Events

Vernissage/ Igor Ustinov & Magic of Georgia /June 9, 2016/
18.06.2016 Vernissage/ Igor Ustinov & Magic of Georgia  /June 9, 2016/

                              Gallery Geneva

ArtDynasty Gallery, Geneva welcomed more than 200 guests to its joint opening exhibition of a guest artist, Igor Ustinov, a famous sculptor, for his 19 bronze masterpieces as well as its own collection of more than 60 paintings from over 12 reknowned Georgian artists that illuminate their love of their motherland, Georgia.

Private event / ArtDynasty and Art School DETAILS / May, 26/
05.06.2016 Private event / ArtDynasty and Art School DETAILS / May, 26/

                               Gallery Moscow          

Design School “Details” in collaboration with the fine art gallery ArtDynasty, Moscow hosted a pink tea reception at the historic noble mansion belonging to ArtDynasty. This mansion houses many rare and unique art objects that were accumulated by ArtDynasty experts for many years. The venue was not chosen randomly. Upon entering the mansion, the guests made a breath-taking journey though time by experiencing the authentic atmosphere of 19th century European aristocratic tastes and decor.

Conference 2/ Georgian art after The Second World War/ May, 25/
16.05.2016 Conference 2/ Georgian art after The Second World War/ May, 25/

                              Gallery Geneva

As Barnett Newman said, “After the monstrosity of the war, what do we do? What is there to paint? We have to start all over again.” In USSR there were no doubts what to paint. The Government stated a clear message: Art should depict a Communist future and a glorious present.

Vernissage/ David Magradze: A Dream Comes from Afar /May,13/
09.05.2016 Vernissage/ David Magradze: A Dream Comes from Afar /May,13/                                 Gallery Forte del Marmi 

The exhibition of Georgian artist, David Magradze, opened at ArtDynasty gallery in Forte Dei Marmi, Italy.

Conference 1 /Breaking point period in history of Georgian Art /April, 28/
22.04.2016 Conference 1 /Breaking point period in history of Georgian Art /April, 28/

                               Gallery Geneva

Was dedicated to the "breaking point" period in history of Georgian Art. This topic constantly revokes a great interest not only among art lovers but also professionals.