We would like to invite you for a very unique experience of visiting the home/studio of great Georgian artist Ekaterine Bagdavadze (1916-1975).

You will explore a remarkable collection of her artworks, which are not available anywhere else. Engage in conversations with her son and granddaughter, who will share interesting details about her life and artistic style.

Before visiting the artist's home & studio you will have the opportunity to explore the "we see items" gallery space and learn more about the contemporary art scene in Georgia.

Price: 60 gel
Duration: 2,5-3 hours
Date: 23rd of March
Time: 14:00

The price Includes:
- Services of an experienced and qualified guide specializing in the field of the arts, particularly with a background of working in the art world in Tbilisi.
- Transportation
- Drinks at artist's house

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Ekaterine (Katerina) Bagdavadze, born in 1916 in Tbilisi, Georgia, embarked on her artistic journey at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts from 1936 to 1941. Her works are renowned for their expressiveness, capturing the essence of her subjects with remarkable depth.

Throughout her career, Ekaterine garnered numerous awards in Georgia and earned widespread acclaim among her contemporaries. Recognized as an Honored Artist of Georgia and a member of the Georgian Artists' Union since 1948, she played a significant role in shaping the country's artistic landscape.

In 1958, Ekaterine received a special order for her contributions to the development of Georgian Art, followed by the Special Prize of Honored Public Figure of Art in 1960. Her artistic legacy continues to thrive through numerous solo exhibitions, both domestically at the National Gallery of Art and abroad.

The works of Ekaterine Bagdavadze are cherished treasures, housed in various museums across Georgia, including the Georgian National Museum, the G. Leonidze State Museum of Georgian Literature, and the Ambrolauri Museum of Fine Arts. Additionally, her pieces adorn private collections, reflecting her enduring influence and lasting impact on the art world.

Ekaterine Bagdavadze passed away in 1975 in Tbilisi, yet her artistic legacy endures, with frequent solo exhibitions celebrating her work both in Georgia and internationally.
20th Century famous Georgian artist home & studio visit
About Ekaterine Bagdavadze.
exhibition at Silk Factory, 2020
exhibition at Silk Factory, 2020