1956 in the small village of Kyzyl-Tuu, Kyrgyz Republic, Jumagul Tashiev has made a name
for himself at home and abroad. After graduating from the Kyrgyz State Art College in
1981, he began exhibiting his art in group and solo shows in several countries.
His solo exhibitions include two in
Bishkek (1995, 2000) and one in St. Petersburg, Russia (1995). He has also displayed his
works at the "Children of Kyrgyzstan" exhibition in Bishkek (1996); an international
exhibition of applied arts in Islamabad, Pakistan (1997); "The World through the Eyes of
Artists" in Bishkek, at which he was awarded an encouragement prize; and "Expo 2000"
in Hanover, Germany (2000).
Jumagul's works can also be
seen at the Kyrgyz State Museum of Fine Art and the State Museum of Ethnography in St.
Petersburg, Russia. He is member of the Artists' Union of the Kyrgyz Republic and the
Society of Artists of St. Petersburg, Russia.
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