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Current Exhibition: Igor Tcholaria / March 5th - 30th, 2020


Igor Tcholaria is a painter and sculptor born in 1959 in the Black Sea coastal town of Ochamchiri in the Caucasus. His artistic skills were first noticed at an early age which allowed him to attend the Sukhumi School of Art. It was there that he first discovered and came to love great early-20th century French art and continued his studies at St Petersburg’s Mukhin Institute.
His artworks are now in collections all over the world, including those of celebrities such as Luciano Pavarotti, Jean-Pierre Richard, Gérard DepardieuMadonna, and John Galliano. He also won an international competition and painted two vast panels for the world’s largest cruise liner, the Queen Mary 2. 
He currently lives and works in Moscow, Russia. 


Upcoming Exhibition

We will let you know as soon as our next exhibition is confirmed.

Past Exhibitions

Artist Exhibition
Elena Kosharny As Is, November 2019
M. ScHoRR They're Gr-r-reat!, October 2019
Eva Petrič Safetyknot, February 2019


Anthony Fisher*

Turbulent States, March 15, 2018

An Echo / A Stain, February 16, 2018


Desperate Pleasures, October 19, 2017

Mary Louise Pierson*

Photographs of nelson’s Legacy, January 26, 2017


Judith Seligson*

Drawing the Line, November 17, 2016


Walking New York, November 17, 2015

Judith Seligson*

Drawing the Line, October 22, 2015

Elisha Nameri*

Small Works on Paper, September 17, 2015



James Stroud*

Open City, May 2013

Anthony Fisher*

Recent Works, March 21, 2013


Le Corbusier & Atelier Mourlot

Le Corbusier at Atelier’s Mourlot, November 8, 2012


Renaud Charrin*

After Midnight, November 17, 2011

Fabrice Fanjoux*

September 22, 2011

Ghazal Sotoudeh*

Notes from Afghanistan, June 9, 2011


Mourlot Studio

Lithographs from the Mourlot Studio


New York Reflections, November, 2009

James Stroud*

Urban Grids, January 29, 2009

*For images and inquires about this artist, please contact the gallery directly at info@mourloteditions.com or 212-288-8808.