'20 God said, “I command the ocean to be full of living creatures, and I command birds to fly above the earth.”
21 So God made the giant sea monsters and all the living creatures that swim in the ocean. He also made every kind of bird. God looked at what he had done, and it was good.
22 Then he gave the living creatures his blessing—he told the ocean creatures to increase and live everywhere in the ocean and the birds to increase everywhere on earth.
23 Evening came, then morning—that was the fifth day.'

The Why Not Gallery is glad to present artist Malkhaz Gorgadze’s second solo show ‘Admonition’.
Malkhaz Gorgadze (b. 1941) is among the most important representatives of Soviet Georgian monumental art. Publicly the artist was known for his monumental relief and mosaic panoramas and only recently his paintings became known to the general public. The artist employs his years-worth experience of working in public spaces and translates the monumental scale and perception into the discourse of contemporary art, creating canvases of no less physicality and intensity.
Presented exhibition thematically differs from the artist’s signature works, which mainly revolve around idyllic scenarios developed in magical landscapes, and through these highly aesthetic compositions, discuss philosophical, universal issues. His most recent series united under the title ‘Admonition’ reflects on the recent socio-political events, be it the pandemic, war in the region, the destruction and alienation that has engulfed and preoccupied our society. These paintings, infiltrated with symbolism act as the chronicles of our times and could be read as a kind of prophesy.

Similar Events

The event title is the most important line of text supplied in an event submission, it's the first thing a customer reads

Here you will find announcements about current and future cultural events including exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, theater shows, and various cultural events organized both within Georgia and beyond its borders. All of the events represent activities taking place in the realm of Georgian art and culture.