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Nana Churgulia
Date of birth1950Share

Churgulia Nana

Nana Tchurghulia is a graphic artist, book designer, and illustrator. Her artistic work also includes ceramics and metalworking. 
She was a graphic designer at the Institute of Aesthetics from 1974 to 1976, as well as a “Dila” (Morning) magazine designer-illustrator. At different times, she collaborated with various Georgian publishing houses, such as “Merani”, “Sakartvelo” (Georgia), “Ganatleba” (Education), “Nakaduli” (Brook) and “Metsniereba” (Science). She received her primary art education at the Sukhumi Art College and then continued her studies at the Faculty of Industrial Graphics at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1967-73), and the Graphic Workshop (1978-81). She has been a member of the Union of Georgian Artists since 1981. Since 1974, she has participated in numerous group exhibitions and held several solo shows both in Georgia and abroad. Her graphics primarily represent copper-plate engravings with the application of almost all the techniques used in etching. The artist was twice awarded “The Book of the Year” Prize (1978, 1982). The works of Nana Tchurghulia are kept in the National
Gallery of Dmitry Shevardnadze, the Pushkin Museum (Moscow, Russia), the Museum of Oriental Art (Moscow, Russia), and
private collections in Georgia, Vienna, Rome, Munich, Moscow, and Tbilisi.

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