Eduard Kazarian was born in Almaty, Kazakhstan. He graduated from the Alma-Ata State Institute of Theater and Arts in 1989. Since 1992, he has held over fifty personal exhibitions and participated in over 150 collective projects. Eduard Kazarian is the winner of the Tarlan Independent Award of the Year 2000 in the "New Name" nomination in the field of fine arts. In 2011, he was awarded the Golden Medal of the Ministry of Culture of Armenia for the contribution to the development of the Armenian culture.
In 2012, he won the national award "Altyn Adam - Man of the Year" in the People's Love and Creative Achievements nomination. In 2017 he was awarded the Golden Medal in Special Achievement/Sculpture nomination of the Eurasia Awards. Also, in 2017 Eduard Kazarian was the curator of the Ist Eurasia Sculpture Biennale that took place in Astana and was part of EXPO-2017 cultural events program.
Eduard Kazarian lives and works in Almaty, Kazakhstan.
The works of E. Kazarian are in the collections of the State Museum of Fine Arts named after Kasteyev, Almaty; Museum of Modern Art, Astana and the East Kazakhstan Museum of Fine Arts named after the Nevzorovs, Semey, Kazakhstan; and they were exhibited in the Armenian Library and the Museum of America, the World Bank, USA; The Tseitlins’ Museum of Russian Art, Israel; Hermitage exhibition hall, Poland; Geelvink Museum, Netherlands; Manege, the Oriental Museum, the Central House of Artists, Russia; The European Parliament, Belgium; Royal Institute of Fine Arts, Great Britain; as well as in private galleries. His works are in private and corporate collections in Kazakhstan, Armenia, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Great Britain, Germany, Israel, Spain, Italy, Canada, China, United Arab Emirates, Russia, USA, Turkey, France, Switzerland, Sweden, Japan, and other countries.