I discovered the amazing Uzbek pianist – Bekhzod Abduraimov. It turns out that the whole world is admires his talent, but in Uzbekistan, in the homeland, only few fans aware of him. I want to share his talent with you!
Tashkent art group “Nas Why?”, which we have already mentioned, has produced very loud scandal, so our special blogger Alex Ulko decided to write special story about them
Tahkent held closing party dedicated to ending of 6th season of most popular Uzbek rock festival “IlkhomRockFest”.
Tashkent was shocked by exhibition “My Favorite Tree”, which was organized by the new art group “Nas Why?”
Alex Ulko presents works of Umida Akhmedova, one of the leading contemporary photographers from Uzbekistan
On the breakup of the exhibition «Refresh», long-suffering roof of «Ilkhom» theatre welcomes its first concert – «Music of glacier» by ensemble Omnibus and brothers Teichmann and Alois Späth. Great personal thanks to organizers for it, so far as small basement of theatre could hardly seat about two hundred persons who wanted to see the concert. More, the atmosphere and the space of the roof are favorable for such kind of events. Return to music…
The age of digital photography has been characterised by a few well-documented and often discussed phenomena such as a wide access to hi-tech equipment, ‘visual turn’, the role of social networks and so on
On June 3 at Moscow Multimedia Art Museum held the tenth Uzbek Culture Evening, which was organized by Fund Forum, according to an official press release. There was a lot of elite people, but not much of culture.
Perhaps, one of the most important qualities of a contemporary photographer has become his or her ability to create an intimate space inhabited by a subject and characters
Continuing to talk about photo stories, I would like to discuss the role of the photographer’s position and attitude towards his or her subject and characters
While thousands of people in Uzbekistan every year are leaving the country in search of high-paying jobs, Russian-speaking diaspora is trying to understand themselves in a new Uzbek reality. More precisely those members of the diaspora who not left yet, because its number is reduced exponentially with each passing year