Margaret Asatrian

Margaret Asatrian

Margaret Asatrian is an Armenian visual artist born in 1994 in Yerevan, Armenia. As a daughter of a painter, she grew up in a creative environment and began painting from a very young age.

From 2012 to 2016 Margaret studied at the Yerevan State Academy of Fine Arts obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree with honors in the field of painting.

Since 2016, Margaret reveals a big fascination towards abstraction which, according to her, reflects her inner nature best.

Over the past few years Margaret Asatrian’s artworks gained the attention of many national and international art connoisseurs and private collectors. Her paintings are showcased at the Gallery Milmar in Carmel City, and Gala Art Gallery in Yerevan.

Since her student years, Margaret has been actively taking part in art exhibitions both in Armenia and abroad. In 2021 Asatrian’s painting ” Reflections” was selected to be showcased at the 5th Edition of London Art Biennale hosted in the historic Chelsea Old Town Hall. The painting mentioned above, was later donated to the Museum of Alex and Marie Manoogian in Michigan. In September 2021, two artworks of the artist were displayed at the Pavilion Porte de Versailles in frames of the International Contemporary Paris Art Fair.

Margaret Asatrian’s artworks can be found in art galleries and private collections in many European countries, USA and Armenia.

Member of Artists’ Union of Armenia since 2017.

Selected group and solo exhibitions:

-“Living Colors” Solo Exhibition, Yerevan, Armenia (Gala Art Gallery), 2023

-9th Beijing International Art Biennale, National Art Museum of China- 2022.

-London Art Biennale-5th Edition, Chelsea Old Town Hall- 2021.

-International Group Exhibition, Madrid, Spain- 2021.

-International Contemporary Paris Art Fair, Porte de Versailles- 2021.

-Spring Salon , Republican exhibition, Artists’ Union of Armenia- 2022.

-Autumn Salon, Republican exhibition, Artists’ Union of Armenia-2021.

-Armenian Contemporary Art in Kuwait by Gala Art Gallery- 2019

 And many more Republican exhibitions…