On the occasion of the anniversary of the 200-year friendship between Georgia and Germany, Museum Goch, the CCA Center for Contemporary Art Tbilisi and the curator Maria Wildeis will be taking part with Frauenkulturbür NRW e.V. in joint group exhibitions in Georgia and NRW in summer and autumn 2017.
Spying Future” is an Exhibition Project of Center of Contemporary Art-Tbilisi in the framework on "Tbilisi Science and Innovation Festival 2016” supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of Georgia.
The Exhibition will take place at National Scientific Library participating 18 Georgian Artists.
The exhibition “Writing with Color II” initiated by the Center of the Contemporary Art-Tbilisi and supported by the Ministry of Culture and monument protection of Georgia will be opened on 27th of May, Friday, at 18:00 at the Europe House in Tbilisi.
Painting as many other forms of artistic expression suffered enormously from the ideologic dictatorship under the Soviet regime. There was basically only one subject content allowed in visual art: Socialist realism. Though it was prohibited by state law to paint different content than demanded by Socialist realism policy, there were artists, who resisted the system and developed their own artistic language,.