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21/02/2022

GLIMPSE IN GALLERY - ENJOY TRANSCENDENCE

ENJOY TRANSCENDENCE is a collaboration between PROJECT FUNGUS and Ria Keburia Foundation In a consumer society, myth is always presented as an explicator and definer, producing value systems and the structure of reality. Simultaneously, it appoints ritual as a habit, behaviour, and example to determine human experience, where repetitive actions create antistructure. Artists critically gaze at western traditions of heteronormativity, capitalism, rationalism, and science and try to rethink values created by these discourses. Myth and ritual in a modern consumer society, was the theme of the work of eight artists: Mariko Chanturia Nini Goderidze David Apakidze Hitori Ni Xosilita George Kartozia K.O.I Tina Sharashenidze

14/02/2022

TAMAZ NUTSUBIDZE

Tamaz Nutsubidze (1940-2002) worked on the artistic decoration of tapestry and textile. Nutsubidze suggests tapestry as essentially a flat form of painting, appreciating the duality of the medium in its practical and ideological sense, allowing his works to go beyond decorative and the context in which they were produced. Having a Baltic influence, Nutsubidze rejects the realistic dimensional technique, distancing himself from the figuration and Soviet craze of depicting perspective, not forcing painting techniques on a Gobelin. LC Queisser, in collaboration with Nectar gallery, hosted the exhibition of Tamaz Nutsubidze. Presented the re-completed series of decorative textile and tapestry work alongside rich archive material. Music by Erekle Getsadze

12/02/2022

PETRE OTSKHELI

Petre Otskheli (1907 - 1937) played a pivotal role in the development of Georgian scenography in the 20th century, and continues to influence it in the 21st. Otskheli’s unlimited artistic possibilities are equally demonstrated in his images of treacherous, sage and noble characters. Music by Gia Kancheli and Erekle Getsadze

07/02/2022

GLIMPSE IN GALLERY - THE YELLOW BOX

Exhibition titled - “The Yellow Box” presented by artistic group On/OFF. The name refers to the yellow ochre colored container of MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company. It was MSC’s yellow container that became a source of inspiration for the Group On/Off. The Group was established in 2017 in Georgia's film studio’s workshops and later on, moved to Dédicace Gallery. The group includes the following artists: Archibald Kordzaia, Gega Kutatelii, Giorgi Otiashvili, David Kukhalashvili, and Tamar Khmiadashvili Part of "the Yellow Box" is a display of installations by Zurab Sheqelashvili and Tornike Chapodze, which is represented as a container-shaped object. “The Yellow Box” showcases the paintings, graphics, and installation with different contextual representations. Exhibition was hosted by ATINATI’S Cultural Center.

02/02/2022

MARJANISHVILI THEATRE

Learn more about the rich history behind the Marjanishvili Theatre building. Presented by David Khoshtaria / Architectural historian Music by Erekle Getsadze

31/01/2022

BOLNISI MUSEUM

Discover the BOLNISI MUSEUM, where you can view exhibitions that reveal the nature of the region, the history of the first hominin, and the emergence of agriculture. Here you can also see the evolution of ancient metallurgy and Bronze Age cultures, early Christian architecture, examples of old Georgian inscriptions, and stone and clay artifacts from the medieval era.

26/01/2022

LEVAN TSUTSKIRIDZE

Levan Tsutskiridze (1926 - 2021) was a Georgian monumentalist artist, illustrator, and painter of frescoes in the Sioni Cathedral, Tbilisi. Tsutskiridze was the author of illustrations of more than thirty books including The Knight in the Panther's Skin, published in Berlin, Moscow, Yerevan and Japan. Levan Tsutskiridze’s artworks currently held and exhibited at the Georgian Museum of Fine Arts.

18/01/2022

DINAMO - TOP GIRLS

"Top Girls" is a 1980s Royal Court Theatre production, which is being staged for the first time in Georgia. Playwright Caryl Churchill portrayed the lifestyles and choices of a group of women. The play shows the different social and cultural perspectives and faces of successful women in the 80s.

18/01/2022

NINIKO MORBEDADZE

Niniko Morbedaze (1957) - Graphic artist, film production designer. Niniko Morbedadze’s works successfully sold at Phillips contemporary art auction in 2020-2021 years. Her work rests heavily on the notion that what transpires in our subconscious and conscious minds can never be fully or accurately expressed. Music by Erekle Getsadze

18/01/2022

GEORGI (GOGI) ALEKSI - MESKHISHVILI

Georgi (Gogi) Alexi-Meskhishvili (1941) beginning from 1971, served as stage designer of the Shota Rustaveli Drama Theatre, Zakaria Paliashvili Tbilisi Opera and Ballet Theatre, and also cooperated with the Kote Marjanishvili State Drama Theatre. In 1975 he was elected as head designer of the Shota Rustaveli Drama Theatre, where he designed the sets for approximately 40 performances. Gogi Alexi-Meskhishvili has created costumes and set designs for many leading theaters in the world.

17/01/2022

PARJIANI AND PIROSMANI

Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery hosts an exhibition of Irakli Parjiani’s (1950 - 1991) works together with Niko Pirosmani’s (1862 - 1918) paintings. Presenting the works of two great artists in one exhibition space offers viewers the opportunity to dive into the compelling context of 20th century Georgian art.

17/01/2022

GLIMPSE IN GALLERY - LEVAN MANJAVIDZE

Guga-Kot Gallery presented Levan Manjavidze's (1977) solo exhibition, which showcases 13 of the artist’s major works. The pieces on display at the exhibition included the series “Old Children," each one of which reflects a particular planet and its uniqueness in our solar system.

01/11/2021

OXYGEN BIENNIAL 2021 - RITES OF PASSAGE

The program united more than 30 artists from Georgia and abroad; Held various events, talks and showcases presented by several galleries based in Tbilisi. Curated by Ser Serpas and Ketevan Shavgulidze

18/10/2021

TBILISI MURAL FEST

Tbilisi Mural Fest is an annual international street art festival held in the capital of Georgia. For the third time now, prominent artists from all over the world, along with local artists, are transforming the city into a public exhibition space - turning buildings into art objects. The festival has received widespread international media attention, introducing Tbilisi as a prime urban art destination.

12/10/2021

ATINATI TALKS: TEZI GABUNIA

ATINATI, as a cultural centre, has launched a series of talks. This is a possibility for art scene to generate ideas and new visions with audience.