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Adamia Rezo

Rezo (Emeliane) Adamia was born in Senaki, Georgia in 1938. In 1970, he graduated from the painting faculty of the Tbilisi State Fine Arts Academy. In 1969-1971, he worked as an art teacher at the 50th secondary school in Tbilisi. In 1974-1988, he worked as a restorer, scientist of the State Art Museum of Georgia. He has been participating in exhibitions since 1966. The main motifs of his painting are landscapes from different parts of Georgia, genre pictures, portraits of artists and writers, he also created icons. Since the 90s, he has had personal exhibitions both in Georgia and abroad: France, Azerbaijan, Japan, England, Poland, Russia, Armenia. Two personal exhibitions were held in Paris in 2005-2006. R. Adamia led the restoration of the churches: the Savior of Old Senaki and the Mother of God of Martvili, as well as the restoration of the Church of the Forty Martyrs of Nokalakevi. He was a member of the Union of Artists of Georgia since 1980, as well as the head of the Senaki branch of the Union of Artists of Georgia; he received an honorary diploma of the Dijon International Exhibition in 1997.

Rezo Adamia
Date of Birth1938Share