Over 120 works by Iranian and Georgians are on display in the event, IRNA reported.
Iranian Cultural Attaché in Georgia Mojtaba Kamranfard said that art is the common language of nations which can bring about international peace and security.
Speaking about the status of art in the social life of the people, Kamranfard noted that artists look at the world differently and from the aesthetic aspect.
Kamranfard underlined the need for broader cultural ties between the two neighboring countries, reiterating that life will be more valuable when the nations pay due respect to the roots of their cultures and civilizations.
Holding joint exhibition of works by artists from the two countries can pave the way for further cooperation in the political and economic fields, he said.
He said that the objective of the exhibition is to know the art potentials of the two countries.
The three-day exhibition will wrap up today.