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Wednesday 22.07.2020

Quiet Life, a solo exhibition by Kote Sulaberidze at the Contemporary Art Gallery of the Georgian National Museum.


From the series Quite Life, #3 Mashed Georgia, 2020, oil, canvas, one real object 150x150 cm

Quiet Life / Kote Sulaberidze
Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi History Museum, Contemporary Art Gallery
http://museum.ge

Info

Public Opening: July 22, 6 pm Exhibition duration: July 22 - September 5, 2020 Working hours: Tuesday-Sunday, from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Contact

cagthm@gmail.com
Tsiko Jankarashvili
+995 551 203 556;

Address

http://museum.ge
Georgian National Museum, Contemporary Art Gallery
8, Sioni Str.
0105 Tbilisi
Georgia

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Kote Sulaberidze belongs to the first generation of Georgian artists who tasted the intoxication of freedom after the collapse of the USSR in the early 1990s. An extraordinary time when the strict ideological confines of socialist realism melted away into history, almost overnight.

The paintings and installations in Quiet Life present table surfaces filled with objects of everyday life and texts of random dialogues. The Georgian dialogues are selected conversations between the artist and his wife - also an artist.

This will be the first post-COVID exhibition at the reopened Contemporary Art Gallery of the Georgian National Museum - conceived in collaboration with the German artist, Caroline Bayer. Due to the global pandemic, she was unable to come to Tbilisi – an enforced quietness, that like the objects in the exhibition and the texts scattered among them, show that in the mind the experience of life is anything but quiet.