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Sergo Kobuladze (1909-1978) – People’s Artist of Georgia, Corresponding Member of the Academy of Arts of the USSR, Laureate of the Shota Rustaveli Prize; graphic artist, painter, theatre designer. At the early stage of his career, Sergo Kobuladze was fascinated by theatre painting and book…

Gogi Chagelishvili was born in 1944 in Tbilisi. After graduation of Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1971) he actively works in different forms of Art: painting and drawing, creates abstract works, collages, objects, installations…he is also an author of several literature projects. Chagela – he…

Besik Arbolishvili (b.1955) graduated from the faculty of Fine Arts of the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, in 1983-1986 worked in Soviet regional Art Studio (Moscow, SSR). In his variety of genres, we can discover the constant search of the color and form and the…

Dimitri Antadze (b.1963) graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1888. During the difficult times of the 1990s in Georgia, fate brought the young artist to Japan. A fortunate coincidence proved fruitful on the path to broadening professional experience. In Japan, the work…

Givi Vashakidze is a Georgian painter, and a representative of the so-called Generation of 1960s. After graduating from the Tbilisi Academy of Arts, he has participated in personal and group shows both locally and internationally (Moscow, Munich, Berlin, Tyrol, Baku, and Riga).  Due to his…

Vakho Bugadze (b.1964) studied at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts from 1982 to 1991. In the 1990s, the conflict between the artist and the outer world intensified to the extreme in Georgian art. The effects of the sociopolitical environment most naturally reverberated through culture.…

Gia Bugadze is considered to be exceptionally personal artist. He has demonstrated an exceptional skill to work in every conceivable style and movement and fully express its essence. At different stages of his artistic life he has revealed himself as either a calm neo-romanticist, expressionist…

In the 1990s artist, David Alexidze (b.1966) first introduced his artworks to the public. It did not take him much effort to get established within the Georgian artistic society, where he found his place right after graduation from the Tbilisi State Academy (1988-1991). He was…

Tato Akhalkatsishvili creates installations, objects, assemblages and video art along with paintings. Akhlakatsishvili belongs to the generation of Georgian artists who were introduced to the viewer in the early 2000s. The young artists of the art group “Figurative Art Studio,” established in 2004, focused on…

Eka Abuladze (b.1964) is a representative of the 1990s generation of Georgian artists. 1990 is also the time when her artistic activity starts. Eka Abuladze seeks her inspiration in science. The collection offered by her is presented under the conceptual title “Elementary Particles- Standard Model”,…

Merab Abramishvili was a member of the generation of the 1980s. In 1981, he graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. His own artistic style was quickly identified. Interest in medieval frescoes and oriental miniatures, as well as monumental forms and exquisite decoration…And an…

Medea (Dea) Jabua (1943) is a graphic artist, book designer and lecturer. She graduated from the Faculty of Graphics of the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1968. Vladimir (Lado) Grigolia and Teimuaz Kubaneishvili were her teachers. She completed her postgraduate studies at the Moscow…

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