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Tamar Gedevanishvili/ Spring Issue

Tamar Gedevanishvili, an artist from Tbilisi, Georgia. Throughout her illustrious career, Tamar has showcased her works in numerous exhibitions, marking her presence in the global art scene. Her debut solo exhibition in 1987 at the Merani Publishing House laid the foundation for her future endeavors, setting the stage for a prolific artistic journey.

In 2021, Tamar embarked on a new chapter as an educator, assuming the role of associate professor at GIPA, Specializing in "Drawing," visual communication/advertising, and communication design.

Tamar's artistic prowess reached new heights with her solo exhibition titled "Improper Intersections" at the Museum of History, Karvasla, in June 2022. Curated by Lika Mamatsashvili, the exhibition showcased a captivating collection of acrylic paintings and graphic works, captivating audiences with its thought-provoking themes and innovative techniques.

Driven by a sense of solidarity and social responsibility, Tamar actively participated in the "Free City" project in 2023, a collaborative effort by Georgian artists in support of the Ukrainian people. Her art transcended boundaries and served as a powerful expression of unity and compassion.

Continuing her artistic endeavors, Tamar showcased an art performance titled "Connections" on May 6, 2023, dedicated to Europe Day and implemented by the European Union and United Nations Development Program. Her polyptych presentation at the Expo Georgia Pavilion underscored her ability to evoke profound emotions and spark meaningful dialogues through her art.

Tamar's contributions to the art world were further highlighted in group exhibitions such as "Our Times," organized by the Kettari Foundation, and "Holiday/Fiesta" at n9Gallery. Her works from the "Improper Intersections" series, characterized by their paper and acrylic compositions, captivated audiences with their compelling narratives and exquisite craftsmanship.

As Tamar continues to push the boundaries of artistic expression, her impact on the contemporary art scene reverberates far and wide, leaving an indelible mark on the canvas of art history.


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