Biography


Born on 8 July 1984 in Yerevan, Armenia.

Member of Artists’ Union of Armenia since 2007.

Lecturer in Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts since 2010.

 

Awards

2006 – Laureate of State Prize of the President of Republi c of Armenia
Education

2001 – Graduate of Terlemezyan State College of Fine Arts, Yerevan (Armenia)

2007 – Graduate of Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts, Yerevan (Armenia)

2010 – P.H.D. in Art History, Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts, Yerevan (Armenia)

 

Exhibitions

Since 2001 Participated in a number of republican, international and personal exhibitions.

Including:

2003 – Republican Youth Exhibition at the Artist’s Union of Armenia. Prize for the “Best Painting Works”. Yerevan, Armenia

2004 – Exhibition called: “Aims of Development of the Millennium” at the UN Representation Office in Yerevan. Armenia

2005 – International Visual Art Convention / expo 2005.

2005 – Exhibition dedicated to the 90th anniversary of the “Armenian Genocide”. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2006 – Exhibition at the centre of Contemporary Experimental Art. Yerevan. Armenia

2007 – “Salon 2007” at Central House of Artists in Moscow. Russia

2007 – “Second Forum of Creative and Scientific Intellectuals of countries of CIS. Exhibition “Art of the Nation”. Palace of Peace and Solidarity. Astana, Kazakhstan

2008 – “Armenian Landscape” at the Artist’s Union of Armenia. Yerevan. Armenia

2009 – “Love Magic”. Exhibition in New York. USA

2009 – A participant of the 6-th international games of Francophonie. Exhibition in UNESCO palace. Beirut, Lebanon.

2009 – 53-rd Venetian International Biennale. Venice, Italy

2009 – Exhibition in Summer Festival on Long Island. New York, USA

2009 – “Double Vision”. Exhibition in New York, USA

2010 – “Contemporary Armenian Art” New York, USA

2010 – Exhibition of the Laureates of the President’s State Prize in Fine Arts

2001-2010. Artist’s Union of Armenia. Yerevan. Armenia

2011 – Exhibition in “Ode To Art Gallery”. Singapour

2011 – Exhibition of the artworks of professors and lecturers of Yerevan State
Academy of Fine Arts dedicated to the 65-th anniversary of the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan.

2011 – Sixth Forum of Creative and Scientific Intellectuals of countries of CIS. Exhibition “Kiev with eyes of young artists from CIS” in T. Shevchenko National University exhibition-hall. Kiev, Ukrain

Since 2011 Arthur Hovhannisyan’s paintings are exposed in “Arame Art Gallery”. Yerevan. Armenia

2012 – “Arame Art Gallery. Grand Opening”. Yerevan. Armenia

2012 – “Exhibition dedicated to the 20th anniversary of the liberation of Shushi” Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2012 – Exhibition. “Symphony of Colors” Beirut, Lebanon

2012 – “Selected Artists. New generation.New talents ” Arame art gallery. Yerevan, Armenia

2012 – Art Expo “Contemporary Istanbul”. Istanbul

2013 – Exhibition “Art United the Continent”. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2013 – Exhibition of the artworks of professors and lecturers of Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts. “Albert and Tove Boyajian” exhibition hall. Yerevan, Armenia

2013 – Exhibition of Armenian Modern Art Devoted to the 10th Anniversary of Arame Art Gallery. Yerevan, Armenia

2014 – “Selected Art Works” Exhibition 2014. Arame Art Gallery. Yerevan, Armenia

2014 – Personal exhibition. “Land in harmony”. Armenian Museum of America. Boston, USA

2014 – Exhibition “Old and new Yerevan”. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2015 – Exhibition dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Armenian Genocide. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2015 – Exhibition dedicated to 70th anniversary of Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts. Artist’s Union of Armenia, Yerevan, Armenia

2016 – Exhibition “Paris” Albert & Tove Boyajian Gallery. Yerevan, Armenia

2016 – BIBART Biennale. Bari, Italy. Prizes “Critic’s Prize” and “People’s Prize”

2017 – Exhibition “Library of Colors”. GNM, National Gallery of Tbilisi. Tbilisi, Georgia

2017 – Exhibition “Colors for the Planet” UNESCO Headquarters in Paris. Paris, France