9th Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events

November 4-14, 2016
ARTISTERIUM is a Tbilisi annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Event organized by the Georgia-based non-governmental art organization Artisterium Association. The event is composed of international exhibitions, individual art projects, educational and cultural programs. ARTISTERIUM hosts the artists, artist groups, curators and art critics from around the world.

The previous projects of contemporary artists from Europe ignited a special interest from Georgian audiences. Due to the importance of introducing the Georgian contemporary art scene to internationally-crafted approaches to multimedia art-practice, the Artisterium aims at creation of a platform for exchange on the ever-shifting, ever-challenging state of contemporary art and culture.

ARTISTERIUM is supported by the Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia. International culture organizations functioning in Tbilisi, such as British Council, French Institute and Goethe Institute have partnered with the event since its establishment in 2008.

Other partners and sponsors of the ARTISTERIUM since 2008 include: Embassies of the USA (2008-2015), Poland (2009-2013), Holland (2009-2010), Estonia (2010), Israel (2013-2014) as well as Japanese Foundation (2011), European Cultural Foundation (2010, 2012, 2013), Open Society Institute (2010, 2013), Culture Ireland (2009-2014), Kultur Schmiede (2010), SEAS black/north (2010), Intecult (2010), Greek State Museum of Contemporary Art (2009-2010), Wales Arts International (2011, 2014), Nine Dragon Heads, Korea (2009-2015), Pro Helvetia (2010, 2011, 2013, 2014), Parsons the New School for Design, (2012), FRAME, visual art Finland (2015).

Since 2008 ARTISTERIUM has worked with Georgian businesses such as Meidan Group (2009-2013), Okami Wine (2009,2010), Goodwill Catering (2010), Teliani Valley Wine (2010), Silknet (2011), Beeline (2011), Outdoor Typography (2009, 2010, 2011, 2013), Mtatsinda Park (2013) and International Tobacco Foundation (2013).

The exhibition spaces of the event: Georgian National Museum, Tbilisi History Museum, State Museum of Georgian Literature, Europe House, Tbilisi State Academy of Arts, Gala Gallery, Container Gallery, etc.

Address: 5/66 Balanchivadze str Tbilisi 0171, Georgia
T: 995 (5) 74 32 51 71
M: 995 (32) 232 39 11