The National Gallery of Armenia is the country’s major art gallery. Its collection is displayed in 56 galleries, which allow the Gallery to tell the story of national visual arts, decorative-applied arts as well as world culture from ancient times to our days. In the galleries of European, Russian, Armenian and Oriental art the visitors are introduced to the art of Aivazovsky, Sarian, Kandinsky, Donatello and other distinguished artists.
28.11.2014 - 30.12.2014
Paravon Mirzoyan Artworks Exhibitions On the 28th of November, at 14:00, the National Gallery of Armenia will host the exhibition of Paravon Mirzoyan, People’s Painter of Armenia and Laureate of State Prize.
08.10.2014 - 03.11.2014
Teodor Axentowicz Artworks Exhibition On October 7, the National Gallery of Armenia will welcome the artworks exhibition of Polish-Armenian painter Teodor Axentowicz. The exhibition will be held under the patronage of the presidents of the two countries. About forty-five works will be represented.
25.09.2014 - 25.09.2014
K. Donelaitis – “The Seasons” Presentation of the Armenian edition of the poem In the frames of the Armenian –Lithuanian cultural cooperation on September 25, at 17.00 the presentation of K. Donelaitis’s poem “The Seasons” translated in Armenian will take place at the National Gallery of Armenia. The presentation is dedicated to the writer’s 300th anniversary.
18.12.2014 - 18.12.2014
Musical evening and CD presentation of Lithuanian composers M. Čiurlionis and B. Dvarionas On December 18, a concert of Lithuanian composers M. Čiurlionis and B. Dvarionas will take place at the National Gallery of Armenia. The musical compositions will be performed by the Honoured Art Worker of RA, pianist Hayk Melikyan.
18.09.2014 - 16.10.2014
Daniel Varoujan Hejinian <<Peace of Art>> From September 18th to October 16th, 2014, in 17:00, the National Gallery of Armenia in Yerevan will host a Peace of Art exhibit by artist Daniel Varoujan Hejinian, organized by the Republic of Armenia Ministry of the Diaspora. This is the first Peace of Art exhibit outside the United States; it celebrates the 23rd anniversary of the Independence of Armenia, and commemorates the centennial of the Armenian Genocide.