Sergo Tbileli

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Born (1958-02-09) February 9, 1958 (age 64)
Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Painter
  • Sculptor
  • Monumentalist
  • Designer

Sergo Tbileli is a Georgian painter, sculptor, monumentalist, and designer. He graduated from the Iakob Nikoladze. Nikoladze Art Collage in Tbilisi in 1977, and in 1983 he graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts. He is a member of the Artist’s Union of Georgia, the Designer’s Union of Georgia, as well as a Doctor of Art, critic, and professor at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts.[1]

Early life and education

Sergo Tbileli was born on February 9, 1958, in one of the old city areas of Tbilisi, Georgia. From an early age he showed interest in art. He acquired a classical education in the Georgian Soviet Socialist Republic. Starting his studies at Tbilisi Iakob Nikoladze Art College (1973-1977) and separately studied under famous Georgian artist Sergo Kobuladze. afterwards he continued his undergraduate and graduate studies at Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1977-1983) .Continuing his Post-graduate studies in Sant Petersburg, Russia (1983-1985) at Repin Institute of Arts. Afterwards returning to Georgia where he became a professor at Tbilisi State Academy and opening his own studio.[2]

Life and Career

Early in his career, he studied under Sergo Kobuladze, and after studied under Andrei Mylnikov in Sant Petersburg. He has realized various personal exhibitions in Montreal, Canada, Stuttgart, Germany, Ankara, Turkey, Vienna, Prague, Berlin, Tehran, Stockholm, Moscow, Petersburgh as well as participated in group exhibitions, international projects. In the tail end of the 80s, he began his educational career opening an art studio and starting as a professor at the State Academy of Arts in Tbilisi, Georgia. [3]


During his studies he worked on monumental murals and sculptures all over the Soviet Union creating and contributing to the Soviet art scene. During his early years he achieved fame with his series "Georgian Motives", which represented his colorful vision of various Georgian mountains landscapes.

After The "Georgian Motives" series he evolved his style and started working on his new works which combined his prior vibrant colors and movement with mythical subjects and topics in a grander scale. Some of his masterpieces from that era are "Venice Carnival" 2006, "Nude" 2005 and etc.

In 2021 he started experimenting with screen printing technologies creating a new project & exhibition "Anabechdi" which the main topic for the series being monumental poem “The Knight in the Panther’s Skin”. As a part of the project, he reimagined the characters and the world they exist in. As well as creating a new portrait for author of the poem Shota Rustaveli.[4]


  1. European painter Introduction. Books LLC. ISBN 9781157178194.
  2. "Art Gallery Line, Page for Sergo Tbileli".
  3. Asian Painter Introduction. Lightning Source UK Ltd. 2013. ISBN 978-1230642116.
  4. "გამოფენა "ანაბეჭდი"". 1TV. Retrieved 2022-03-27.

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