Gagik  Ghazanchyan

Gagik Ghazanchyan

“The starting point is the moment of creation of the present between past and future, the perception of uncertainty on the verge of seeming reality.

Understanding the relative permanence of the movement, the extreme tension created by the meeting of consciousness and subconsciousness. Perceiving the tangibility of nonexistence and feeling the reality of its existence at the same time. The goal is a sensual set of emotional experiences - the recognition of contradictions and the record of the consequence as a fact by making sure of the authenticity.”

Gagik Ghazanchyan was born in Yerevan. He studied at Yerevan College of Fine Arts after P. Terlemezyan (1975-1979) and at the Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts from 1984 to 1990.

Has been a member of the Union of Artists of Armenia since 1992.

Gagik Ghazanchyan's works are displayed at the Museum of Modern Art, at Gevorgyan Exhibition Hall in Yerevan, at Khrimian Museum of Echmiadzin, at the Boyajyan Center for the Arts, and in private collections in different countries around the world.

INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS

2019 "Instant Images", Artists' Union of Armenia Hall, Yerevan
2018 Metamorphoses, Syra Arts Gallery, Washington, DC, USA
2016 "Colors from a Far Country", AvestArt, Zurich, Switzerland
2014 "Other images from the city", National Center of Aesthetics, Yerevan
2011 RUF Gallery, Zurich, Switzerland
2010 Museum of Contemporary Art, Yerevan
2009, 2005 March Gallery, Switzerland
2005 Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco, USA
2000 Museum of Art, Washington (sponsored by Phillip Morris International)
2010 Armenian Genocide Commemoration Competition, Geneva, Switzerland

From 1989 to 2019 participation in group exhibitions in Lebanon, Germany, USA, Italy, Switzerland, France, Russia, Georgia and Iran.

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