Georgia

What do exiled Russian art world figures think of the war? We spoke to three in Tbilisi to find out

A museum director, theatre director and artist describe the lack of hope—and warn that cultural sanctions may cause the intelligentsia to unite against the west

Roadside sculpture in Georgia—which some believed to be a satanic monument—demolished following early-morning bombing

The 16ft-tall structure, sometimes referred to as "America’s Stonehenge", was built in 1980 and inscribed with a ten-part message that may have been meant to help survivors of an apocalyptic event rebuild society

Georgian galleries unite for first Tbilisi Gallery Weekend in support of Ukraine

Commercial spaces will exhibit and sell works made by artists during Russia’s invasion

Experts raise alarm over fate of Georgia's leading art museum amid political upheaval

Concerns persist that a government-backed renovation of the Shalva Amiranashvili Museum of Fine Arts in Tbilisi could endanger its collection of 139,000 ancient and modern works

Why I agreed to join the advisory board of the art fair in Georgia (no, not the southern US state)

It has art schools, tradition, a culturally rich catchment area, and a true-grit backer

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Why the new Tbilisi Art Fair restores pleasure to buying art

It’s affordable, good quality, unspeculative—and the wine is great

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Georgia and Russia rattle their sabres over war damage

Both sides claim the other damaged historic buildings