Untitled Gallery Tbilisi / Collective 90x / Salaam Cinema Baku
(c) Dato Koridze
Giorgi Rodionov is a Tbilisi-based artist and a curator focused on social and political stories that change eras. He was born in Tbilisi, Georgia in 1990. Having grown up in a post-Soviet country his interest in social structures and identities grew a lot. After graduating from journalism in one of the universities in the capital of Georgia, he moved to Europe and continued studies in contemporary arts for his MA. Most of Giorgi’s works are based on his researches that are later transformed into the installation, performance, participative art, book, or other different mediums.
As for the journalistic practice, he is very much interested in bringing science, art, and the rest of the society together to deal with the issues as a joint power.
His artistic activity list includes many exhibitions in different European countries and Georgia, as well as personal projects published in different mediums. Giorgi lives and works in Tbilisi where he co-founded a gallery in Tbilisi calls “Untitled Gallery Tbilisi” that aims to bring artists from the south Caucasus together.
Giorgi is one of the speakers at the Art Space Connect conference on 06 and 07 November 2020
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