Adjara Art Museum

  • Address: 8, Gorgiladze str., 6010, Batumi
    Phone: (+995 0422) 27 38 94, 27 62 28
    Date of establishment: 1998
    Judicial Status of the Museum: The Legal Public Entity (Ministry of Education, Culture and Sport of Ajara)
    Type (profile): art
    Quantity of stored items: 415

    Museum collection description: The museum houses paintings of famous Georgian and foreign artists (Niko Pirosmani, D. Kakabadze, L. Gudiashvili, E. Akhvlediani, S. Bakalovich, A. Zommer, N. Ignatov, A. Zankovski, etc.) and drawing works (N. Churgulia, R. Petviashvili, L. Zambakhidze, G.Tseretelietc.) sculpture (E. Pantareli's "Nymph and a Little Faun", G. Ochiauri's "Portrait", etc.), as well as samples of decorative art (ceramics, woodcuts, glasswork, engravings, tapestry).

    Working hours: Everyday except Monday, 10.00 – 18.00
    Ticket price: Adults - 2 GEL, Students – 1 GEL, Schoolchildren - 0.50 GEL
    Free of charge: Children less than 6 years of age and homeless children, employees of Museums, ICOM members, People with disabilities, soldiers, refugees.

    Exhibitions: Exhibition of Pablo Picasso, Exhibition dedicated to Knut Hamsun – “Journey to Georgia”, “Sculpture in open ear”(exhibition in museum garden), “Peace’s way” (Georgian textile), presentation of Art-Biennale –Mearb Abramishvili’s exhibition, R. Enhardt (Holland) exhibition-action, Exhibition of the works of the Professors Tbilisi Academy of Art and Ankara Bilkent University etc.
    Educational Programmes: Museum has Sunday Art studio for children and library. Programmes: “The Louvre Chalcography”, “Paris Spleen”, “The French Print” etc.
    Publications: Rusudan Petviashvili album, Khasan Helimsh booklet.

    Total space of the organization: 1716 m²
    Display space: 423 m²
    Temporary exhibitions: 383 m²
    Storage space: 65 m²
    Restoration space: 26 m²

    Museum building’s status: Immovable monument of Cultural Heritage

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    Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia, ICOM National Committee in Georgia, Georgian Museums Association, Culturological Research Association