1958 – born in Tbilisi, Georgia
1981 – graduated from the State Academy of Fine Arts in Tbilisi
1983-1987 – director of the Artists' House's "creative fine art studio" in Tbilisi
1986-1989 – chairman of Georgia's Young Artists' Union
2011-present – owner of his personal art gallery, the “Lagidze Gallery”, in Tbilisi

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Levan Lagidze's works are kept in:


  • The Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia;
  • The Modern Art Museum, Moscow, Russia;
  • The National Picture Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia;
  • The Batumi State Gallery, Batumi, Georgia;
  • The Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, NJ, U.S.A;
  • The Gertsev Gallery, Moscow, Russia; and in
  • The "TMS" Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia; as well as in
  • Private collections in Georgia, Russia, France, Germany, USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, South Africa and Poland.


Group Exhibitions:

2009 – Oc-Eo Art – Contemporary and Modern Fine Art, London, UK;
2008 – The Alla Bulyanskaya Gallery, London, UK;
2004 – Silent Auction to benefit the American Friends of Georgia – Doyle, New York, USA;
1998 – ART SALON’98, Moscow, Russia;
1997 – “Going Back”, TMS Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia;
1996 – Galerie Seidel am Domhof, Cologne, Germany;
1994 – “The Bigining”. CA Global AC, Vienna, Austria;
1994 – Georgian Art, Steiner Haus, Bonn, Germany;
1993 – Georgian Art, Riviera Gallery, London, UK;
1990 – Georgian School - Drouot Auction, Paris, France;
1986 – Retrospective of Georgian Art, Central House of Artists, Moscow, Russia.

Solo Exhibitions:

2012 – Modern Art Museum, Kuwait City;
2011 – Opening of the Lagidze Gallery (Levan Lagidze’s private gallery), Tbilisi, Georgia;
2010 – Exhibition Hall of Europe House, Tbilisi, Georgia;
2010, 2009, 2008, 2007 – Chardin Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia;
2006, 2005, 2004, 1998, 1995 – TMS Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia;
1994 – Central House of Artists, presented by Gertsev Gallery, Moscow, Russia;
1990 – Georgian Center of Culture “Mziuri”, Moscow, Russia;
1989 – House of Artists, Tbilisi, Georgia.