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“Three Generations of Armenian Art”

Opening Reception: Friday, October 13, 2006 5-9 pm
Show Dates: October 13 – October 15, 2006
Closing Reception: October 15, 2006 1-4 pm

Providence, RI (August 18, 2006) Gallery Z invites you to join us on Friday, October 13, 2006 from 5-9 pm for the opening of “Three Generations of Armenian Art,” an exhibition of paintings by artists Vagharashak, Robert, and Areg Elibekian. The show will be on display from October 13 through October 15, 2006. The individual works of three generations of world-renowned artists; grandfather, father, and son, will be brought together in Providence for three days only. Father and son Robert and Areg will be present at the opening and closing receptions.

Vagharashak Elibekian (1910-1994) of Tbilisi, Georgia lived his life as a stage director by day, painter by night, spending many years as the director of Tblisi’s Armenian Theatre. Vagharashak focused his paintings on Tbilisi’s past and present, capturing the memories of his daily life on canvas. His depictions of parties, parades, and elegant landscapes are filled with color and emotion, bringing the daily events and good spirited scenes of the streets to life.

Vagharashak’s son, Robert Elibekian (1941-), was also born in Tblisi, but moved to Yerevan, Armenia at age 15. In 1969, he graduated from Yerevan’s Institute of Drama and Fine Arts, and moved on to create costumes and set designs for plays, ballets, operas, and films. Don Quixote, Traviata, Gayané, Andouni, and Paiazio are a few among the many productions that Robert has contributed his talents to. Robert’s work is exhibited in permanent collections both nationally and internationally.

Areg Elibekian (1970-) was born in Yerevan, Armenia. Following in his father Robert’s footsteps, Areg graduated from Yerevan’s Institute of Drama and Fine Arts in 1992. His works are highly influenced by the impressionist style and are focused mainly on upper middle class urban landscapes. Areg repeatedly returns to Paris, France, where he paints on the streets and participates in a joint exhibition with his father every three years. His works have also been exhibited in Elibekian family shows in Boston, Belgium, Lebanon, and Brussels, among others.