1940 - Born in Tskhinvali (North Ossetia)
1962 - Graduated from the Tskhinvali Art School
1967 - Graduated from the Tashkent State Theatre and Art Institute named after A.N. Ostrovsky
1971 - became a member of the Artists Union of USSR
1997 - Became a member of the creative Association of the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan
1990 - State Museum of Arts, Solo exhibition, Tashkent <br>
1990 - Solo exhibition, Moscow <br>
1992 - Solo exhibition, Ossetia <br>
1997 - Solo exhibition, Bulgaria <br>
2003 - Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, Solo exhibition, Tashkent
2005 - Central Exhibition Hall, Group exhibition, Tashkent
2005 - Embassy of German in Uzbekistan, Solo exhibition, Tashkent
2006 - Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, Group exhibition, Tashkent
2007 - Art Gallery of Uzbekistan, Solo exhibition, Tashkent
2012 - Art Gallery of Uzbekistan, Group exhibition, Tashkent
Rimma Gagloeva lives and works in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. She was named “Honored Artist” of Uzbekistan. Rimma Gagloeva was born and brought up in Ossetia, in a small tribal village.
Since childhood she viewed & absorbed a deliberate and sustained rhythm of village life, with its sort of ritual and poetic verse of work and holidays.
The beautiful Ossetian mountains & landscapes she grew up with from her childhood remained the main subject matter of her work for a lifetime. They are full of visible energy and power.
Over the past three decades Gagloeva’s style of landscape painting has undergone fundamental changes. It appeared on her canvas as a reflection of the changes undergone in the relation between man and nature. Nature itself has always been a reflection of harmony and beauty for Gagloeva. Therefore, in its landscape cycles she will never welcome images of nature being transformed and conquered by human behavior. For Rimma the mountains are not just a grande collection of stones or a unique exotic creation of underground forces, but a native & sincere natural habitat. This is why in her work one can often observe small tribal villages tagged in the mountains, human figures in the fields. This is the way of the artist to illustrate the type of human life that is seamlessly connected to nature.
Rimma Gagloeva is a regular participant in national and international exhibitions, including solo exhibitions in Russia, Ossetia, Bulgaria and Switzerland. She participated in-group exhibitions in State Republic Galleries in England, USA and Germany. Her works have been acquired and belong in the collections of the State Museum of Fine Arts of Uzbekistan and in the State Museum – Tretyakov Painting Gallery of Russia.