PIROSMANI /Road Table and Exhibition of Publication/s
Niko Pirosmani 15008 Dec. 2012 – 30 March 2013
Georgian National Museum Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery will host "Pirosmani 150" anniversary exhibition from December 8, 2012.
Kakabadze & Mamuka Shengelia's Christmas ExhibitionGallery “Vanda” is pleased to invite You to the opening reception of Gocha Kakabadze & Mamuka Shengelia's Christmas Exhibition
Opening on Friday, December 7, at 7 pm
14, D.Chonkadze Street. Daily, 12 am- 7 pm
+995 32 293 42 86
Nino Kalandia and Papuna Papaskiri /united project -13/13/Geoegian National Museum /Karvasla/
Heritage and Modernity29 Nov. 2012 – 12 Dec. 2012
Museum Of Fine Arts
The exhibition is dedicated to the 85th anniversary of Mary Karbelashvili (1927-2006), one of the remarkable Georgian art historians.
Art historian Mary Karbelashvili studied development processes of modern Georgian art. Her scholarly legacy comprises generalizing works, monographs, albums and individual articles on the creative activity of prominent Georgian artists.
The Exhibition unites works of those artists, whose creative activity was studied by Mary Karbelashvili, forming major part of her scholarly legacy. Works of easel painting and graphic art are also presented at the exhibition.
Solo exhibition of Alexander Florenski "New Pictures"Baia Gallery
Solo exhibition of Vakhtang Tato Akhalkatsishvili16.11.2012
Art Gallery "Vanda"
Address: 14, Chonkadze st., Tbilisi, Georgia
Pirosmani and Modern ArtGeorgian National Museum /Karvasla/
Beyond the MediaGeorgian National Library
Solo exhibition of Giorgi Gomiashvili(1972-2012)Georgian National Museum /Karvasla/
Solo eshibition of Malkhaz KukhashviliGeogian National Museum /Karvasla/
Offside EffectGeorgian National Museum 20.10. 2012–20.11.2012
1st Tbilisi Triennial-Offside Effect19.10. 2012–20.11.2012
CCA - Tbilisi
ARTISTERIUM-2012Georgian National Museum /Karvasla/
Reframing the 80s: Georgian art at the End of the 80s Beginning of the 90s25.09.2012-20.11.2012Georgian National Museum
D. Shevardnadze National Gallery
Address: 11, Rustaveli ave.
BLACKOUT – Solo exhibition of Lado Beroza20.09.2012-12.10.2012 Georgian National Museum
Sh. Amiranashvili Museum of Art
Project organizers: Georgian National Museum, "Culture Research and Coordination Center"
Project supporters: Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia, Center of cultural events at Tbilisi Municipality.
The exhibition is organized in the framework of joint congress of Germany-Georgia
"Vera Pagava, Tbilisi"15.09.2012-15.10.2012
Georgian National Museum, D. Shevardnadze National Gallery
Organizers:Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection of Georgia, Association of Vera Pagava, French Institute of Georgia, Georgian National Museum
AGATE EMERALDArt Gallery AMADEO
Exhibition "A Feast at masters"
Alexander Bandzeladze-retrospectiveNational Gallery presents
Solo Exhibition of Alexander Bandzeladze
"Challening The Frames"
Juy 25-September 10, 2012
Petre Otskheli-retrospectiveNationnal Gallery presents
a retrospective July 13- September 10
EuroamericanaVII Euroamericana exposition, 2012
"A message for peace"
Visit our website: www.euroamericana.com.pe
Please, share the invitation with your friends, galleries and art associations from your countries.
Note: THE ART WORKS HAVE TO BE ORIGINAL, SINCE 2008 UNTIL TODAY (YOU CAN PRESENT ART PIECES EVEN WITH FOUR YEARS OF ANTIQUITY).
THE REGISTRATION FEE WILL BE OPENED UNTIL AUGUST 15th.
THE ART WORKS PHOTOGRAPHS CAN BE SEND UNTIL AUGUST 30th
Augusto García Peñalva
Kiely Monge Bañon - Secretary
Solo exhibition of Muskhelishvili Vakho
Solo Exhibition of Tengiz Marr "Strange Fruits"Gallery "Vanda" invites you to upcoming solo exhibition of Tengiz Marr - "Strange Fruits"
Opening: 27 June at 7 p.m
Adress: Chonkadze str. №14
Solo exhibition of Mikheil KhvitiaTUMANISHVILI FILM ACTORS THEATRE
Gocha Kakabadze, Mamuka Shengelia
Photo exhibition "SYRIA: TESTIMONIALS"02.06.12- 28.07.12
Opening - June 2 at 20.00 pm
National Gallery / 11, Rustaveli Avenue
This year, the Tbilisi Photo Festival has decided to devote a large exhibition to photo-journalism from the Syrian uprising – an extremely unique endeavour, given the government’s almost total blackout on allowing media access. With thousands killed so far, the world needs to bear witness to this unfolding tragedy. From the besieged city of Homs, the Tbilisi Photo Festival is pleased to feature William Daniels (Panos Pictures), Paul Conroy, Alessio Romenzi, Mani and the late Rémi Ochlik who lost his life during the shelling of a media centre in Homs. Syria: Testimonials will also feature pictures never before seen taken by anonymous Syrians within the surrounded city itself.
