bonum Factum Gallery
Deputy Minister of Culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan