Gaini Mukhtarova is a Senior lecturer at the Faculty of Stage Design and Decorative Art, National University of Arts, Kazakhstan. She holds a PhD in Philosophy. Specializing in cultural theory and history, she is a graduate of the T. Zhurgenov National Academy of Arts, Kazakhstan, and a qualified artist and painter. Mukhtarova completed a Placement at the Tokyo University of Arts (Japan) in art theory and history; she is a Member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as of the Asia-Pacific Association of Ink Painting. Her areas of research include the history of world graphic arts, traditional Japanese culture and the history of the graphic art of Kazakhstan.
Veröffentlichungen bei WAXMANN:
Textiles as National Heritage: Identities, Politics and Material Culture
Case studies from Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Algeria and Peru
2017, 322 Seiten, gebunden, with numerous illustrations, 34,90 €, ISBN 978-3-8309-3609-1