Levan Mindiashvili is a Georgian born visual artist living and working in Brooklyn and Tbilisi. He holds his BFA in Sculpture from Tbilisi State Academy of Arts and MFA in Crossed Media from The National University of Arts of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Among his awards is Commission Grant for Public Art Projects from National Endowments for Arts (New York, 2014) and Emerging Artist of 2011, Movistar Arte Jóven (Buenos Aires, Argentina). He was a resident artist at NARS Foundation for Spring/Summer 2018 season, Brooklyn, NY.
His works had been included in recent group exhibitions at the BRIC Biennial Vol.3, Brooklyn; The 7th Beijing Biennale, China; Georgian National Gallery, Tbilisi; Super Dutchess, NYC; ODETTA, Brooklyn; Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia; Arsenal, Kiev; Tartu Art Museum, Estonia; Recent solo and two-man exhibitions include “Non_Place” at SFA Projects, NYC; “Here” at Georgian National Museum, Mestia; “In-Between” at State Silk Museum, Tbilisi; “Unintended Archeology” at The Lodge Gallery, NYC.
His works are in public collections of Georgian National Museum, State Silk Museum (Tbilisi) and National Art Museum of China (Beijing).
Black Board No.1 (If You Lived Here You Would Be Home Now). Acrylic and chalk on unprimed canvas, 69.5x96inch. 2016
From the Archives of Georgian Brutalism No.1&2. Liquid mirror and enamel on glass mounted on metal frame, two parts, each14x12inch. /35.5×30.5cm. 2019
Object. Enamel and acrylic paint on pigmented hydro caltile, wood, marble, aluminum, overall: 52x32x2.5 inch
I should Have Kissed You Longer. Solo presentation at Tbilisi ArtFair’ 19. Steel, glass, neons, fluorescent tubes, acrylic on canvas, liquid mirror on steel frame, plywood, CD Jand CD mixer, sound, overall dimensions:14.5×16.5feet. 2019