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Anzor Bukharsky

http://www.facebook.com/Bukharsky

Anzor was born in Tashkent in 1968. He has been living in Bukhara since 1965. After graduating Bukhara Arts College he entered Theatrical Scenery faculty of Tashkent Theatre and Arts Institute. For years he had worked as a scene designer in Tashkent Alisher Navoi Opera and Ballet Theatre. He also participated in young artists exhibitions in Republic of Uzbekistan.

Anzor’s photo hobby became a main occupation in 2006. His “Photos for documents” studio acted as a creative lab at his spare time. Photo collages were gradually expelled by documentary and street photography. That’s what he has been pursuing to the present day. Photographer is intrigued by people’s everyday life. What makes them tick? What do they eat? What do they dream about? Where they work and what their leisure time is? All these became themes for the author’s photographs.

Anzor Bukharsky was published in Uzbekistan, Russia and in other countries. He participated in many photo contests, projects and biennale in Russia, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Turkey, Venice, Turkmenistan, France, Israel and other countries.

Original post in Russian-version blog:
http://pavel-kosenko.livejournal.com/400259.html
My thanks to Stepan Chizhov for translating this post in English.

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