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Rare Sketches from Georgia’s First Animation Film Found

A rare sketch from the country’s first animation film has been discovered and donated to Tbilisi’s Art Palace for future safekeeping. The simple sketch for the 1935 film Argonauts (Argonavtebi) – a black-and-white animation based on the ancient Greek legend about a group of travellers visiting Georgia’s historical Black Sea …

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Levan Songulashvili Features at Sotheby’s Art Auction

New York’s famous Sotheby’s art auction will feature a piece of work by up-and-coming Georgian artist Levan Songulashvili this October in collaboration with the New York Academy of Art. The Jellyfish by Songulashvili will feature in the Take Home a Nude auction and party event on October 15, organised to …

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Suburb: Art Exhibition By Vakho Bugadze

Vakho Bugadze

Georgian National Museum Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery invites you at the opening of Vakho Bugadze’s personal exhibition “Suburb”. Opening event will take place on 10th of September 2015 at 7 p.m. After successfully participating in a group exhibition “Victoria” together with Oleg Timchenko and Ushangi Khumarashvili, Vakho Bugadze returns to …

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Tbilisi hosts 2015 International Art Festival Anima Mundi


Georgian National Museum Tbilisi History Museum will host the 3rd International Art Festival ANIMA MUNDI 2015. Opening of the event will take place on 3rd of September, 2015 at 6 pm.   Festival represents a major event which takes place in two countries – Lithuania and Georgia from 24th of …

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Street Art Utopia

There is as yet no simple definition of street art. It is an amorphous beast encompassing art which is found in or inspired by the urban environment. With anti-capitalist and rebellious undertones, it is a democratic form of popular public art probably best understood by seeing it in situ. It is not …

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Georgian artists’ pencil art displayed at prominent US art fair

A piece of contemporary art by Georgian artist Maia Naveriani is on display in one of the most prestigious United States (US) art fairs dedicated solely to contemporary art. A series of large pencil drawings titled ‘Future Wolves and Chicks So Far’ by London-based Naveriani was exhibited at the US …

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Amazing street-art in Georgia

Street art is visual art created in public locations, usually unsanctioned artwork executed outside of the context of traditional art venues. The term gained popularity during the graffiti art boom of the early 1980s and continues to be applied to subsequent incarnations. Street art in Georgia is adopted Georgian traditional themes …

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