The book exhibition dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the famous Kazakh writer, literary critic and critic Vladislav Vasilievich Vladimirov was organized in the reading room "Kazakhstan Kiptary" at the Depositary of the Assembly of the People of Kazakhstan in Almaty.
Vladislav Vladimirov was born on April 14, 1939 in Chimkent. In 1963 he graduated from the Kazakh State University named after S. M. Kirov with a degree in literature and writing. In 1963 he graduated from the Kazakh State University named after S.M.Kirov in journalism (nowadays Kazakh National University named after al-Farabi), in 1974 - courses for international writers at the Literary Institute named after A.M.Gorky (Moscow), in 1977 - postgraduate study at the M.O.Auezov Institute of literature and art of the Kazakh SSR Academy of Sciences.
In 1959-1965 V. Vladimirov worked as a correspondent, a literary worker, the head of the department of the newspapers "Alma-Ata Pravda", "Semirechye", "Alatau Lights", in 1965-1968. - In 1965-1968 he was a senior instructor of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the Kazakh SSR, and in 1968-1969 he was the first deputy editor-in-chief of the newspaper Veliky Novgorod. - In 1968-1969 - first deputy editor-in-chief of the newspaper "Evening Alma-Ata"; in 1969-1971. - In 1971-1984 he was an instructor of the department of culture of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan. - In 1971-1984 was Assistant of the First Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan. - In 1993 he was the head of the department of the Committee for Languages, Committee for Copyrights of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
A rare erudition, free possession of the material, combined with artistic and documentary authenticity, often gives his written nature of the truly unexpected discoveries. The writer owns the following books: "The Man Who Everybody Needs" (1967), "If You Care About a Hero" (1969), "On the Tide" (1972), "What Should I Say to the Commissars? (1975), "Without Intermission" (1977), "Bernoulli's Law" (1979), "Fly the Voisin!" (1982), "Don't Be Sad, Gentlemen Officers..." (2001), etc. The works of the author was published in major cities of the CIS countries and abroad, in Moscow, Chisinau, Dushanbe, Tallinn, Berlin, Delhi, Bratislava, etc. A novel in three novels "Bernoulli's Law" was translated into Kazakh by S. Toksanbayev (1982).
Awarded the Order of the Red Banner of Labor, Friendship of Nations, "Badge of Honor" and medals. Honored Worker of Culture of the Kazakh SSR. Member of the International Association of Batalist and Marinist Writers, Kazakhstan PEN Club.
At the book exhibition from the fund of National library of RK the materials about life and activity of V. Vladimirov, his works and articles on the pages of periodicals are presented.
We invite you to the book exhibition!