Artist Ketevan Shalamberidze depicted her feelings against coronavirus on canvas for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

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Artist Ketevan Shalamberidze depicted her feelings against coronavirus on canvas for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts

Upon the spread of the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) worldwide, artist Ketevan Shalamberidze reflected her feelings regarding the epidemic and struggle against the virus on canvas with intrinsic expressions.

According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, the artist Ketevan Shalamberidze reflected her feelings on canvas about the coronavirus, which caused tens of thousands of deaths throughout the world, and relations between mankind and nature, and time and space.

In the statement, it was stated that a different artist will share his or her feelings on canvas on behalf of the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts in order to draw attention to the fight against the coronavirus and to warnings and measures to be followed in the fight against the pandemic.

Who is Ketevan Shalamberidze?
She was born in the city of Tbilisi in Georgia in 1960. She graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1986. She has been a member of the Georgian Artists Association since 1986. She is a participant of many exhibitions;

2019 – “Four Aspects of the Self”, “34” Gallery, Tbilisi
2018 – “Infinite Space”, Red Square Gallery, Tbilisi
2013 – ‘Bakuriani 2013’
2012 – “Impression”, “Wanda” Gallery, Tbilisi
2009 – Solo exhibition in London
2007 – “Pro-Art” Project, Tbilisi
2002 – Charity Solo Exhibition, High Point, North Carolina
1999 – Tbilisi State Museum, Tbilisi

Ketevan Shalamberidze is a participant of many foreign and national exhibitions:
2018 – ‘Life and Style’, International Printing Fair, Tbilisi
2017 – Black Square, Wanda Art Gallery, Tbilisi
2015- “Silk Road”, an exhibition of contemporary famous artists, Xi’an, China
2014- “Creative City” exhibition of three Georgian artists, Paris
2012 – “Art does not need words to unite people” …, Salo, Italy
2001 Georgia Culture Days, Beadleston Gallery, New York
1996 – International Art Festival, Edinburgh
1996- Georgian art “Old place” JOVILI, Somerset
1995- “Georgian Art” Art Center, Baku. Azerbaijan
1990 – ‘Intergraph’ Berlin, Germany

Ketevan Shalamberidze attended many art fairs:
2012- Chelsea Art Fair, London
2011 – “International Art Festival-Feminine Art” Women Artists Association, Trabzon
2010- Russian, Asian and Eastern Art Fair in London.
1997 – International fair “Deco 97 in Berlin” The exhibition, “Hobby Gallery”, Berlin.

Her works are included in private collections in England, France, USA, Germany, Belgium, Italy, Georgia and other countries.