A round table conversation will be held during this exhibition to bring together more testimonials – from Syrians who lived through the horrors of the government’s bombardment earlier this year to those of the writer and journalist, Jonathan Littell, Le Monde"s special correspondent in Homs in early 2012.
Photo exhibition "On the road to Chechnya, 1994-2003" Stanley Greene31.05.12-30.07.12
Opening - 31 June, 20.0 pm / An artist will be in attendance/
National Gallery / 11, Rustaveli avenue
"The resultant series of black and white photographs are more than a mere documentation of the darkness, which exists in the world. Journalists today are like disaster tourists going from one hot place to the next. It has never been my intention to be such a photographer.I think it is better to build a full body of work which demonstrates the longevity of a working photojournalist, today and yesterday. I think that this should be taken into consideration when looking at this work.
Sometimes we need tragedies" - Stanley Greene.
Photo exhibition "THE COLOURS OF BLACK SEA"29.05.12 - 30.06.12
Opening - 29 May, 20.00 pm / Artists will be in attendance/
National Gallery / 11, Rustaveli Avenue
The steps of those photographers who have walked along its shores over the past fifty years seem to have been quite cautious as illustrated by the sepia tones of the Crimean Snobism series by Boris Mikhailov, who approached the subject quite casually, as if to better tame it, or the light touches of black-and-white in Klavdij Sluban"s discreet, Autour de la Mer Noire – Voyage d"hiver, or the nostalgic Black Sea: Between Chronical and Fiction by Vanessa Winship (Vu). It is almost a cliché now to say that much has changed since the fall of the Soviet Union and of socialism, since the return of Romania and Bulgaria to the European fold and the emergence of modern Turkey. But can a body of water change, too? The rest of the collection examines the forgotten colours of the Black Sea. It shows the reds and pinks of the Turkish tower blocks immortalised by George Georgiou (Panos Pictures). There are the colours of the rebirth of Georgia as seen through the eyes of Justyna Mielnikiewicz. We see the blues, purples and old reds of the Polaroids of Philippe Guionie (Myop) who takes us to the shores of Romania, Bulgaria and Turkey with his delightful Kéraban series. There are the faltering, nostalgic tones of Black Sea of Concrete by Rafal Milach or Crimea Soviet Nostalgia by Yuri Kozyrev (Noor) as well as the unforgettable pastel hues of Abkhazia by Gueorgui Pinkhassov (Magnum).
The exhibition devoted to naming of National Gallery as Dimitri Shevardnadze21.05.2012 - 27.05.2012
National Gallery / 11, Rustaveli avenue
The National Gallery was given the name of its founder and the first director Dimitri Shevardnadze. According to this fact the exhibition was organized what displayed the photographs, paintings by Dimitri Shevardnadze, as well as there was fragments show of film by Irakli Makharadze "Dimitri Shevardnadze", was published personal letters of painter, materials about shooting of Dimitri Shevardnadze - from the archive of Ministry of Internal Affairs.
On that day was opened the cafe at gallery and it will host visitors in the future.
Performance "...visited Modi"Abesadze str.#4
ART NOUVEAU IN RIGA04.05.2012 - 24.05.2012
National Gallery / 11, Rustaveli avenue
The national gallery's exposition displayed photos of houses built by the projects of Latvian architects: Konstantine Pekshin, Friedrich Shepfel, Alfred Ashenkampf, Max Sehrvinsky, Nicolas Boclaf, Eigens Laube, Karlis Yohan-Felsko, Alexandre Shmeling, Yanis Alksnis and engineer Mikheil Aisenstain.
Exhibition organizers: Georgian National Museum, Embassy of Latvia in Georgia, Education, Culture and Sport department at Riga civil council, Riga Art Nouveau Center.
Exhibition supporter company "RIETUMU".
Project "Art-Territory. Georgia"29.04.2012-28.05.2012
The project covers the cultural processes –cultural objects, artworks, print, document and archival materials housed in the private collections of Georgia-from the beginning of 20th century until today. Most of them is unknown for the society and for the first time will be displayed. The exhibitions aim to promote cultural development on the geographical territory and to evaluate art territory according to the specific place and time. The first exhibition of the project covers 19th century and the first 30 years of 20th century and displays works of Georgian and Foreign painters in Georgia – Shalva Kikodze, David Kakabadze, Vera Rokhlina, Irina Stenberg, Mikheil Gotsiridze, Serapion Vatsadze, Ioseb gabashvili, Ema Lalaeva, Sigizmund Valishevsky, Valerian Sidamon-Eristavi; “Sightseeings of Caucasus” - unique book of Grigol Gagarini.
