Forgotten Music, Saidbek Sabirbayev (Uzbekistan) – Exquisite Art
Oil on canvas, 50*70, 2016
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Saidbek Sabirbaev was born in 1988, in Nukus, the Republic of Karakalpakstan. In 2012 graduated from the National Institute of Fine Arts and Design, named after Kamoliddin Bekhzad, in the department of easel painting (bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes).
In 2012 – a teacher in the National Institute of Fine Arts and Design was named after Kamoliddin Bekhzad.
The themes of his paintings express centuries of ethnic characteristics of Kara-Kalpak peoples and limitless understanding of cosmogenic realities, which were recreated with pronounced steppe colouring. Saidbek uses n original palette of colours, this obtusely gold-shining ochre, dark coral shades of red and maroon colour and sallow green colour. The artist wi her to draw attention in every possible way to the pressing global problems, for instance, to desiccation of the Aral, Protection of flora and fauna, symbiosis and mutual understanding of brotherly cultures. Mysteriously unny images of his paintings reflect virgin native peoples of Karakalpakstan, which create mysterious lyrics, a particular melody of the creative work of Saidbek.
2002 – Indian International Competition “Shankar’s International Children’s Competition”. He was awarded a silver medal.
Moscow. 2005 – an International exhibition dedicated to the 225th anniversary of outstanding artist V.A.Tropinin. He was awarded a diploma.
2003 International exhibition “Children drawing”. He was awarded a diploma. Moscow.
2006 Annual Republican exhibition “Artist and nature”. Academy of Ar s of Uzbekistan.
Tashkent Hous of Photography. 2009 – Winner of the Republican stage of the youth contest “Kelajak ovozi”. He was awarded the Grand Prize.
2009 – Republican contest “Architect – 2009”. He was awarded the first-level diploma. Tashkent.
201 – Youth contest “Navqiron O’zbekiston” Palace Of Youth Creativity (Fond Forum). He was awarded a diploma.
2012 – Festival “Asrlar sadosi” Participant. Tuprakkala, Karakalpakstan.
2013 – Personal exhibition: Karakalpak State Art Museum named after I.V.Savitskiy Nukus.
2015 – “Flight to the blue”. Art Gallery o Uzbekistan.
2016 – Personal exhibition “Botum Factum”. Tashkent.
201 – Exhibition of young artists and photographers “JOURNEY TO THE SOUL” of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan and Tashkent House of Photography.
2017 – “Flight to the blue II”. Art Gallery o Uzbekistan.
2017 – International exhibition “ALEXANDER THE GREAT, WAY TO ROKSANA”. Ikuo Hirayama International Caravanserai of Culture.
The works of the talented painter can be found in the State Museum of Art of Uzbekistan and private collections of Russia, China, Holland, Australia, Turkey and Greece.