PARTICIPANT / Mamuka Japaridze

  • Name Mamuka Japaridze
  • Country United Kingdom
  • Vocation Not Available
  • Education Not Available
 

Date of Birth 1962 Tbilisi, Georgia

Education
1976 – 1980 I. Nikoladze Art School, Georgia
1980 – 1986 Tbilisi State Academy of Art, Georgia

Field multimedia

Solo exhibitions
2002 – “Double Eye”, video projection, Foundry, London, UK
2001 – “Door”, Botanic Garden & N Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia
2000 – “Still Life After Life”, Gallery “Kings gate”, London, UK
2000 – “In a Mirror”, Rail Road Earth, Atlanta, USA
1994 – “Rolex” Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia
1992 – “What Is What”, Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia

Group exhibitions
2009 – “Intimacy and distance” , Festival Radio Art, Vienna, Tbilisi, Budapest
2008 – “Artisterium” The International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Tbilisi Georgia; “demo traks” Arts Club, Mayfair London UK; “Voyage a Tbilissi” Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nantes, France; “Elusive”, The Parlour Studios & Project Space, London UK
2007 – “Two Hopes”, “Art Caucasus”, Tbilisi biennial, Georgia
2006 – KHOJ, Calcutta international artists workshop, India
2005 – “Art Caucasus”, Tbilisi biennial, Georgia; “Ecotopia” , Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi; HweiLan International Artists Workshop, Taiwan
2004 – Gyumri International Biennial, Armenia; IAAB Artists International Residency Programme, Basel, Switzerland
2003 – “Optimistic Transportation Taxi” Appendix 2, International Art festival, Tbilisi, Georgia
1999 – “From Tartarus’ Experience”, wall painting with sound installation, Georgian Pavilion, Venice Biennale, Italy
1998 – “Fruhstuk in der Villa Clementina” Wiesbaden, Germany; Spike Island, Bristol, UK
1997 – Shave Workshop, Somerset, UK
1996 – “Icon and Perception” , National Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia
1995 – “Rain Diary”, National Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia
1994 – “Silk Road”, Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia
1993 – “Heat and Conduct”, Mappin art gallery, Sheffield, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, UK; “Black Market” Tbilisi History Museum, Georgia

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