about us

Adilkhanian’s work chronicles the Armenian culture with iconic imagery, poetry and symbolism.
Each work of art strives to capture the artist’s memories and experiences. His use of layering small
elements coax the viewer into recollecting their own intimate and personal experiences. In
devoting considerable time and attention one can then begin to fully
appreciate his compositions and in that process gain insight into
the broad range of his predilections

1974-1978 - Yerevan, Armenia, Art College
1978-1984 - Yerevan, Armenia, Institute of the Fine Arts & Theatre
1987 – Member of the Artists of Armenia
1994 - Member of the International Federation of Artists

Most important exhibitions:
2016 - Yerevan, Armenia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Gala Art
2015 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Shedevr
2013 - 14 Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Heritage
2012 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Heritage
2011 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Heritage
2010 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the Central House of Artists
2009 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the Central House of Artists
2009 - Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the International Art-gallery Heritage
2008 – Paris, France. Days of Armenian culture. Exhibition in Orangerie du Jardin du Luxembourg
2007 – La Crescenta, CA, USA. Exhibition under the Auspices of His Eminence Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian, Prelate
2007 – Geneva, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Mimesis gallery
2007 – Baden, Switzerland. Personal exhibition at the gallery Anixis
2005 – Baden, Switzerland. Exhibition at the gallery Anixis
2004 – Laguna Beach, USA. Personal exhibition at the William Merrill gallery
2004 – Zurich, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Art Felchlin gallery
2003 – Zurich, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Art Felchlin gallery
2002 – Glendale, USA. Exhibition at the Armenian Cultural Center
2002 – Ligerz, Switzerland. Exhibition in Aabergerhus (gallery Anixis)
2001 – Moscow, Russia. Charitable auction Operation Smile (De Pury & Luxembourg)
2001 – Tehran, Iran. The Museum of Contemporary Art. Exhibition of Armenian fine artists
2001 – Zurich, Switzerland. Personal exhibition (gallery Anixis)
2000 – Baden, Switzerland. Exhibition at the gallery Anixis
2000 – Washington, USA. Charitable auction Russian Charity Fine Art auction (The Russian Cultural Center)
2000 – Horgen, Switzerland. Exhibition at the DOW Eastern Europe Co.
1999 – Moscow, Russia. Art-Manezh ‘99 (Paradise MGN gallery RU/US)
1999 – Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the ABN-AMRO bank
1999 – Les Diablerets, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Eurotel Victoria
1998 – Montreux, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Eurotel Rivera
1998 – Moscow, Russia. Art Manezh ‘98
1997 – Richterswil, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Presig Center of Culture (Inneman’s gallery)
1997 – Moscow, Russia. Art Manezh ‘97
1996 – Wadenswil, Switzerland. Exhibition at the Inneman’s gallery
1996 – Moscow, Russia. Charitable auction Operation Smile (SOTHEBY’S)
1995 – Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the Ericsson In.
1995 – Moscow, Russia. Exhibition at the Canadian embassy
1995 – Horgen, Switzerland. Exhibition at the DOW Eastern Europe Co.
Armen's Artworks in Museum and Collections

DOW. Switzerland
DOW. Russia
Museum of contemporary art (Moscow, Russia)
Museum of contemporary art (Erevan, Armenia)
NTW Bridge (Canada Russia)
ERICSSON In.
ALTATEX Ac Russian Switzerland
PARADISE MGN gallery, Russia USA
RARAT PARK HYATT, Russia
Art Gallery & private collections, Cape Town, South Africa