Biography and informationEdit
Honored worker of culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan. Awarded the Order of the Republic of Uzbekistan "Mekhnat shukhrati".
Awarded a Silver medal of Academy of arts of Uzbekistan.
Artist books, artist-Illustrator and an animator.
The author of illustrations to the Arabian fairy tale "Magic lamp of Aladdin" or "Ali Baba and the forty thieves", Uzbek folk tale "the Five girls" and the book-toy "Daughter-clever". Worked as art Director of the animated film "About the history of Islam." He took an active part in the development of symbolism of the Republic of Uzbekistan, developed the passport of the Republic of Uzbekistan.
His books are published with a circulation of more than five million copies and many of them have become a rarity, and easel works and illustrations were exhibited in many exhibitions in the CIS countries and abroad, including Spain, Germany, Korea, USA, India, Finland and other countries.
His works are in the collections of the State Museum of arts of Uzbekistan, Museum of modern art in Moscow, in the Olympic Museum in Lausanne (Switzerland), in the collections of the J. A. Samaranch, President of the Foundation Adenauer, the Ambassador of Japan in Uzbekistan, Directorate of art exhibitions of the Ministry of culture of the Republic of Uzbekistan, in the collection of the Union of artists of Uzbekistan, in private collections the USA, Germany, India, the UK, Sweden, Finland and other countries.
(From the article of art critic N. In. Koblova)