Jhon Gogaberishvili is one of the most sought-after sculptors among the Georgian sculptors of the 70s generation, whose monumental stonework can be found in many countries of the world. His activity in the new millennium is especially fruitful.
Jhon Gogaberishvili graduated from the Faculty of Sculpture of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts in 1976; In 1983 he completed his postgraduate studies at the studio of Valentin Topuridze and Konstantin Merabishvili.
Since 1976, Gogaberishvili has regularly participated in exhibitions. In 1981, he joined the Georgian Artists’ Union. In 1986, his work was awarded the first prize as the best sculpture of the year. The sculptor regularly participates in international symposia in different countries of the world.
His personal exhibitions were held in Warsaw (Center for Contemporary Art, 1989), Helsinki (Gallery Rus, 1990), Germany (National Heinsbeck Gallery, 1993), and France (Days of Georgian Culture, National Gallery, 1999).
His works are kept in the Museum of Fine Arts (Tbilisi, Georgia), the Gallery of Modern Art in Warsaw, the National Library of Spain, and private collections in many countries.