Alexandre Beridze

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Alexandre Beridze
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Born31 July 1975
Alma materApollon Kutateladze Tbilisi State Academy of Fine Arts, Georgia
Known forPainting
StyleAbstractionism, expressive suprematism
AwardsIn 2014 won Sandro Botticelli award that is given every year in Florence to the distinguished contemporary artists

Alexandre Beridze (born 31 July 1975 in Stavropolsky krai, USSR) — is an abstract artist who lives and works mostly in France and Russia. Previously he had been working for a long time in graphic design and interior design.

Biography[edit]

Alexandre Beridze was born in Stavropolsky Kraj in 1975, he is a grandson of a Russian painter Fedor Kholenkov. He graduated from Tbilisi Academy of Fine Arts. In 2000 Alexandre moved to France and worked as a graphic designer for various advertising agenсies in Paris. For two years Alexandre had been working at Philippe Starck's creative laboratory where he took master class on the theory of minimalism called “Less is more”. Also in Paris he was involved in designing interiors of private houses and boutiques as well as visual merchandising for Kenzo, Sonia Rykiel, Galeries Lafayette and many others. In 2012 Alexandre designed the interior of a Michelin restaurant Le Parvis in a French town of Saintes. He also had a number of projects in Baku and Moscow, e.g. interior design for Lux Émotion boutique in Vremena Goda shopping mall in Moscow.

Since 2005 Alexandre has regularly participated in art exhibitions. Among the most noticeable ones recently was his personal exhibition in Adler Gallery Paris (75, Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, Paris) in 2011. Bertrand Saint Vincent, the editor-in-chief of a renowned French newspaper Le Figaro, wrote an article about this exhibition that appeared on the front page on 8 March 2011. The same year Alexandre participated in Art Paris Art Fair and Florence Biennale, and in 2014 he had his personal exhibition in Art House, Monaco.

Art critics point out rich color palette of Alexandre Beridze’s works, his experiments with coloristics, various painting techniques and graphic images. The artist has formulated his own art theory and called it “Lines of Color”. This theory gave the name to the exhibition in Adler Gallery, which, basing on the idea of spectrum, stated that everything around us consists of color fragments and lines that together form the whole picture.

Alexandre calls his art style ‘expressive suprematism’: he creates new visual dimension through the combination of abstraction and geometry.

There is a permanent kaleidoscope in front of our eyes. And the beauty exists only in the soul of a person who watches

— Alexandre Beridze

Alexandre Beridze’s paintings can be found in the collections of such celebrities as Ivana Trump, Joan Collins and many others.

Awards and prizes[edit]

In 2014 Alexandre Beridze won Sandro Botticelli award that is given every year in Florence to the distinguished contemporary artists.

Exhibitions[edit]

  • 11 November - 31 December — Personal exhibition “Fragments”, Art Thema Gallery, Brussels, Belgium
  • October 2016 — Collective exhibition in Instant Art; Saintes; France
  • September 2016 — Personal exhibition in Pontaillac Art Gallery; France
  • August 2014 — Personal exhibition in Art House, Monaco
  • February 2013 — Personal exhibition in Orel Gallery, Paris, France
  • June–July 2012 — Exhibition in Quai des Artiste, Monaco
  • 3–8 December 2011 — Florence Biennale, Italy
  • 20 July – 15 August 2011 — International Autumn Fair, Sarria, Spain
  • 31 March – 3 April 2011 — Art Paris, Paris, France
  • 1 March – 2 April 2011 — Pas Sage Gallery, Saintes, France
  • 11 February – 5 March 2011 — Personal exhibition “Lines of Color”, Adler Gallery, Paris, France
  • 23 October – 7 November 2010 — 9th exhibition of contemporary art within the program of ‘Year of Russia in France’.
  • 12–17 March 2010 — London art 2010, Waldorf Palace, London, Great Britain.

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