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David Koroshinadze

Dato Koroshinadze is an art historian, critic and curator. He graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 2021. His Master’s thesis “Light Theory and Bioaesthetics in David Kakabadze’s Works” connects classical and new methodological aspects through modernist studies. He was elected as curator of the “Fest I Nova” from 2020 to the present. His works, articles and projects cover a wide range of modernist and contemporary paradigms, from analyses of Pirosmani’s works to post-industrial urban phenomena. He is chief editor of “Journal” („ჟურნალი“), which is published periodically and is focused on visual studies in contemporary culture. In his lectures, public talks and critical writings he builds bridges between art, architecture, the image, and a lived aesthetic experience

Articles

30/09/2022

THE GLORY OF DADA

The story of Georgian Dadaism began sometime in the late 1910s, when the Zdanevich brothers (Kiril & Ilia) decided to form the art group “41 degrees”. Through Ilia’s concepts of “orchestral painting” and “everythingism,” the brothers aimed to transgress the boundaries of art, while simultaneously drawing different cultural patterns and meanings from the history of world art.

30/09/2022

SOMETIMES PARADISE IS A SAD STORY

On 23 April, Tornike Robakidze’s solo show was launched in gallery 4710. The name of the exhibition already promises us something about the celestial realm, but while doing so, it also reveals a kind of melancholy and doubt. What has sadness to do with paradise? On entering the gallery, one sees entire walls covered with pencil sketches/drawings.

30/09/2022

THE RENEWAL OF FRENCH GOTHIC TRADITION THROUGH GEORGIAN CONTEMPORARY

Throughout world history, the use of stained glass has been connected with the church and other religious facilities. For thousands of years, different types of glass were produced to animate or narrate Christian stories and illuminations.

30/09/2022

DIGITAL NATIVES

Over the past 30 years, the internet has reshaped and rearranged our communal understanding of the environment in the most diverse ways. When virtuality governs our everyday life, our main concern is whether it may become part of our perception.

30/09/2022

"IT SEEMS LIKE THAT" - ANDRO WEKUA

On September 17, Andro Wekua’s solo show “It seems like that” was opened in Sprüth Magers, Berlin. This time, Wekua is presented among the “Berlin Art-week” shows, which is probably one of the most important events held in the city.

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