Born in 1948 in Korkino, Russia, he lives and works in Bishkek. He completed his studies at the Ural School of Applied Arts in Nizhny Tagil, Russia, and at the Central Artistic Design Studio, former USSR Artists’ Union (Senej Studio) in Moscow. He presented his works in solo exhibitions at the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, in 2008 and 2005, at the English Elements Gallery in Salzburg, Austria, in 2006, and at the Kunstverein Paradigma in Linz, Austria, in 2005, among others. He participated in group exhibitions at the Esentai Gallery, Almaty, Kazakhstan, at the Artmark Galerie, Vienna, as well as at the Novosibirsk International Biennale of Graphic Arts, Russia.
“The artist is distinguished by a bright subjective expression, involvement in the new poetics of the turn of the century, a high level of professionalism. The most common thing that can be said about his art is the ability to speak of spiritual things with purely material means. His power is in allegory, in the ability to create, in the language of sensual objectivity, associative artistic “texts” in the microcosm of which, his rather complex, multifaceted attitude to the world is expressed...”.
“In the process of intensive creative development, his art acquired its basic qualities – the metaphoric nature of language with the free semantization of “quotations” from the material world, the onslaught of suggestiveness, the free circulation of age-old traditions. Often, his creations are stunning with a balancing act of materials and semantic meanings, an adjacency of high, learned art and folklore, elite arrogance of taste and elements of pop art, kitsch, jargons...”.