As most of Edvard Sasuns' works have been purchased prior to exhibition, the majority of his paintings are with private collectors worldwide. His exhibitions are listed below this personal note and recommendation from Art Historian and Critic Aidinyan Stanislav. 

A Word from a Critic - Aidinyan Stanislav Art Historian & Critic


To Mark Woodroffe - 
This album of our Russian Creative Union of Professional Artists - the grand circle of Contemporary Art in our Country - We bless your deep interest in the creator of Edvard Sasun - the real Genius in Neo Classical Style of painture - XX-XX centuries and we thank you for your help him [sic] to be well known in the world. We hope he'll come to the Number of Gold List of the Names in Fine Arts.

Stanislav Aidinyan, Vice President of Creative Union of Professional Artists, Russia.
Russia 2009.7.06  Moscow

Aidinyan Stanislav
, a renowned Art historian, Art critic and writer described Edvard Sasun as, a ‘real genuis in the Neo-Classical style of painting’. Aidinyan Stanislav holds many positions within the Arts including Vice President of the Creative Union of professional Artists, a member of the Union of Russian Writers and is also a board member of the International Association for the Arts. He was born in Moscow on April 13th, 1958, the son of a famous singer, SSR Arthur Aidinyan who was an immigrant from Greece, this famous tenor was the People’s Artist of Armenia. He graduated in 1981 from the Faculty of Philology of Yerevan State University. After graduating, he returned to Moscow and became a freelance correspondent for the Study of Soviet which was published in Paris. Stanislav also spent 4 years studying Art History at the State Institute of Russian & Foreign Languages. In 1988 he had his first book published through the Knowledge publishing house and between 1989 and 1991 was a lecturer on aesthetics and world culture at the Kolomna Pedagogical Institute. He became director of the Moscow State Gallery after working as a scientific assistant between 1993 and 1994. During the years of 1984 and 1993 he was devoted to a literary collaboration on one of most acclaimed and oldest writers in Russia, A. Tsvetaeva and was an editor, compiler and author of introductory articles to the books.

Throughout his life, since 1975 he has had many printed periodicals as an art critic, writer, essayist and poet to the extent his literary achievements are just too numerous and extensive to list. He continues today to promote contemporary painting, writing articles on Russian artists amongst other projects. He has also participated in many literary anthologies in Russia & the Ukraine and was a participant of the art directory ‘Artindex 2000’.  


   1980 - 87 Annual exhibition in the Academy of Fine Arts, St Petersburg, Russian Federation.
   1985 International Exhibition of Fine Arts Students in Moscow, Russian Federation.  
   1988 Personal Exhibition in the Kamo Branch, of the National Gallery of Armenia.  
   1988 Republic Union Exhibition of Young Artists in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Armenia.  
   1989 Portraitist Exhibition of Classic Armenian Artists of the 19th & 20th centuries.  
   1999   Personal Exhibition at the National Gallery of Bangkok, Thailand.  
   1999 Personal Exhibition at Istana Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.  
   2000 EuroArt 2000 International Art Exhibition in Geneva, Switzerland.  
   2000 Exhibition at the Foreign Correspondent Club of Thailand.  
   2001 Exhibition at Thavibu Gallery (by 6 foreign artists)  
   2007 Personal Exhibition, Albert & Tove Boyajian Gallery of Academy of Fine Arts in Yerevan, Armenia.  
   2009 Personal Exhibition at Hayart Gallery, Yerevan, Armenia.  
   2010 Gracia Arts Project, Barcelona, Spain.  

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