Giorgi Danibegashvili was born in 1986, multidisciplinary Artist who lives and works in Tbilisi,
Georgia. In 2012 Graduated from the Tbilisi State Academy in Fine Arts with the degree of fine
arts. Since graduation participated in numerous exhibitions on local as well as international levels.
In 2017 his installation was selected among the finalists of the competition "Contemporary Talents"
by prestigious Francoise Schneider Foundation.
His artistic approach is a consequence of interdisciplinary research and experience which
combines several activities, such as: paintings, video art, installation, sculpture, sound and
philosophy. Field of artistic interest includes reflections on feelings and memories and their
construction in space-time continuum and how in general context technology is reflected and
influences creative process on the events of this intersection as a discourse. In addition,
Giorgi draws his inspiration from the close observation of contemporary artistic processes,
from research of these trends, which are then interpreted in his own artistic language.
2001-2005 J. Nikoladze Art Institute
2008-2012 Tbilisi State Academy of Arts
2015 Diachronic Variations, Gamrekeli Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia
2015 Ecstasy of Time, Tbilisi History Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia
2013 Colorful Visions, Tbilisi History Museum, Tbilisi, Georgia
2004 Gallery Baia, Tbilisi, Georgia
2017 Exposition of the finalists "Contemporary Talents", Museum of contemporary Art, Wattwiller, France
2011 TBC Bank,Tbilisi, Georgia
2010 Gallery Vanda, Tbilisi, Georgia
2009 M. Berdzenishvili International Cultural Center Muza, Tbilisi, Georgia
2008 Gallery Vernissage,Tbilisi, Georgia
2007 Jessica Hagen Gallery, Newport, USA
2017 Nominated for the Bloom Award by Warsteiner,(Category painting) Cologne,Germany
2017 Shortlisted for "Contemporary Talents" Fondation Francois Schneider, (Category Installation) Wattwiller, France
2011 Winner of the Art Exhibition, Universe of Lev Tolstoy, Russian Drama Theater, Tbilisi, Georgia
1997 Diploma for the Best Work in Exhibition, Child and World, E. Akhvlediani Art Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia