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Alexander Varvaridze is visual artist best known for his paintings and photography. His portraits show him as an emotional painter rather than a realist, which gives him a lot of room for interpretation. 

When an artist is planning to create a new artwork, it first appears in the sphere of thought-form and subsequently manifests at the material level. Thoughts are material, as are other things in our world, but they vibrate on a higher level of frequency than our eyes are able to see at this period of our existence.

Alexander's work could be seen in numerous group and solo shows both nationally and abroad


Main Exhibitions:

2016 - Group Art Show, Europe House Georgia, 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
2008 - Personal Exhibition, Gallery "Academy+", 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
2006 - Group Art Show, Gallery "Kopala", 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
2001 - Georgian Art Exhibition,
Nuremberg, Germany 
2001 - Georgian Art Exhibition,
Berlin, Germany 
2001 - Group Art Show, "N" Gallery,
Tbilisi, Georgia 
2000 - Personal Exhibition, Exhibition Hall "Tapi",
Tbilisi, Georgia 
2000 - "Digital Art" Group Exhibition, Club "Sardapi",
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1999 - Group Art Show, Stadtische Gallery,
Hilden, Germany 
1999 - Group Art Show, Georgian Art Exhibition,
Köln, Germany
1999 - Group Art Show, UN WEEK, Un House,
Tbilisi, Georgia
1998 - Group Art Show, Atelier Maria Es,
Maastricht, Netherlands 
1997 - Personal Exhibition, The Art Center in Haag Georgienne,
Netherlands 
1997 - Personal Exhibition, Modern Art Center,
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1996 - Group Art Show, Tbilisi History Museum,
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1996 - Group Art Show, Christmas Festival, The National Gallery,
Tbilisi , Georgia 
1996 - Personal Exhibition, Art Center "Tessandra",
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1995 - Group Art Show, ''Hobby'' Gallery, 
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1995 - Group Art Show, Diplomatic Building,
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1995 - Group Art Show, Gallery "Despani"
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1994 - Group Art Show, Tbilisi History Museum,
Tbilisi, Georgia 
1994 - Personal Exhibition, Tbilisi History Museum,
Tbilisi, Georgia