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Duration:Sep. 24th- Oct. 15th,2017

Venue: National Art Museum of China

(NO.1 Wusi Avenue,Dongcheng District Beijing, China)




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THE SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART OF GEORGIA

THE SPECIAL EXHIBITION OF CONTEMPORARY ART

OF GEORGIAFocus, Confluence

 

    Standing at the crossroads of multiple civilizations and cultures, Georgia has always been a geocultural space where the past persists into the present and where the prolific encounter and exchange between distinct civilizations and cultures melt into a rich and diverse cultural experience of its own.

George Gagoshidze / Landscape 2 / 2013 / acrylic on paper / 85cm×150cm

George Gagoshidze / Kaloubani / 2011 / pencil and acrylic on paper / 70cm×98cm

 

      While excessively incorporating the best from the East and the West, the contemporary Georgian art landscape stands out as unconventional in many ways. These artists manage to remain in the vanguard of contemporary art and at the same time are vigilant to cultural legacy and thoughtfulness. All images, despite their coarsely grained frame and nostalgic looks, contain a perceptible tension between the stagnation of time and dynamism of everlasting motion. These creations are often expressive and intense and occasionally ephemeral, resembling the shots from the heart of an imaginary world or even a very tangible realm that most of us are unable to get in touch with.

Tea Nili

Curator of Georgian Special Exhibition

Mai Lashauri / Imaginary Lover / 2016 / oil on canvas / 80cm×100cm

Lana Tsagareishvili / Evolution / 2016 / oil on canvas / 62cm×120cm

Levan Mindiashvili / Untitled (Past Is Just a Story) / 2015 / acrylic and gel medium on canvas / 218cm×345cm(part)

Levan Mindiashvili / Untitled (Past Is Just a Story) / 2015 / acrylic and gel medium on canvas / 218cm×345cm(part)

 


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