Eduard Kazarian is a graduate of Alma-Ata State Institute of Theater and Arts.
Since 1992, he has held over sixty solo exhibitions in Kazakhstan and abroad.
Since the 2000s Eduard creates monumental ceramic sculptures and also becomes fond of tapestry.
At the same time he starts his line of art jewelry.
In the 2010s Eduard implements a number of architectural projects and starts working on city and site specific sculpture.
Eduard continues solo and group exhibition activities and considers it a special area of interest
since such shows and especially happenings allow an artist to constantly experiment
and make it possible to always present his artworks in new ways.
In 2000 Eduard Kazarian has become the winner of the first independent
Kazakhstan Tarlan Award in the field of fine arts in the "New Name" nomination.
In 2011 he has been awarded the Gold Medal of the Ministry of Culture of Armenia
for his contribution to the development of Armenian culture.
In 2012 Eduard hasreceived the national award "Altyn Adam - Man of the Year"
in the People's Love and Creative Achievements nomination.
The works of E. Kazarian are in the collections of Kasteev State Museum of Fine Arts, Almaty; Museum of Modern Art, Astana and Nevzorovs East Kazakhstan Museum of Fine Arts, Semey (Kazakhstan). He has exhibited his artworks at the Armenian Library and Museum of America, the World Bank (USA); Zeitlins Museum of Russian Art (Israel); Hermitage Exhibition Hall (Poland); Geelvink Museum (Netherlands); Manege, Oriental Museum, Central House of Artists (Russia); European Parliament (Belgium); Glasgow Royal Institute of Fine Arts (UK); as well as in private galleries.
The works of E. Kazarian are presented in private and corporate collections in Kazakhstan, Armenia, Australia, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, France,Germany, Great Britain, Israel, Italy, Japan, Russia,
Singapore, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, the United Arab Emirates, the USA and other countries.
Eduard Kazarian lives and works in Almaty, Kazakhstan; he is founder of Kazarian Art Center,
an art institution that in 2018 has become winner of the Eurasian prize "Choice of the Year"
for its contribution to sustainable development of fine arts and cultural environment.