Lado Gudiashvili Exhibition Hall
ADDRESS: 11 L. Gudiashvili St.; TEL: (+995 32) 293 23 05 WORKING HOURS: every day, except Mondays and official holidays 11:00 – 18:30. TICKET PRICE: Adults – 5 GEL; Youth from 6-18 – 3 GEL; Students and pensioners (with ID) – 3 GEL; Admission is free for orphan groups (with proof of status) and for children under 6. Upon the initiative of Lado Gudiasvili’s family, a part of the former living space of the artist has been kept as an exhibition hall since 2011. The three-leveled, elegant exhibition space of Lado Gudiashvili Exhibition Hall is officially open to the public. In addition to the artist’s permanent exhibitions, the Exhibition Hall also holds temporary showings, lectures and seminars covering all aspects of contemporary art. The main profile of the Exhibition Hall is to provide a permanent platform for visitors to view Gudiashvili’s works by providing temporary exhibitions of his affluent heritage. Lado Gudiashvili (1896-1980) was one of the most prominent Georgian artists of the 20th century. He graduated from the Tbilisi School of Fine Arts in 1914. In 1919 he moved to Paris to study at Ronson’s “Free Academy” (1919-1926). The painter was also an active member of Paris’ vibrant art scene.