Alexander Bandzeladze’s Exhibition is being hosted by ATINATI Cultural Center.
The exhibition will present the artist's unique works "Triptych", which were recently brought back from Europe to Georgia with the support of ATINATI.
In addition to the canvases, graphic works will also be exhibited that reflect different stages of Alexander (Shura) Bandzeladze's art.
Alexander Bandzeladze’s (1927-1992) name is linked with the development of Georgian abstract expressionism, and with the formation of the Georgian non-conformist movement in the 1980s. His work is of major importance in the historical development of new Georgian art.
Bandzeladze was born on February 27th 1927 in Tulun, Russia, where his family had been exiled, returning to Georgia during the repressions of the 1930s
From 1947 to 1949 he studied at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts under the guidance of Sergo Kobuladze. Between 1978 and 1988 he produced the frescoes for St. Mary’s Church in Tbilisi’s Didube district.
Alexander Bandzeladze was one of the first artists who introduced abstract expressionism to Georgia, and influenced the subsequent generations of Georgian artists.
The exhibition will be held until October 22, 2022.
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