Solo Show of Maka Cielecka

Art Gallery “Vanda” invites you to the Solo Show of polish artist Maka Cielecka. Maka studied Graphic Design at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She worked as a graphic designer in Canada and in Holland. She came to Tbilisi with her dyplomat husband in 2005. Over four and a half years spent in Georgia, […]

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Solo Show of Gia Japaridze

A solo show of well known artist and sculptor Gia Japaridze was held at the gallery “Vanda” in 2013. In the Exposition were presented 50 paintings, about 25 enamel works and 30 sculptures.   […]

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Exhibition of George (Gogi) Chagelishvili

George (Gogi) Chagelishvili is one of the most celebrated Georgian artist, whose works you can find in many major collections all around the world. At the solo show, which was highly appreciated by visitors, where presented 35 paintings from his new series “Margarita” inspired by famous Georgian naive artist Niko Pirosmani. […]

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Exhibition of Nino Chakvetadze

Nino Chakvetadze is a well known artist and children’s book illustrator, in 2015 she was nominated for Astrid Lindgrens’s International Award. Most of her works are inspired by childhood memories, reflecting their emotions which are familiar for all of us. […]

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Anniversary exhibition of the Lev Boyakhchev

In 2012, gallery “Vanda” held an anniversary exhibition of a famous artist, one of the founders of soviet non-conformism movement, Lev Boyakhchev. Presented the works from the artist’s family collection, most of them – for the first time. […]

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Retrospective exhibition of Tengiz Mirzashvili’s works

In 2010, Gallery “Vanda” (formerly “Hobby”) held the first extensive retrospective exhibition of Tengiz Mirzashvili’s works, which was organized as a part of “Georgian Spirit” festival. More than 300 paintings and graphics covering a large span of time were displayed from the family and private collections. […]

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Merab Abramishvili

Merab Abramishvili’s 2010 exibitions

In December 2010, in the halls of Gallery “Vanda” (formerly “Hobby”) for the first time in Georgia, was held a large-scale retrospective exhibition of works by Merab Abramishvili, where were presented the best 80 works, which were created in 1985 – 2006 and are kept in private collections. The exhibition has become an unforgettable event […]

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Irakli Parjiani’s exibition

Art Gallery “Vanda” (formerly “Hobby”) at the year 2009 presented one of the most famous Georgian artist’s, Irakli Parjiani’s paintings. Exposition included artist’s unknown artworks from the Irakli Parjiani’s family and other private collections. Along with the exhibition, “Magitcom” presented catalogue unique in It’s scope, containing more than 400 artworks. This event highlits the importance […]

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Edmond Kalandadze 2010 exhibition

On May 2010 Art Gallery “Vanda” (formerly “Hobby”) presented exhibition of the famous Georgian artist Edmond Kalandadze. There were 70th of different paintings presented at the exhibition. Along with this event, “Magitcom” presented catalogues containing artworks of Edmond Kalandadze. This exhibiton became an important event in the cultural life of Georgian society. […]

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