The artist lives and works in Tajikistan. He was born 1985 in Dushanbe, capitol of Tajikistan.
Eraj received his artistic education from 2000 to 2009 at the M.Olimov Art College and the M..Tursunzade State Institute of Arts (Painting Class of Theatre Faculty).
Since 2008 he has been working as artist in the Creative studio of the Art Fund of Tajikistan, since 2013 as teacher of drawing and painting with the Institute of Fine Arts and Design of Tajikistan. Since 2001 he is a member of the Academy of Fine Arts of Tajikistan and since 2012 he is a member of the Tajik Artists‘ Union.
His paintings are colorful and festive, while paying and directing attention to the intrinsic qualities of things. While mastering and combining a wide range of reflections and nuances as well as pastosity he resembles the masters of oriental enamel. The flow of colors competes with the dynamics of surfaces creating a multitude of reflections, referring to Asian art, combining immobility and change, closure and boundlessness.
2013 „Play of Colors“, National Museum of Tajikistan
2015 „Colors of Tajikistan“, Hotel Serena, Dushanbe, Tajikistan
2019 „Salon des Arts“, Embroune, France
2019 Hai’an, China
Since 2005 Eraj participated in numerous group exhibitions in Tajikistan, Russia (Moscow, St.Petersburg), Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Switzerland (Geneva), Kuwait, Katar and China.
His works are in art collections of the National Museum and the National Library of Tajikistan, numerous private collections in Tajikistan, the U.S., Latin America, Great Britain, India, China, Turkey and Dubai as well as several European and C.I.S. countries.
In 2013 he was awarded the diploma and prize in the field of art by the Tajik committee for Youth, Sports and Tourism, in 2018 the Diploma by the Ministry of culture of Tajikistan as well as the diploma for active participation and highest professionalism during the Days of Tajik Culture in Russia.
In 2018 he also received a letter of thanks by the Union of National Cultures (St.Petersburg) for fostering international relations and his personal contribution to world culture.
Some of his works: