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Valeryevna Ayupova (Ayudag)

born in 1963

Graduated from Moscow correspondence University of arts in 1991 and Since 1997 a member of the Association of artists of Thurstan. 5 years worked as a teacher EVERY 4 years – the head of the fine arts Studio. Since 2002 – Chairman of the Kazan branch of the Professional Union of artists of the CIS (center – Moscow), member of the Union of journalists of Tajikistan and the International Confederation of journalists. Since 2004 – member of Union of Russian writers.

The author and artist of 18 books. Editor and artist of the most popular since 2000 Russian-language books for children in the Republic of Tatarstan – "Children's newspaper". Participant of the inter-Republican, RES-

publikanskih (RT) and city exhibitions (Kazan), the second independent international Biennale of graphics (Saint-Petersburg – July, 2004), International art project "Adam's Rib" Yelabuga state Museum reserve ( Republic of Tatarstan, Yelabuga, 2009),

international festival “Internet-illustration” at the Zurab Tsereteli gallery, the Russian Academy of arts and the Moscow Museum of modern art ( Moscow, 2009).

Numerous personal exhibitions in Kazan in 1997 in Egypt (Cairo), 2000, 2005, France (Paris), Express exhibition in Germany (Berlin, Reichstag). In October 2008, invited to Moscow as well-known artist and poet in the jury of the competition "the Russian woman - 2008" along with the most prominent artists of Russia. In the framework of the contest were held her solo exhibitions in the concert hall "World", gallery "Art-hotel". One of the gifts to the winner of the "Mrs. Russia-2008" was the picture of Lada Ayudag.

Favorite genre – a portrait. Works are in the International Academy of Graphics

(Saint-Petersburg), Museum of Elabuga, private collections and the official represen-wah, CIS, France, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Sweden.

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