2016/09/03(土) ― 09/7(水)
9:00 - 18:00
Anorkul Boybekov(アノールクル ボイベコフ)
Sirojiddin Mamatqulov(シロジッディン ママトクロフ)
Golib Nurinov(ゴリブ ヌリノフ)
Shaxboz Assatullayev(シャフボズ アサトゥラエフ)
東京メトロ有楽町線 江戸川橋駅 1b出口より徒歩3分
東京メトロ東西線 神楽坂駅 2出口（矢来口）より徒歩11分
Anorkul Boybekov was born in 1966 in Syrdarya Region. In 1990 he graduated from Institute of Benkov, where he attended classes at the graphic department. Since then he worked as graphic designer for houses. He also takes part in various exhibitions in his home country as well as abroad.
The originality of the talent of Anorkul Boybekov appeared in the beginning of the nineties, when the artist fully dedicated himself to painting. He developed himself quickly, finding his own individual style in the specter of modem painting of Uzbekistan. The paintings of this period are displayed on the exhibition and reflect the formation of the style of the artist, which realized by working and creating with a free spirit. This process find its origins in the avant-garde of the 20 th century in combination with the rich tradition of folkloric art. Being attracted to different artistic ideas, Anorkul found an interesting interpretation of surrealism and cubism, for the expression of the East in historical and mythological settings. His canvases are dedicated to musicians, folkloric shapes,
They are painted with bright colors and express exotic history of Central Asia.
2001 – Personal exhibition at Cultural Centre of India, Tashkent
2005 – Personal exhibition in Tashkent
2006 – Personal exhibition in Belgium, and took part in exhibitions in Germany and Poland
2007 – Personal exhibition in France
2007 – Personal exhibition in Egypt
2008 – Personal exhibition in France, China
2009 – Personal exhibition in Korea
2010 – Took part in International exhibitions in Japan and Turkmenistan
2011 – exhibition Young Artists of Uzbekistan and Vietnam.
2013 – exhibition Tashkent International tourism fair
2014 – Uzbek and Turk Artists of exhibition (Istanbul)
2015– Uzbek and Italy Artists of exhibition (Gumbbio)
2015– Turkish and Uzbek of exhibition