The blue tablecloth represents one of the best manifestations of the organic fusion of eastern and western origins in Georgian culture. It was used to cover the tables of feasts, or was spread directly on the ground (such tablecloths have a narrow and elongated shape). It used to be loaded with festive dishes, food, and drinks. The cheerful drawings on the textile filled guests with a celebratory spirit from the very beginning.
On December 1st, Lia Bagrationi's exhibition "Fall Hazard" will open at Artarea Gallery.
On February 14th, Tamo Jugeli's solo exhibition, 'Random Order' opens at Gallery Artbeat.
On January 14, a retrospective exhibition of the great Georgian scenographer Soliko Virsaladze (1909-1988) will open at the Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery.
On December 18th, Tato Akhalkatsishvili's exhibition "Eccentric Traveler" opens at Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery.