Roland SHAL (Shalamberidze). Night train.
Category: Painting /Grafiks/ Photos- Сontemporary art
Materials: oil on canvas
Dimensions: 115 x 100 x 2 cm
Roland SHAL (Shalamberidze) - the
nonconformism artist and the habitue of
Pushkinskaya, 10, in Petersburg is
known as the painter, the author of the
courageous projects integrated to
performance and game.
Roland was born in 1958 in Kutaissi,
Georgia. In a youth artist was engaged
in figurative painting, but soon has
completely devoted itself to abstract
expressionism, to conceptualism.
Since 1975 Shal is the participant of
numerous exhibitions in Russia, USA and
In 1990s Roland worked in Petersburg in
the Art-center «Pushkinkaya, 10». Also
was well-known in Germany because of
the numerous exhibitions in various
galleries and alternative places.
Creativity of the artist is very
many-sidedly. He works as the abstract
artist, the master of performance,
installations, sound art and video-art,
as the designer of interiors.
Roland Shalamberidze art works are in
the following collections:
Museum of Nonconformism art, SPb, Russia;
Tomsk museum of the fine arts, Tomsk,
Norton Dodge's collection (Norton Dodge
Collection), the USA;
Museum of the modern art in Oklahoma,
T7N Collection, Moscow, Russia;
Academy of modern film-art, Paris, France;
Collection of City Bank (Citi Bank),
Queens, New York, the USA;
Zimmerly Museum, Rutgers University,
Brunswick, New Jersey, the USA;
Dagmar Berhinger Gallery Collection,
SINOPSIS-New Art association
Experimental Musician (R.SH. a member of
2005 - Didi gallery St.Petersburg;
2005 - Indastrial hangar 1300m2
2002 - Gellery Art&You. Kantemirovskii
st. 2. St.Peterburg;
2001 - LDM Palace of youth. Popovst. 48.
StPeterburg;2000 - Culture Center
Pushkinskaya 10 «Poligon», St.
2000 - Studio «SHAL» 511, Culture Center
Pushkinskaya 10, St. Petersburg, Russia;
2000 - Joseph Lloyd Design Center , West
41 Street & 1 th Avenue, New York, USA;
1999 - Citibank, Queens, NY, USA;
1996 - Studio «SHAL», Pushkinskaya 10,
St. Petersburg, Russia;
1995 - Computer Center, Copenhagen, Denmark;
1994 - Gallery 103, St. Petersburg, Russia;
1993 - Nikolaevsi Palace, St.
1992 - Financial Center, Tampere, Finland;
1992 - Gallery 10/10, St. Petersburg,
1991 - New Solyanka Exhibition Hall,
1975 - Gallery D. Kakabadze, Kutaissi,