Total artworks: 12
Education:Tashkent Art College
Born April 18, 1969 in Tashkent (Uzbekistan).
Graduated from the Republican Art College P.P.Benkova.
Member of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan.
Academician of the Academy of Fine Arts and Design of the Russian Federation.
Tell a little, but show much, heres the basic principle of an outstanding artist of our time Ulugbek Dzuraevich Mukhamedov, an artist of graphics, a master of watercolors recreated in his work the spirit of medieval East. Images, sung by the artist, regarded as a waking dream.His filigree technique and the ability of small artistic means to convey a profound content strike in his watercolors. His tiny size works look like large canvases with an epic philosophical sound telling about the life of the Uzbek people, their history and culture.
Amazingly, but in the works of Ulugbek you see that is not shown. The pictures generate so bright images, revealing the depths of the essence of the story, that the viewer subconscious depicture the scene. This is truly unique.
Ulugbek Mukhamedov - a rare phenomenon in art. His works has plunged by surprise even worldly-wise venerable artists. The image in the image, almost like a dream within a dream, thats the meaning of his method.
The creativity of Ulugbek Mukhamedov - a vast field for research, the art historians and the cultural scientists have yet to study his paintings since in them are laid a phenomenal concept in the art of giving a new impetus and offerring great opportunities for the development of world art.
It is written a lot about Ulughbek Mukhamedov in different western newspapers. There have been some programs about the artist on TV and also broadcasted by Radio Svoboda
There are some Ulughbek’s works in some personal collections in Europe, Asia and America.
- Ulughbek Mukhamedov is a rare art phenomenon. It is no coincidence that Ulughbek’s works amaze even the worldly-wise artists. His filigree technique and his ability to reproduce a deep content by some artistic means startle people in his water-colours. That’s why Ulughbek’s tiny works look like the big epic canvases, which tell us about the people of Uzbekistan, their history and culture.
(From a letter of a group of 20 artists from different countries –Uzbekistan, Canada, France, Germany, Russia, the USA, Israel, Moldova, Ukraine, Lithuania, Bulgaria)
An unique technique of black tea, first worked out by Ulughbek Mukhamedov does for the plots of oriental themes especially for Old Bukhara.