Creative path studio
Presentation of Art GalleryGeorgian Artist' Exhibition. The first exhibition of Sergi Sikharulidze "Alter Ago".
Tbilisi State Academy of Art / Faculty of Media Art (4 Fl) 508 Room23.04.2012 13.00
Tbilisi State Academy of Art / Faculty of Media Art (4 Fl) 508 Room
Artist work presentation 13.00- 14.00
workshop duration 3 h.
Nino Kurashvili and Nino Arziani
Retrospective exhibition of Guram (Hita) Kutateladze05.04.2012
Georgian National Museum-Museum of Art
Tbilisi, 1, Gudiashvili st.
Solo exhibition and presentation of the catalog of Merab Abramishvili
Solo exhibition of Maka Batiashvili16.03.2012-27.03.2012
Gallery "Shardin" (hotel "Tbilisi Marriot)
13, Rustaveli ave. Tbilisi, Georgia
“Undergo. the parallels”
Cultural Management WorkshopBritish Council in Partnership with the Open Society Foundations and Georgian National Film Centre are happy to announce Call for Applications for
Cultural Management Workshop
Ministry of Culture and Monuments Protection is an official partner of the initiative
Over the recent years, it has become apparent that many emerging cultural leaders need support to develop practical cultural management competencies in addition to leadership skills. This offer is open to wider local audiences working in cultural sectors, helping cultural sectors in Georgia to develop their overall skills’ base and increase their support and receptivity to development and leadership.
– The Cultural Management Workshop (CMW) will focus on delivering management skills’ trainings of persons working in arts and cultural industries with particular focus on audience development, marketing and fundraising methods. Experienced trainers from the UK will lead the workshop.
– As a result of the Cultural Management Workshop (CMW), its participants will gain better understanding of the notion of creative economy and its great potential in Georgia.
Aim of the CMW
– Exposure of Georgian arts and cultural industries sector to international standards in cultural management and to successful models that could be replicated locally.
– Development of a more skilled cultural sector: more entrepreneurial, reflective, outward-looking, confident and receptive to further development and wider social engagement.
– Access to networking opportunities with other colleagues working in the sector: development of partnerships and collaborations
– Greater awareness of the need for skills’ development
Emerging cultural practitioners, managers and entrepreneurs living in Georgia and working across the arts and creative field with at least 2 years experience in the sector.
Application documents required
– Application form (download the attachment from the British Council website: http://www.britishcouncil.org/ge-culturalleadershipinternational-arts-georgia.htm
Number of participants
up to 30
5 and 6 March 2012
Working language of the CMW will be English with Georgian translation provided
Application deadline: 16:00 on Friday, 17 February 2012
Note: Since the number of participants is limited to 30, only selected applicants will be contacted on 27 February 2012.
Electronic application form should be sent to Maya Darchia, Arts Projects Manager, British Council at: email@example.com
If you have questions, please call at: 2 25 04 07
Misha Nonikashvili’s personal exhibitionBaia Gallery presents Misha Nonikashvili’s personal exhibition
Opening on 25.02.2012 at 6pm
Exhibition will be on display till 6.03.2012
Address: 10 Chardin st. T. 2754510; 599 505302
Presentation of TBC Art Gallery / Opening of solo exhibition of Zurab Nizharadze22.02.2012 - 05.05.2012
TBC Art Gallery
7, Marjanishvili st., Tbilisi, Georgia
+995 322 27 27 27
Vakho Bugadze’s exhibition “Body adventure”Baia Gallery presents
Vakho Bugadze’s exhibition “Body adventure”
Opening 17.02.2012. at 6pm.
Exhibition will last till 24.02. 2012
Address: 10 Chardin st.
Tel. 275 45 10; 599 50 53 02
Solo exhibition and presentation of the catalog of Karlo Kacharava30.01.2011
16, Marjanishvili st. Tbilisi, Georgia
+995 32 27 27 27
„ 3 + 2 “Art Gallery "Vanda" (former "Hobby") cordially invites You to the Exhibition “ 3 + 2 “ (Ushangi Khumarashvili, Vakhtang Bughadze, Zurab Gikashvili, Tutu Kiladze, Tinatin Chkhikvishvili)
Opening reception: Friday, January 27, at 6 p.m.
Till February 5th
Adress: 14, Chonkadze street (Sololaki)
Tel: 032 293 42 86
Group exhibition of Georgian artists25.01.2012-25.02.2012
Art-Centre "Tiflis Avenue"
Gia Gugushvili, Keti Matabeli, Tato Akhalkatsishvili, Vakhtang Megrelishvili, Gela Manjavidze, Koka Tskhvediani, Papuna Papaskiri, Nino Peradze, Leila Shelia, Kakhaber Tatishvili, Gia Mirzashvili and others.
Christmas sculpture exhibition07.01.2012-31.01.2012
Exhibition space of Artists Union of Georgia
6, Kalistrate Kutateladze st., Tbilisi, Georgia
+995 32 392 902
+995 32 397 929
+995 32 390 967