Please join us at VITRINE Bermondsey for a recorded audio tour made by the artist in which Kutateladze talks through his current solo exhibition 'The way we live together'. A smartphone will be required to scan the QR code.
This event will run from 12-6pm as part of London Gallery Weekend's South London Day.
Further information on London Gallery Weekends exhibitions, events and programme can be found here
Nika Kutateladze (b. 1989, Tbilisi, GE) lives and works in Tbilisi, GE. He holds a BA in Architecture from the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (2011) and an MA from Centre of Contemporary Art, Tbilisi (2013).
He has exhibited internationally at institutions, biennials, galleries and fairs including: Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art, Paris, FR; Tbilisi Architectural Biennial 2018, CE; Kunsthalle Tbilisi, GE; Yarat Contemporary Art Centre, Baku, AZ; Centre Of Contemporary Art Tbilisi, GE; Pavilion #6 at Expo Georgia, Tbilisi, GE; Art villa Garikula, GE; Writers House, Tbilisi, GE; Gallery Artbeat, Tbilisi, GE; La Station, Niece, FR; Gallery Container, Tbilisi, GE; and Paris Internationale, Paris, FR.
Gallery Artbeat is a pioneering contemporary art gallery based in Tbilisi, GE representing mid-career and emerging Georgian artists. Between 2014-2017 the gallery started its journey as a project space in a moving gallery using a shipping container for site-specific exhibitions to introduce contemporary art in peripheral locations where museums and galleries don’t function. In October 2017 the gallery found it’s permanent home in the heart of Tbilisi. The gallery has a significant presence on the international art scene, collaborating with major institutions and museums and taking part in art fairs such as NADA Miami, Untitled Miami, Art Dubai, Artissima, Art Cologne. Their aim is to support artists throughout their artistic journeys, foster cultural activities both locally and abroad, collaborate with international galleries and organisations and mark Georgia on an international art map.