Events

Exhibition "Ukraine Guernica" Takes Place in Tbilisi

Charity organization, 'For Ukraine' holds the exhibition "Ukraine Guernica" in Tbilisi, which will present 40 documentary photos of International photographers who documented Russian aggression in Ukraine during the months of February-April of 2022.

National Archives of Georgia Hosts Givi Kikvidze's Exhibition - "From the Sakinform archive"

National Archives of Georgia hosts Givi Kikvadze's exhibition "From the Sakinform archive", which will be held at 1 ave. Vazha Pshavela on May 10. 

The Why Not Gallery Presents Gvantsa Jishkariani's "I Dream of Fire"

The Why Not Gallery is pleased to present Gvantsa Jishkariani's eighth solo exhibition ‘I Dream of Fire’.

Maudi Presents a Group Exhibition - "First Stop"

Maudi presents a group exhibition - First Stop. The exposition brings together five young female artists' works - large-scale paintings and sketches.

Lara Michel's exhibition "When the heart stumbles" at Rooms Hotel Tbilisi

Rooms Hotel Tbilisi - Master Room is hosting Lara Michel's exhibition "Extrasystoles. When the heart stumbles..." at Chovelidze Street 1st.

Eric Lee Hosts a Lecture „Why the Georgian Experiment Matters“

On May 25, at 19:00, in relation to Georgia's Independence Day, American writer and journalist Eric Lee will deliver a public lecture at Ilia State University on the topic "Why the Georgian Experiment Matters".

Frederic Beigbeder Meets Georgian Readers on May 4

The famous French writer and literary critic Frederic Beigbeder, author of the sensational novels "99 francs" and "Love lives for three years," will meet with Georgian readers at the National Parliamentary Library.

Où va mon corps ? - Art Exhibit at Dissolution Gallery

The exhibition titled "Où va mon corps ?" opened on April 21 at Dissolution Gallery showing the work of Mano Svanidze, Jacob Troglen, and Natia Vakhtangishvili, and will last for a month.

Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum Hosts Exhibition "Three Colors - Green, Red, Blue"

Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum hosts the exhibition "Three Colors - Green, Red, Blue" starting from April 30th.