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GAGIK AVETISYAN Place of birth: Republic of Armenia Nationality Armenian Date of birth: February 20, 1957 Education: 2003-2007 - St. Petersburg State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture after Ilya Repin. Department of Art History and Theory. As an Art Critic 1977-1981 - Armenian State Pedagogical University, Faculty of Art. As an teacher and painter. 1975-1977 - Yerevan College of Fine Arts. As a specialist of Decorative applied art Employment: Since 2012-1916- Director in Abovyan Museum of Armenian and Russian Peoples Friendship Since 2010 - Coordinator of International Festival Armenian Palette Since 2012 - Member of Union Artists of Armenia 2009-2015 - Armenian State Pedagogical University, Department of Art History and Theory, as a professor Since 2000 - Member of Creative Union of Artists of Russia and Artists International Federation. Since 1995 - Member of UNESCO Artists International Federation. 1993-2003 - Yerevan, Maku company. As Deputy Director, Chief Designer 1987-1988 - Yerevan Furniture Factory Consultant of Director 1980-1985 - College of Fine Arts and Technology N8, professor Languages: Armenian, Russian, French Exhibitions: 1985 - Leningrad, Youth Artists Exhibition 1985 - Yerevan, College of Fine Arts and Technology N8, Personality exhibition 1986 - Yerevan, Artists' Union, Soviet All-Union exhibition 1986 - Yerevan, Artists' Union, 1 work in exhibition 1987 - Exhibition dedicated to 70th Anniversary of Revolution 1987 - Yerevan, Artists' Union's youth exhibition 1988 - Yerevan, Artists' Union, Portrait exhibition Armine's portrait was bought by ASSR Ministry of Culture 1991 - Portrait exhibition in UNESCO International Federation 1991 - Southern door of Sevan Saint Apostles' Church, Donation 1992 - Switzerland, Geneva, Montmartre-Sur- Molard, International Painting Exhibition-Contest, 60 countries, Grand Prix 1993 - Switzerland, Geneva, personal exhibition 1994 Sankt-Prtersburg, Academy of Fine Arts, exhibition 1995 - Sankt-Prtersburg, Open-air exhibition 1997 - France, Lyon, 1 work in exhibition 1999 - Sankt Petersburg, Russian Art Museum, 1 work in exhibition 2000 - Hungary, Budapest, Open-air personal exhibition 2001- Hungary, Budapest, exhibition 2003 - Hungary, Budapest, exhibition 2006 - Sankt-Prtersburg, 5-painters exhibition, Brodski museum 2006 - Leningrad, exhibition of 5 young artists 2011 - Yerevan, Eghegnadzor, Vayots Dzor in autumn, Armenian Pallete fine arts festival, coordinator-participant 2011 - Yerevan, Spring Syunik colors, Armenian Pallete fine arts festival, coordinator, participant 2011 - Gyumri, Yerevan, Shirak summer colors, Armenian Pallete fine arts festival, coordinator, participant 2011 - August 6-26 The first international Plein air painting festival (Armenia, Russia, Belarus), Artsakh, Vayots Dzor, Gyumri, Lori, Tavush, Gegharkunik, Yerevan: Project author, coordinator-participant 2011 - Vanadzor, Yerevan, Lorva Dzor. Colors of Debed plain Armenian palette festival, coordinator-participant 2011 - Yerevan, Panarmenian exhibition with Russian and Belarusian painters 2012 - Yerevan, Aparan nature, Armenian palette festival, Coordinator, participant 2012 - Elblag-European Cultural center, Svyadovid, Poland, Impresje festival 2012 - Riga, Vilnyus, Tallin, Armenian painters exhibition 2012 - Yerevan, Exhibition dedicated to 90th anniversary of the Yerevan State Pedagogical University 2013 - Harbin, EXPO-2013 2014 - Yerevan "Old-New Yerevan", Artists' Union 2015 - Yerevan "Revival" the organizer and participant of the exhibition, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide (65 participants from 8 countries) 2015 - Yerevan, the exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, Artists' Union 2015 - Yerevan Municipality, "Yerevan through the eyes of foreign artists" (organizer, participant) 2015 - Lithuania, Vilnius Town Hall Square, the open-air event dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. Author panel "History of Armenia (200x300). Awards 1992 - GRAND PRIX Switzerland, Geneva, Montmartre-Sur- Molard, International Painting Exhibition-Contest, 60 countries. 2016- DIPLOMA and GRIGOR NAREKATSI MEDAL Respublic of Armenia, For having a valuable contribution instrengthening and developing international cultural ties between Armenia and foreign countries. G. Avetisyan works are now in personal collections and in museums in Yerevan, NKR (Nagorno-Karabakh Republic), Saint Petersburg, Geneva, Lyon, Paris, Budapest, Los Angeles, Rome, Zurich, Harbin and so on.
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