Built with Berta

  1. 01-01-2017
    The Caucasian History Lesson arwarded back-up project Georgia Pavilion Venice biennial 2017.
    Above: Sketch as part of proposal for the Georgian Pavillion at the Venice bienial 2017

  2. 8 October 2016 – 29 Januari 2017
    Group show Millennials at the Museum Arnhem, The Netherlands

    Curated by Mirjam Westen

    On show are drawingsfrom the project
    Transformers St. Petersburg
    Also with works by Melanie Bonajo (1978, NL),  Priscila Fernandes (1981, PT), Thomas Kuijpers (1985, NL), Christina Lucas (1973, ES), Taus Makhacheva (1983, RU), Inge Meijer (1986, NL), Sachi Miyachi (1978, JP), Aldo Esparza Ramos (1986, MX) en Urok Shirhan (1984, IQ)

  3. October 15 - October 27 2016
    Group show Here There. Matters of Location, Contemporary Georgian Art
    curated by Charles Merewether

    Organised by the Georgian National Museum Tbilisi History Museum in the framework of the project "Contemporary Art Gallery".
    The project "Contemporary Art Gallery" aims to support the development of the Georgian contemporary art locally and regionally, as well as in the international arena.

    This time, the Tbilisi History Museum will host the third international exhibition which is composed of five artists who live and work in Europe and Georgia. The question is: does their location make a difference to the character of their work? Is there specificity in each work determined by where it has been made? Does their place of birth and upbringing determine and shape their work? Or, perhaps place and location simply informs and artists work, as one of many factors influence a person's life and work.


  4. June 2016
    DAI commissioned the work Cooking The New Planet by Lado Darakhvelidze
    On view from June 3 till  September 23, 2016, Kortestraat 27, Arnhem
  5. City (Un)archived Publication Onomatopee

    Editors: Katharina Stadler and Data Chigholashvili
    Contributions by: Tbilisi InSights collective members – Tamuna Chabashvili, Data Chigholashvili, Gvantsa Nikolaishvili (together with Nana Kalandadze as Tbilisi Moare) and Katharina Stadler
    Additional contributions by Lado Darakhvelidze, Nini Palavandishvili, Giorgi Tabatadze and Sophia TabatadzeGraphic design: Bardhi Haliti

    softcover, 128 pages
    Edition of 750
    black and white 
    19,5 x 13,5 cm
    ISBN 978-94-91677-49-6

  6. 28 june - 31 oktober 2014
    Manifesta 10 /
    Public Program

    I will be participating in Manifesta 10 with the project Transformers St. Petersburg.
    The project arose from the narratives of the resourceful labor force of legal and illegal migrants, who with limited resources and opportunities, are ‘making do’ in Russia today. 
    Transformers is an ode to the creative and resilient attitude needed to survive in contemporary Russian society. This “transformer attitude” stands in sharp contrast to the general perception of immigrants, and within Russian society in particular.

    In addition on July 9–10 4:00–8:00 p.m Transformers St. Petersburg / Living Statue
    can be visited at Vitebsk Station, Zagorodny av. 52
    Hope to see you there.

    July 22-24 2014
    Artist Talk / Batumi
    On invitation by N(N)LP Contemporary Art Space I will talk about my participation in Manifesta 10. I will elaborate on the project itself, the dilemmas of participating in a project in Russia and  the reception the project received in Russia.
    N(N)LP Center of Contemporary Arts
    1/5 Z. Gamsakhurdia Street,
    Batumi, Georgia