Events

Conference 5 / Landscapes in Soviet art / November, 3/
01.11.2016 Conference 5 / Landscapes in Soviet art / November, 3/

                               Gallery Geneva

In the development of Soviet painting, landscape played an important role. Soviet landscape painters, along with representatives of other genres of painting not only displayed the new reality, but also expressed a new outlook in their works, a new system of feelings and thoughts of the Soviet people. 

Conference 4 /Gold in art /October, 6/
30.09.2016 Conference 4 /Gold in art /October, 6/

                               Gallery Geneva

The art cannot be separated from a historical view of the period itself. This strong link is generally recognized today. It is clear that the meaning of gold in present-day art doesn’t make sense unless we compare it with gold grounds in the Middle Ages. But are we talking about similarities or differences? 

Vernissage/ Vibrancy/ September, 15/
17.09.2016 Vernissage/ Vibrancy/ September, 15/

                              Gallery Geneva

On the 15th of September, ArtDynasty Gallery Geneva proudly presented a new exhibition “Vibrancy”. Gallery Curators were able to create an unique atmosphere revealing the main theme of the exhibition- the vibrancy language as one of the ways of communication and the world exploration.  

Presentation of the artist Wojciech Mucha /August, 31/
09.09.2016 Presentation of the artist Wojciech Mucha /August, 31/

                              Gallery Geneva

ArtDynasty, Geneva welcomed more than 80 guests to its opening exhibition of works by Wojciech Mucha (1945-2008) a famous Geneva architect and artist.

Retrospective of his works will be held until September 30, 2016 at ArtDynasty.

Conference 3 /Soviet Georgia in Graphic art/ July, 20/
16.07.2016 Conference 3 /Soviet Georgia in Graphic art/ July, 20/

                              Gallery Geneva

Georgia due to its geographic situation on the cross-road of such culturally diverse neighbors as Turkey, Armenia, Russia, Iran enriched their cultural heritage.