Moving Gallery by ArtBeat unifies three geographical locations in the western part of Georgia. Moving Gallery will be implemented by three exhibitions-in Nokalakevi, Batumi and Ozurgeti. Geographical locations in a certain way display nonmaterial-landscape cultural heritage. Collocated Moving Gallery on the background of contrast landscape will be represented by two personal and one dialogue-like exhibition. Some of the artists are represented by the gallery, some are invited. The cycle of exhibitions is united under the following caption or conception: Landscape, Cityscape, Seascape. Historic memory of Nokalakevi, post-soviet Ozurgeti and eclectic Batumi legibly denote or combine project caption. Given caption is some kind of variation of locations, which identity is determined by the landscape as a visual-semantic givenness.
The project is funded by Creative Georgia , which mission is to create an conducive environment for creative industries.
Landscape belongs to Nokalakevi. On the background of historic-cultural ruins and necropolis is being created a new landscpae. Moving Gallery on the given location represents a dialogue-like exhibition of two artists- Anuk Beluga and Tamar Nadiradze; namely dialogue of: two visual languages, artists and their works referring to history, cultural heritage to Georgian contemporary art. Definite works of both artists are dedicated to the mythological themes; due to this last one, both artists have been coincided with Nokalakevi archaeopolis, the locus deeply interconnected with the myth of Golden Fleece.
Curated by Konstantine Bolkvadze
The project funded by "Creative Georgia". https://www.facebook.com/creativegeorgiaLepl/