|The woks of Adgur Dzidzariya got recognition in the West. He is not a painter, he is a musician, his pieces of art might "be heard", so masterly he deals with color.|
"Only two halls for the huge country."
In the exhibition hall of the Studio of Design known as house of Martynov (the very one on whom there is the blood if Michael Lermontov), in the evening on October, 3 once again the sluggish Russian speech alternated with the foreign one. Here the exhibition of Adgur Dzidzaria was opened, whose caricatures usually decorate the first page of our newspaper. Organizers – Shazina Agrba, gallery "My Collection" and Adrian Middelbiik, the expert of art-business (Netherlands).
Adgur Dzidzaria is an Abkhazian artist. He was born in Sukhum in a family of the known historian. He got the education on the specialty of the study of fine arts. Just due to the fact that in the academic college the future artist studied the history and the theory of art, no skills of the any certain school were imposed to him. In painting he searched for the his own style himself.
By the early 1970th in Sukhum there formed the school of interesting painters, sculptors and graphic artists. Children of the multinational city, they proudly called themselves "The Sukhumi School ". Not having received the wide recognition (except a narrow circle of the admirers who did not have an opportunity to be patrons of art), they were scattered by the war raged on our subtropical shore. Adgur Dzidzaria also had to roam from place to place. At first he lived in Estonia where he studied the technique of etching of the well known artist Vive Tollo. Etchings are exhibited in a separate small hall. Then he worked in Germany where he was invited to participate in the international open-airs (thus the artist got an opportunity to further create, to have funds for canvases and paints, for the studio itself).
By now the artist had more than ten international exhibitions, collective and personal. At the same time the yesterday's opening day is the first personal exhibition of the artist in Moscow. It would be desirable to trust that the Moscow experts on art will estimate at his true worth the artist with his own strongly pronounced style.