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“KIMERIONI” IN 1919-1920 - ART CAFE OF DECADENT ARTISTS OR THE TEMPLE OF “NEW ART”?
NINO CHIKHLADZE
Georgian National Museum. Museum of Fine Arts

In the early 20th century artistic café clubs and café cabarets, as the places of gathering for art leaders’ and venues of creativity events, were spread in Europe and Russia. Similar places were also available in Tbilisi
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ჩანაფიქრიდან რეალიზაციამდე, მიხეილ თუმანიშვილის სპექტაკლების მხატვრული გადაწყვეტის პრინციპი (რეჟისორის მოსაზრებათა მიხედვით) (ნაწილი II) | Print |
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ელენე თუმანიშვილი
გიორგი ჩუბინაშვილის სახელობის ქართული ხელოვნების ისტორიისა
და ძეგლთა დაცვის კვლევის ეროვნული ცენტრი

რუსთაველის თეატრთან შედარებით გაცილებით მცირე ზომის კინომსახიობთა თეატრი და მისი სცენა უფრო კამერულ, ინტიმურ გადაწყვეტას ითხოვს, მაყურებელთა დარბაზთან მაქსიმალურად მიახლოებული ფიცარნაგიდან, როგორც ხელისგულზე, ისე მოჩანს მსახიობის
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FROM THE INTENTION TO THE REALISATION – THE PRINCIPLE OF ARTISTIC CONCEPT OF MICHAEL TUMANISHVILI’S PLAYS, ACCORDING TO THE OPINION OF THE STAGE DIRECTOR
ELENE TUMANISHVILI
George Chubinashvili National Research Centre
for Georgian Art History and Heritage Preservation


The problem, discussed in the paper concerns the following issues:
1. What was the creative creed of a theatre director M. Tumanishvili? What kind of theatre was he aspired to create? To what an extent were these plays, their ideas and messages, up to date and responding to the reality?
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Specifics of Modernistic Artistic Worldview
Giorgi Khoshtaria
The basis of our article is the paradox, which, in my opinion, characterizes worldview of Modernistic fine Art. With its specifics Modern time is distinguished from ancient times.
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Georgian graphic art (1900-1920 )
Mary Karbelashvili
In the beginning of XX century the development of graphic art in Georgia was based on the tendencies which were characteristic for the visual art of XIX century. First was laid down the foundations of book design and illustration was laid and then -  the magazine drawings.
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Art Nouveau Architectural Heritage Close to Mtskheta - Karsani Magnetic Observatory
Maia Mania
0 The Tbilisi observatory conducted magnetic observations until 1904, but had to move to Karsani, near Mtskheta in 1905, due to the electrification of Tbilisi streets.
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Architecture in 1900-1920
Nunu Asatiani
The very interesting process of the development of architecture continued in the first decades of the 20th century. The furnishing of the cities with unique features has been started at the beginning of the 19th century – in a quiet, but an extremely complicated time from the socio-political point of view.
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Tbilisi in 1910-1920ies (Historical Overview of the Cultural Life)
Mzia Chishradze
The cultural life of Tbilisi of 1910-1920s is an important event in the history of Georgian Art. That was the period when many creative unions and circles were established in Tbilisi and they played an important role in cultural life of the city, Caucasian Society of Fine Arts,
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Oscar Schmerling and German artistic tradition Resume
Tsisia Kiladze
It is known that in XIX century was established the new Georgian painting. The first European experience brought in this time through Russia to Georgia was a realistic style and in such a way much loved and widely distributed in Russia realism was infiltrated
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Tbilisi Entrance Halls

Tsisia Kiladze, Marine Medsmariashvili, Tamaz Gersamia
Tbilisi of XIX century, according to one journalist of that period, resembled the twofaced Janus – one face looked at Europe, the other one – at Asia. It was attractive with its local colour reflected in decorative appearance and everyday life. It was the period when

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