Zurab Tsereteli presented a statue dedicated to famous Russian poetess Marina Tsvetaeva to the school museum in order to commemorate 125 years since her birth. Inauguration of the Monument to Marina Tsevetaeva in Moscow
Zurab Tsereteli created a bronze monument to Russian novelist and short story writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn, which was installed to commemorate 100 years since the birth of the latter. Inauguration of the Monument to Alexander Solzhenitsyn in Kislovodsk
Zurab Tsereteli attended the unveiling ceremony of the monument to the renowned Russian playwright, poet, diplomat and composer Alexander Griboedov. 2.1 meter statue was presented to the Theatre by the artists as a gift. Unveiling of the Monument of Alexander Griboedov in Tbilisi
Grand Palais, 3 Avenue du Général Eisenhower Paris,75008France
From April 4th to 7th 2019, Art Paris will bring together 150 modern and contemporary art galleries from 20 countries in the magnificent Grand Palais. Zurab's works can be found in exhibition space B18 - learn more about the works that will be exhibited here.
Exhibition Center ExpoGeorgia, 118 Tsereteli Ave Tbilisi,0119Georgia
Aligning itself with the historical position of Georgia, The Tbilisi Art Fair stands at the crossroad where East meets West to offer international exposure to a vibrant emerging art scene from the Caucasus, Central and Eastern Europe!
Heydar Aliyev Center, 1 Heydar Aliyev prospekti Baku,1033Azerbaijan
The Moscow Museum of Modern Art, together with the Heydar Aliyev Center and the Russian Academy of Arts, present the exhibition Possible Dimensions. The project will continue the series of anniversary exhibitions celebrating the Russian-Georgian artist Zurab Tsereteli, timed to coincide with his 85th anniversary. Possible Dimensions represents Zurab Tsereteli’s fruitful creative career, including works influenced by his encounters with the world-renowned maestros Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, and Robert Rauschenberg. The project brings together more than 30 works from Moscow,…
Istanbul Convention and Exhibition Center, Harbiye Mahallesi, Gümüş Cad. No.4, Istanbul,34367Turkey
Contemporary Istanbul is the leading annual art fair in Turkey, situated at the meeting point of Europe and Asia in one of the great cities of the world. The fair takes place each September and offers a platform for the city’s thriving art scene, growing art market and collector base, as well as an access point to the best contemporary art from the wider region. See Zurab's work at the fair from September 11th-15th, in booth A404.