Arevik Arevshatyan was born in 1957 in Yerevan .Graduated from Yerevan Institute of Fine Arts in 1984. She is an artist and a free lance curator. Her solo exhibition has been shown at Academy Gallery in Yerevan (2004). “Two Artists/One Creation” is the title of a collaborative project with Ruben Grigoryan that was held at the Armenian Center for Contemporary Experimental Art in Yerevan (1998). Among the group exhibitions she has exhibited within and outside Armenia are “Beyond Icons: Contemporary Art in Armenia” at William J. Bachman Gallery, Indiana, United States (2003); “Adieu Parjanov: Contemporary Art from Armenia” at The Kunsthalle Wein Project Space, Vienna (2003); “Art Contemporain d’Arménie”, at Orangerie et Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris (2007); and “Gender Check” Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst, in Vienna (2009). Her works are exhibited in the Contemporary Art Museum of Armenia and in private collections. Arevik Arevshatyan lives and works in Yerevan

Seleced exhibitions

2018 - EXTENSION.AM geographical experience, Triumph gallery, Moscow 
2017
- “Reconsidering Nature”, Cafesjian Museum, Yerevan
2016 - “Igdored Reality” by Galents Museum, Yerevan
2014
- Exhibition”Re:Museum” by National Gallery in Tbilissi
2009 - GENDER CHECK, Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe, MUMOK, Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig Wien
2008 - I COLORI DELL ‘ARMENIA, Castel Sant‘Angelo, Roma
2007 - ORANGERIE DU LUXEMBOURG, MUSEE D’ART MODERNE D’ARMENIE Art Contemporain d’Armenie, Paris
2007 - LANDSCAPE OF SYMBOLS, Armenian Landscapes in Contemporary Art, Zurich
2004 - Solo exhibition “Academy” gallery, Yerevan
2003 - “Adieu Parajanov - contemporary art from Armenia”, Kunsthalle/Project Space Vienna
2003 - “Beyond Icons” - contemporary art in Armenia, William J. Bachman Gallery, Indiana, USA
2000 -“Parallel Reality”, joint project of Armenian and Austrian artists, HAY-ART cultural center, Yerevan
1997 - Post-Soviet Art Group Show, Borges Center, Buenos Aires
1995 - Contemporary Art of Armenia 80-95, center house of artists, Moscow