Artist, Illustrator, Graphic Designer


Born in the Tashkent city (Uzbekistan).
Graduated from the National School of Fine Arts (Uzbekistan)
Member of the Arts Union of the Uzbekistan Academy of Arts

She lives and works in Paris (since 2019).
Member de La Maison des Artistes (France).
Inna Sandler © ADAGP, Paris


Exhibitions, Biennials and Art Residences (list selective):

2021  – exhibition ” Morceaux Choisis ” / Gallery Anthony Roth (Paris, France)

2020 — Exhibition « Inspiration Française » project of the French Embassy in Uzbekistan

2020 — Project of the Delegation of the European Union to Uzbekistan – a virtual Art Exhibition “12 Symbols & meanings” “.

2015, 2016, 2017, 2019Cité Internationale des Arts / Art residences and Open Studio (Paris, France).

2017 — La 49e Golden Pen de Belgrade, le 14 Biennale International de l’Illustration (Serbie)

2015 — The 48th Golden Pen of Belgrade, The 13th International Biennial of Illustration (Belgrade, Serbia).

2014 — VII Tashkent International Photo Biennale. Project “Memory” (painting and installation) (Uzbekistan)

2014 “Summer Exhibition 2014” — “Discover The New” (Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom). Artwork “Hushtak Toy”

2013 – NRW Kulture International – participation in the project Temporary Gallery – Galleries in North Rhine-Westphalia / Германия (Cologne, Bonn, Aachen, Düsseldorf)

2013 — “Art Colors of Uzbekistan” (Art Gallery “Hassanat”, Astana, Kazakhstan)

2011 — “Aesthetics of Hedonism” (Art Gallery of Uzbekistan)

2011 — The VI Tashkent International Biennale of Contemporary Art “The Territory of the Artist and Society”

2011 — “Public Art” (the project of Goethe-Institute, Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

2010 — “Aristotle’s Mystery” (Art Gallery of Uzbekistan)

2003 — “Multitudes Gallery” (USA, Blue Ridge)

1998 — “Modern Graphics” (Ilkhom Theatre)


The Solo Exhibitions:

2023 – Solo exhibition « Mémoire (Memory) » / Gallery SAPHIR (69 rue du Temple, 75003 Paris)
/ Dans le cadre des Journées Européennes de la Culture et du Patrimoine Juifs (JECPJ) avec le soutien du Ministère de la Culture et sous le patronage de l’UNESCO /

– Solo exhibition « ALTÉRITÉ » / Gallery Anthony Roth (Paris, France)

2019  – Open Studio/ Vernissage « Walking through eternity », Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris, France)

2017  – Open Studio/ Vernissage « Game of Silence», Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris, France)

2016  – Vernissage at the residence of France in Tachkent (Uzbekistan)

2016 (23 september) – Open Studio/ Vernissage “Millefleurs”, Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.

2016 (22.01-22.02) — Solo exhibition “Dada” (National Gallery of Arts of Uzbekistan), Tashkent  

2015 (16.06 – 19.06) — Open Studio / Solo Exhibition “Dada” in Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.

2014 (07.12 – 07.01) — Solo Exhibition («Ilhom» Theatre Exhibition Hall, Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

2011 (04.05 – 04.06) — Solo Exhibition («Ilhom» Theatre Exhibition Hall, Tashkent, Uzbekistan)

2010 (11-30.11) — Solo exhibition “Wrong GAMES; Images and faces” (National Gallery of Arts of Uzbekistan)  



2015 – Laureat of the “Institut français / Cité Internationale des Arts” residency program.

2013 – one of the 12 winners of the competition «Gletschermusik» organized by the Goethe-Institute Tashkent.

2011 – Diploma of the International Confederation of the Unions of Artists – For the originality of the artistic decisions in the work presented at The VI International Tashkent Biennale of Contemporary Art “The territory of the artist and society” (triptych «The Bifurcation Point», Video Art “The Reflections”).

2011 – Diploma and the Third place Award in the competition of urban projects “Art City” («Public Art») organized by the Goethe-Institute Tashkent (for my project “IKAT”).

Artworks are in the private collections in Uzbekistan, USA, Turkey, Canada, United Kingdom and France, and also in the collection of National Bank of Uzbekistan (National Gallery of Arts of Uzbekistan)  

Collaborating with UNESCO, Goethe Institute , Konrad-Adenauer-Foundation.
2009-2019 —
Chief Designer of “San’at” (Art) Journal of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan.

1998-2024 — Design and illustrations of 30 books.

1998-2017 Design and illustrations for the following books:


2021« ALTÉRITÉ » (catalogue d’exposition) (fr) / 32 pages / Galerie Anthony Roth, Paris

2020 – « Bestiaire en pagaille ! chez Jean de La Fontaine » / Jean de La Fontaine (auteur), Magali Gorce (auteur), Inna Sandler (illustratrice) / ISBN 978-2-38028-014-2 / éd. Mazeto Square (France)

2018  – « Inna Sandler – Les matérialisation du temps / Catalogue » (fr, en) / ISBN 978-9943-5064-0-4 / 84 pages / Éd. San’at, Tachkent

2017  Nigora Karimova, “Fiction films of Uzbekistan”, (publishing house San’at)

2016  Andrey Zybkin, “Organization of the media services business”.

2014 Illustration for the book “Refraction” Written by musician and professor Adiba Sharipova.

2014 «The Fathers of all Nations» (Tomas Kunse, Tomas Fogel)

2014 «Goethe as a Lawyer», Akmal Saidov.

2013 Design and illustration for UNDP project “Guidebook on Debates “, authors-compilers: Eleni Duras, Dilfuza Kurolova.

2012 Illustrations for poetry book «Without you…»

2011 Illustrations for «Shameless Sonnet» by Michael Gar.

2011 design of Catalogue «Bobur Ismoilov»

2008  The series of Illustrations for Children Stories. Written by Sofia Nielsen. (Denmark)

2007  “Diaglessa” Written by Tulkun Nurmuhammad(publishing house “Nihol”)

2004  “Greece’s book “

2003 “Fargona Keliny” written by Gurgy Zaydon (publishing house “Shark”)

2002 “Nights Work” written by Irwin Shaw (publishing house “Shark”

2002 Design and art for package of CD “Shades”, (poetry and music) poetry by Susanne Lee (American writer), music by Benny Tilman.

2001 Collected stories “Mondo”. (Writer Le Klezio) It was the order of the Embassy of France.
(publishing house “Ofset-print”).

2000 Book for Musician. Written by musician and professor Adiba Sharipova.

1999 “Persian Letters” Montesque. It was the order of the embassy of France.
(publishing house “Ofset-print”).

1999 Poetry book “Night Fairy-Tale”. Poet A.Rtveladze. (publishing house “Ofset-print”).

1999 Lesson Book for Musician. Written by musician and professor Adiba Sharipova.

1998 – Book for children. “The Bremen Town Musicians” Written by Brothers Grimm.
(publishing house “Shark”)


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