ISKHAKOV Timur Engelevich( Artist)
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Biography ISKHAKOV Timur Engelevich
Born in 1969 in Uzbekistan.
From 1983 to 1987 he studied at the Tashkent Republican Art College named. PP BENKOVA the department of painting.
. From 1989 to 1990 took a course artistic structuring of space by his father Engel Iskhakova in the Academy "Shaman-Art".
. Since 1992 lives and works in London, studying at the Royal Academy of Arts
. Guinness won an award at the annual exhibition of students of the Academy in 1984
. Collections where works
. Works are in the State Tretyakov Gallery,
. Gallery "Art Nouveau" in Moscow,
. Gallery of Modern Art "Cadogan"
. Gallery geleri Bruton Street in London,
. Meeting Guinness
. private collections graph Plymouth, United Kingdom,
. Count Di Karrabio, etc.
Participation in exhibitions and auctions
1986 Republican exhibition graphics. Tashkent. Uzbekistan;
1986 Second All-Union Exhibition of book illustration. Moscow;
1991-92 Exhibitions in the World Trade Center "Olga-gallery". Moscow;
1991 EXPOTEATR. Cultural Center of Peter's lines. Moscow;
1992 Exhibition Gallery "Atrium". Expo zar RIA Novosti, Moscow;
1992-94 Exhibitions in the Gallery of Modern Art "Cadogan", London;
1993 Exhibition in association "Cricket Hill". New York;
1993-94 Exhibitions in the gallery "Butoh Street geleri". London;
1994 Summer Exhibition Royal Academy of Arts. London.
When I first saw the painting Timur Iskhakova in Moscow in 1992, I ran without a doubt a very strong image ... Once in London, his work immediately captured the imagination of a Western audience, hungry for identity, while intellectual creativity, rich mysteriously. The foundation of his work is elegant, meticulous design, based on the accurate transmission of human proportions. Amazing mystical figure, characteristic way elongated, inhabit a timeless world, combining Gothic structure with biblical, mythological and pagan symbols. The result is a combination of spiritual intensity of ancient icons and bright pictorial immediacy.
As beautiful and the most fantastic illustrations of children's fairy tales, these pictures will survive because they are simply "plant" the imagination.
To. Long (translated from English)
The language of graphics, "Literary Gazette", N46, 20.11.1991;
Catalog of the exhibition "Drawing - 91", Moscow, izd. "Soviet Artist", 1991, p. 9;
Catalog of the exhibition "Royal Academy of Arts. Summer Exhibition 1994 ", London, 1994, p.104
Booklet "Timur Iskhakov. Svetlana Yavorskaya "gallery" Cadogan Contemporary ", London, 1994.