Nigora Latypova was born in 1981 in Tashkent. She finished Republican Art College, Faculty of painting (2000) and National Institute of Arts and Design, Faculty of monumental painting (2005). She studied at Slipchenko Sergey at the college and at Rahmonov Jurat, Dryghin Vladimir and Djalalov Bahodir at the institute. Since 1996 the works of Nigora Latypova have been exhibited at many exhibitions, including: 1999 – exhibition of ceramic master Nazira Kuzieva and her children – Nigora and Anvar Latypovs (“Ilkhom” theatre).
2004 – “Artist and Nature”.
2005 – (March), 2006 (March) – youth exhibition “Kaleidoscope” at U.
Tansykbaev’s Memorial House-Museum.
2005 – collective exhibition at Central Museum of Army RUz.
“1 am impressible and never try to overcome it. I think this is a reason for impressionism became close to me. Working in this direction, I feel myself free, and freedom is valuable for me. Color is the most important to create condition, mood and character of a personage or subject and my relation to them. I love the nature and enjoy reproducing it in my works. I think there is nothing more perfect under the sky than the nature.”