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Tamaz Varvaridze: A Retrospective . Georgian National Gallery

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  Tamaz Varvaridze is an artist of distinct individualism  from the  generation of 1970s, adhered to the principles of aesthetic-conceptualism. He is distinguished with unique style and credited as the founder of the contemporary Georgian school of graphics. He has played a pivotal role in…

Solomon Gershov: Self-potrait

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  “To soar up to the sky and cry out to the whole world about its strangeness and imperfection” – this is how Solomon Gershov (1906-1989), artist/graphic artist, representative of the Russian avant-garde, saw the artist’s mission. Solom Gershov was born in 1906 in Dvinsk…

The New Collection of the Museum of Fine Art, 2021-2023. Part IV . Signagi Museum

Sighnaghi Museum of History and Ethnography Shota Rustaveli # 8, Sighnaghi

In the years 2021–2022, the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Youth of Georgia undertook a substantial expansion of the Shalva Amiranashvili State Museum of Fine Art's collection, focusing on modern and contemporary Georgian art. This expansion encompasses the works of 122 Georgian artists, many of…

Oleg Timchenko: Diagonal 13 . Georgian National Gallery

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

Oleg Timchenko (born 1957) is one of the founders and active members of the avant-garde group, The 10th Floor, in the 1980s and early 1990s. During the Perestroika period, the artists united in the group reexamined postmodern art and reflected it in their own context.…

Thamar de Létay-Vachnadze Exhibition . Georgian National Gallery

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  Thamar de Létay-Vachnadze (1925-2001), a French scenographer and designer of Georgian origin, was part of Paris' creative elite in the 20th century. Her biography became associated with France in the 1930s. Prior to becoming a renowned artist, she studied under Madeleine Vathier and Bernard…

MIRO – A RETROSPECTIVE SHOW OF MIRIAN SHVELIDZE’S WORKS

From December 22 to January 28, 2024, the Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery will feature a solo exhibition of Mirian Shvelidze's works. This is the first time the gallery has displayed the works of Mirian Shvelidze, a key figure in the development of new Georgian scenography.The…

George Chachanidze Retrospective

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  “I think one of the missions of art is to quickly help negative events and reanimate “fallen asleep” energies, which are crucial for human development…” George Chachanidze (born 1965) graduated from the Tbilisi Academy of Arts (1984–1989). He has been a member of the…

Irakli Gamrekeli 130

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  Celebrating 130 Years of Irakli Gamrekeli's Artistic Legacy in a Captivating Exhibition This year marks the 130th anniversary of the birth of the distinguished Georgian artist, illustrator, and scenographer, Irakli Gamrekeli. Art Phuti (NNLE) is organising a retrospective exhibition featuring the works of Irakli…

The Exhibition of Ceramic Artists

Dimitri Shevardnadze Georgian National Gallery 11 Rustaveli ave, Tbilisi, Georgia

  From April 7 to May 1, 2024, the Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery of Georgia will host a show - The Exhibition of Ceramic Artists. The exhibition will feature the diverse works created across different mediums by esteemed contemporary Georgian artists, including Lia Bagrationi, Nato…

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