George Abramidze is a talented and innovative artist from Tbilisi, Georgia. From dancing houses to his amazing collages made out of regular everyday objects, he makes things around him come ALIVE! Ordinary houses have emotions, have friends, have bad days, have cracks and scars, can dance and lean, can drink and befriend other houses, yet still hold their form.Since 1989 George has participated in multiple international and group exhibitions in Georgia and abroad. His works are in public and private collections in Georgia, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Lithuania, Turkey, Russia, Slovakia, Greece, Spain, France, China, and the USA.
In his art, he focuses on easel painting, monumental paintings, graphic sculptures, large installations, objects, and design.
George is a member of the Artists Union of Georgia, BBK Bundesverband Bildender Künstlerinnen und Künstler (Federal Association of Artists, Germany), and the International Federation of Artists UNESCO.
In his own words...
I was born in 1966 in Georgia. In the information era that we live in, enormous visual and cultural information enters and settles in our souls. It affects us without our explicit permission and often without us even consciously noticing it. What is portrayed by contemporary art, its direction, focus, and philosophy changes our attitudes towards the past.
The art is created not only thanks to the artist's efforts, but also because of the inertness of society's spiritual interests. Each artistic, aesthetic, philosophic direction and school of thought are indicators of the living pulsation of certain epochs and times. The mouthpiece of interests of the current social order. Each "ism", each artistic movement is the expression of life, beauty, continuity, movement, human thought, opinion, and originates based on
a continuous state of exploration, dissatisfaction with the existing status quo and based on everlasting spiritual thirst.
Any human being, and especially a creative individual, always strives to recognize the unknown