See gravure printing at Karvasla display of artist Ashot Ter-Khalifyan

The exhibition will present a retrospective of gravure works. Photo: courtesy of the artist., 02 Feb 2018 - 16:57, Tbilisi,Georgia

Art enthusiasts fascinated by gravure printing are invited to a Karvasla museum display next week in which artist Ashot Ter-Khalifyan will exhibit his works for the first time in Georgia in two decades.

Titled 20 Years After, the retrospective exhibition will involve nearly 40 works created in lithography and linocut as well as mixed technique.

They will be showcased through the themes A View from the Window and Black and White World.

Exhibits selected for the event have been created with three different techniques. Photo: courtesy of the artist.

Created in the late 1990s and early 2000s, the works will be accompanied by musical motifs from Ter-Khalifyan at the event.

Beside the showcase of the visual works, 20 Years After will also feature a performance by a musical band formed by the artist.

Showcased via two themes, the works will also feature musical motifs created for them. Photo: courtesy of the artist.

Ashot Ter-Khalifyan studied at the Faculty of Easel Graphics at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts from 1995 before exhibiting his works in Russia and Europe.

His first display in Georgia in 20 years will be hosted at the Karvasla venue (formally known as the Tbilisi History Museum) from February 5-15.