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About Roumelian Vahan

Biography

1963: Born in Yerevan.

1986: Graduated from P.Terlemezian  Fine Arts  College, Yerevan.

1987: Joins Alternative Art Movement the Third Floor.

1988: Studying Abstract Art in Paris.

1991: Graduated from Fine Arts Institute, Yerevan.

1991: Visits the UK & France studying Contemporary Art.

 

International Exhibitions

2011: Carrousel du Louvre, Paris

2011: ArtMonaco’11, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco.

2010: ArtMonaco’10, Grimaldi Forum, Monaco.

2010:  “Colours of Armenia”, Yerevan, Milan, Paris, Vienna.

2009:  International ArtExpo, Beijing.

2008:   ArtExpo New York.

2008:   Castel Sant Angelo, Rome.

2007    Orangerie du Jardin du Luxembourg, Paris.

2007    Arteclasica 2007(Invited to Meeting Cultures Program), Buenos Aires.

2006    Art Expo Montreal.

2006    International Art Expo New York, Jacob Javit’s Convention Centre.

2005   Galleria d’Arte Rinascimento, Florence.

2004   Art Philadelphia 2004, Pennsylvania Convention Center.

2004:  WCAF Show, Hilton Convention Center, Las Vegas.

2004:  “A way to Neo-Abstractionism”, Moscow.

2001:  EURO’ART, V Salon International d’Artistes Contemporanis, Barcelona.

1999:  ARTUEL, Salon International d’Art Contemporain, Beirut.

1998:  First International Biennial, Gyumri.

1997:  PISO-3 Centre Culturel BORGES, Buenos Aires.

1991:  Salon des Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris.

1989: “Happenings”, Lithuania, Banevijis, Baltic States.

1989: “International Exhibition”, Tsentralni Dom KhudoJnikov, Moscow.

1989  “International Exhibition”, Artists’ House, Moscow.

1989:  Salon des Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris.

 

Exhibitions

2011: AGBU Demirdjian Center, Dbayeh.

2010: Noah’s Ark Art gallery, Zalka.

2009: Pyunik Gallery, Aztag, Bourdj Hamoud.

2007:  Karly Residence Gallery, Beirut.

2005: Noah’s Ark Art Gallery, Beirut.

2005: Academy gallery Oil on Canvas, Yerevan.

2004: First Floor Gallery, Yerevan.
2004: A galleey “A Way to Neo-Abstractionism”, Moscow.

2003: Akanat Gallery (The Dynamics of Abstractionism in Armenia).

2002: Beyond Icons, Northern Indiana Art Association, Munster, Indiana.

2002: Entrance? New Art from Post Soviet Armenian? Australian Exhibition Center, Chicago.

2001: Beyond Icons, National Gallery, Yerevan.

2001: First Floor Gallery “Crossroads”, Yerevan.

2000: Paintings at Daimler Chrysler Cultural Center, Moscow, Russian Federation.

2000: Virtual Art, Armenian Center of Contemporary Experimental Art (ACCEA), Yerevan.

2000: NPAK (Center for Contemporary Experimental Art), Yerevan.

1998: Caribe Galeria de Arte, Sao Paolo.

1998: « Windows to Armenia», Chicago, Illinois.

1998: I Biennale in Gyumri, Armenia.

1997: Noah’s Ark Art Gallery, “Abstract Art”, Beirut.

1996:  Group Exhibition, Moscow.

1995: “Contemporary Art of Armenia 80-95” Central House of Artist, Moscow.

1995: “Bochum Museum”, Bochum, Germany.

1994:  Abstractionism in Armenia, Artists’ Union, Yerevan.

1991:  Salon des Indépendants, Grand Palais, Paris.
1991:  Third Floor, Gallery  les Cents, Paris.

1989: “Happenings”, Lithuania, Banevijis, Baltic States.
1989:  Contemporary Youth Art exhibition, Moscow.

1989:  Third Floor, Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpetiere, Paris.

1987:  Artists’ Union, Third Floor, Yerevan.

 

 

Museums and Collections

1.      Danielle Francois Mitterand, Paris.

2.      Daimler Chrysler Cultural Center, Moscow.

3.      Modern Art Museum of Armenia.

4.      Teran Museum of Contemporary Art.

5.      History Museum of Armenia.

6.      Kathryn Hixson,  (C.A.C.A.) Cicago.

7.      Philip Mardson, Art Critic, London.

8.      Bertzor Modern Art Museum, Artsak.


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