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10 January 2016 in the room "Ijod" the National library of Uzbekistan opened a book and illustrative exhibition entitled "The Law of the stage is ..." dedicated to the 75 anniversary of the theater actor, people's artist of Uzbekistan, Rixsi Avazov. At the exhibition is presented literature about the life and work of the actor.
Rixsi Avazov was born on 10 January 1942 in the South of Kazakhstan. In 1965 he graduated from the Tashkent state Institute of fine arts and theatre. In 1965 he started his activity as an actor in the theatre named after Hamza. His first debut on stage was in the way Azimzada in the play "The adventures of Nasriddin". Meaningful work, Rixsi Avazov was duly appreciated by the state. In 2000 he was awarded the title people's artist of Uzbekistan. Played his roles: Amirjon (Uygun, “Zebuniso”), Nadirshah (Fitrat, “Abdulfayzhon”), Abdulmalik (Uygun, Izzat Sulton, “Alisher Navoi”), Darvesh Ali (A. Yakubov, “Bir koshona siri”) and others are considered to be the best in his creative activity. He also created unforgettable images in the movies "Alisher Navoi" (Giesiddin), "Starry night" (Ahmad Hanbal), in the drama "Day and night" (Bobur), the film "Hospital" (academician Yoldoshev), etc.
Visiting a book-illustrative exhibition entitled "the Law of the stage is ..." dedicated to the 75 anniversary of the theater actor, people's artist of Uzbekistan, Rixsi Avazov, library users will get familiar with the book "The national theatre" (Milliy teatrimiz namoyondalari), "Uzbek artists" (Uzbek sanatkorlari), "Stage and time" (Sahna va Zamon), "Spirituality scene" (Sahna manaviyati) and "the Work of the actor on himself" (Akterning o’z ustida ishlashi), telling about the famous actors of theatre and cinema. Here also is possible to read interesting articles of Rixsi Avazov from the magazines "Cinema" and "Jannatmakon".