Sculptor Ramaz Manjgaladze is a graduate of the Tbilisi Academy of Arts, where he mastered the art of sculpture under the guidance of Irakli Okropiridze and Kote Merabishvili.
After finishing the academy, he participated in all Republican, and spring and autumn exhibitions.
In 1977, he started working at the Georgian National Gallery where he took over the sculpture fund. During the disturbances of the 1990s, many works of the foundation were saved by Ramaz Manjgaladze who is still an employee of the museum and nowadays continues to work as a fund restorer. Throughout his creative career, he received only one commission for the monumental sculpture. That was the memorial to those who fell in WWII which represented a five-meter-high concrete composition consisting of two statues and was erected in the village of Bogdanovka, Akhalkalaki district.
His work Firefighters is preserved in the Firefighters’ Museum in Moscow. Three works: Artists, Portrait of a Son, and Sportsman are owned by the Tretyakov Museum. The latter was created for the 1980 Moscow Olympics.
Ramaz Manjgaladze mainly creates compositions and equestrian figures and has been actively participating in different exhibitions up to today.