Baia Gallery was opened under the name Orient in 1992 by art expert Baia Tsikoridze, but since 2000 it has borne the name of its founder. The gallery has hosted more than 300 exhibitions during its existence.
Within the two-story gallery, you can see works of art from both modern Georgian artists and from Georgia’s past. Urban landscapes, primitivist canvases, paintings done with eastern motifs, Pop Art style posters, mountains, seas, ships, trees, people, cities, houses, well-lit windows… all of these and more are part of Baia’s world.
In addition to its more than three hundred exhibitions, Baia’s Gallery has also played host to auctions, presentations, publishing projects, and many other events.
The gallery’s employees are a font of knowledge when it comes to both famous and relatively unknown Georgian artists, and you can also purchase posters and informational booklets about modern Georgian art here.
The best part? Entry to Baia’s Gallery is free!