Exhibition of Sculpture Works

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February 25, 2014

Exhibition of Sculpture Works

An exposition of works by the people’s Artist of Uzbekistan, the sculptor Jaloliddin Mirtojiev has taken place in the Central Exhibition Hall of Uzbekistan’s Academy of Arts.

It was noted at the opening ceremony of the event that as a result of the tremendous significance attached under the leadership of President Islam Karimov to the development of all spheres, the sculpture art has been promoted to a qualitatively higher level. The works created by our sculptors reflect the wide-ranging efforts being undertaken during independence years across our cities and villages, the rich traditions and customs as well as values, the profound reverence towards the history of the nation and the memory of our great ancestors.

Jaloliddin Mirtojiev has for many years been instructing students in visual arts at the Kamoliddin Behzod National Institute of Arts and Design. He is an active participant of national and international exhibitions. The sculptor’s endeavors have been afforded a high appraisal by our state; namely, he was awarded with the title People’s Artist of Uzbekistan.

To date, the artistic works of Uzbek sculptors created as a symbol of deference to the memory of outstanding thinkers are installed not only in our country, but also abroad. Notably, the monuments to Alisher Navoi, Kamoliddin Behzod, Mirzo Ulughbek, Abu Ali Ibn Sino, Ahmad Ferghani created by Jaloliddin Mirtojiev decorate a number of cities around the world.

“The independence has opened up opportunities for us the creative people to work freely and fruitfully,” the renowned sculptor says. “A special attention is paid international his country to the careful preservation of the national cultural heritage, the restoration of ancient and rich traditions, the propaganda of their essence and significance among our people, which is a potent stimulus for further creative inspirations and new works.”

More than forty works of the artists are presented at the exposition.