About Mooradian Gallery

Mooradian Gallery was founded by Grigor Mooradian in 1991 with the purpose to represent Armenian art in the international marketplace. From 1991 to 2006 it exclusively collaborated with and represented Emil Kazaz, whose works have been internationally exhibited. Mooradian Gallery has since expanded and aims to promote a vast array of artists of all decent. Its purpose is to endorse works of art that span from the classical to modern day. As of 2007, Arthur Mooradian has led the gallery as director by curating exhibitions and managing daily operations moving forward.

The gallery currently showcases the art of over twenty leading artists whose works are exhibited world-wide and who have a permanent home in the museums in Armenia and abroad. The list includes such prominent artists as Martiros Saryan, Alexander Bazhbeuk-Melikyan, Joseph Karalian, Gevorg Grigorian (Giotto,) Gregorio Sciltian, Jean Carzou, Jean Jansem, Galents, Minas Avetisyan, Vruyr Galstian, Ashot Hovhanissian (Deghdz Ashot,) Hagop Hagopian, Gayane Khachaturian, Emil Kazaz, Sam Zumian, Sarkis Hamalbashian, Vahe Berberian, Ruben Abovian, and others.