Leila Shelia

Born 20.07.1953, Georgia. Graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1978, Member of Union of Georgia Artists since 1974 Georgian Artists exhibition

2022 – Group Exhibition, Zimmerli Art Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey. 2022 – Tbilisi Art Fair

2022 – Group Exhibition, Gallery 4710

2021 – Group Exhibition, Georgian Museum of Fine Arts “30 Years – Abstraction in Decades”

2019 – Tbilisi Art Fair 

2019 – Solo Exhibition, Georgian Museum of Fine Arts

2019 – Group Exhibition, Flag Art Group “Georgian artists in launch of New Jersey Gallery”

2018 – Solo Exhibition Lado Gudiashvili Exhibition Hall

2016 – Solo Exhibition Georgian National Museum Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery

2014 – was published the artists album with support of Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia

2013 – Solo Exhibition “Gallery Chardin” Tbilisi

2012 – Solo Exhibition “Galla Gallery “Tbilisi

2011 – Solo Exhibition Museum Karvasla” Tbilisi

2010 – Solo Exhibition “TBC” Tbilisi

2009 – Solo Exhibition, Baia Gallery Tbilisi 

2007 – Solo Exhibition, Caucasian House, Paris France

2001 – Georgian Art Group Exhibition. UNESCO, Paris. France

1998 – Solo Exhibition State Museum of Tbilisi, Georgia

1992 – Group exhibition Gallery “Roswitha  Benkert” , Switzerland

1993 – “Art of Georgia” France Conte, Brussels Belgium

1991 -Group exhibition Gallery “Drouot” paris, France

1990 – Gallery “Brok” Barcelona, Spain


Tbilisi, Georgia. State Museum of Modern Art.

London, United Kingdom. Johnston Sebastian. Private collection.

Paris, France.  Alexander Glezer. Private collection.

Vienna, Austria. Leopold Bausbeck. Private collection.

Stockholm, Sweden. Per Gahrton. Private collection.

Paris, France. Gallery “Drouot Richelieu -Salle 9”.

London, United Kingdom. Nicholas Meinertzhagen. Private collection.

Zurich, Switxerlamd.  Stepanie von Harrach. Private collection.

Tbilisi, Georgia. Bidzina Ivanishvili. Private collection.

Zurich, Switzerland.  Philipp Pott. Private collection.

Jenewa, Switzerland. Elizabeth Hoff.  Private collection.

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