Natela Iankoshvili – An Artist’s Life between Coercion & Freedom

A new book dedicated to the Georgian painter Natela Iankoshvili has come to the attention of the quarterly supplement...

The Hidden Shame of Gori, And No, It’s Not Stalin

Last weekend, I took time to explore Gori. Just an hour by shared taxi outside Tbilisi...

Contemporary Int’l Relations & Georgia’s Possible Response. Part II

Every coin has two sides, and what we are dealing with here does too...

Turkish Ambassador: We Need Connectivity to Get Re-Established

As part of GEORGIA TODAY’s ongoing ‘Ambassadors Go Live’ series, we spoke to the Turkish Ambassador to Georgia...

Liberty Theater Marks 15th Anniversary

Tbilisi has a plethora of theaters, good taste and a rich artistic school...

Don Quixote on a Shoe String, World-Famous Hidalgo Hits Tumanishvili Stage

The Tumanishvili Film Actors’ Theater recently staged the premiere...

Nina Ananiashvili Rounds Up 164th Ballet Season, Looks ahead to the Next

This weekend the 164th Georgian ballet season will draw to a close with...

Georgian Architect’s Project Receives International Prize

Georgian architect Giorgi Khmaladze, famous for designing the futuristic...

Artist of the Month: Carl Andre, Sculpture as Place

Encompassing more than 300 works, ‘Carl Andre: Sculpture as Place...

Country Comes to Town!

Some weeks ago, BBC radio broadcasted a short piece of information about...

The Ruler…a Dead Duck?

The monthly CineClub, in partnership with CineDoc, screened Shalva Shengeli’s...

Abstract Fabric Paintings, Net Sculptures Star at Tbilisi Art Exhibit

Tbilisi’s Rooms Hotel Gallery played host to an exhibition....

Varvaridze, Painting to Breathe

For Alexander Varvaridze, a middle-aged painter, a woman bears a bright orange color...