Our Artists

Elena Hagverdiyeva


Honored Artist of Azerbaijan Born in 1963 in the city of Khabarovsk, Russia. Elena Hagverdiyeva is a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Azerbaijan since 1997. 2017 - solo exhibition, QGallery, Baku, Azerbaijan 2014 - solo exhibition, QGallery, Baku, Azerbaijan 2013 - solo exhibition, Art garden, Baku, Azerbaijan 2004-2006 - painting of St. Bartholomew Church, Baku, Azerbaijan

Elena Hagverdiyeva is an artist whose works were exhibited in France, Austria, Georgia, Russia, Kazakhstan, her works are kept in museums, galleries and private collections in Azerbaijan and in many countries of the world.

2004 - First International Visual Art Expo “Art Caucasus”, Tbilisi, Georgia 2004 - International Art Exhibition, Tengry Umay Art gallery, Almaty, Kazakhstan 2004 - International Painting Symposium, Aktau, Kazakhstan 2003 - International Symposium, Sheki, Azerbaijan 2002 - Painting Exhibition “Absheron” Gallery, Baku, Azerbaijan 2001 - Hyatt International Centre, Baku, Azerbaijan 2000 - International Art Salon – 2000, Moscow, Russia 2000 - “Land Art”, Exhibitions and Projects, Azerbaijan 1999 International Art Fair “Manege’99”, Moscow, Russia 1997 The Labyrinth Show, S. Bahlulzade Gallery, Baku, Azerbaijan 1997 The First Modern Art Biennale, The Georgian national Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia 1996 International Biennale of Modern Art, Tbilisi, Georgia 1995 Baku ART in Residence, Schlob Wolkersdorf, Vienna, Austria 1994 International Painting Symposium, Vienna, Austria 1993 ART Show, Baku ARTs Centre Gallery, Baku, Azerbaijan Work on display: Union of Azerbaijani Artists, Baku, Azerbaijan Ministry of Culture, Baku, Azerbaijan Baku Art Centre, Baku, Azerbaijan Azerbaijan State Gallery Pennzoil Office, Baku Azerbaijan Private Collections: Azerbaijan, France, Germany, Russia, Great Britain, Turkey, USA, Finland

Elena Hagverdiyeva's Paintings

As if from fabulous dreams in the Garden of Eden or in luxurious oriental interiors, lined with colorful carpets and fabrics, decorated with eastern patterns, images of mysterious beauties dressed in exquisite clothes appear.