Michael Baglareedis was born May 14, 1961 in Georgia - the southern part of former Soviet Union. In 1985 he graduated the school of professional artists in Moscow. He has taken a great interest in avant-guarde art and tried himsef in different directions. Between 1987-1991 Baglareedis took part in a range of exhibitions, including the exhibition devoted to the memory of famous Russian artist Anatoly Zverev in the Central House of Artists, under a pseudonym "Michael-Greek". In 1991 his personal exhibition took place in the gallery "Novogyreevo" in Moscow. During this time e has created a lot a works, basically graphics, most part of which he destroyed later. After the creative crisis Michael left from the public life for a long time, but continued to work as a painter. Baglareedis usually creates series of paintings often contrasting among each other: from abstract canvases up to quite realistic portraits. One of the last works - the portrait of the President of Greece Karlos Papulias, which artist had handed hom personally. The works of Michael Baglareedis are in private and corporative collections in many countries (Russia, USA, Canada, Finland, Austria, Italy, Cyprus, Greece).