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Mokhira
Mullyajanova

 

The idea for the work: to share my love for Tashkent's architecture, in particular, the house №22 at the intersection of Pushkin Street and Hamid Alimdzhan Street. I want to perpetuate with my work the memory of house no. 22, where three generations of our family have lived


(including myself). I have painted a portrait of our house from the façade which faces Pushkin Street.I lived in the house for 27 years. I have the fondest memories of this house. By the way, it was built in 1957.


It survived the strongest earthquake of 1966. It was designed by the famous architect Alexander Viktorovich Yakushev. The building was originally designed as an apartment-type dormitory for the employees of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Uzbekistan.