Exhibitions were opened in TBC Gallery and TBC Art Gallery within the Kolga of Tbilisi.
On May 7, the exhibition of Levan Kherkheulidze was opened in TBC Art Gallery. Portraits will stay in the gallery for 1 week.
“I love to watch for a man, when the moment is best seen, the nature of its nature, the more precisely the mission that is unique in this world, the black-and-white image is very helpful, the less important it is to get the environment in which I feel. The convergence of the human and the environment is perfect, and there is a third component – my mood I believe that all the works reflect the interior world of the author so that all the photos are self portraits and how the photographer is looking for themselves, “says Levan Kherkheulidze.
3 exhibitions will be hosted by TBC Gallery:
· “Near the Place”
Authors – Leake Powell, I’m Giving
Photographers design a umbrella for Tbilisi photos, will be shown on the umbrella for the first time. Both photographer comes from documentary photography, but their works are fraught with factual representation and transform into intuitive and existential experiences.
· “My face is your landscape”
Author – Max Cardle
Portraits and landscape photographer’s paintings were presented on numerous exhibitions and published in various magazines and newspapers worldwide. The portraits contain tears – as if people are sunk into their own and do not notice the photogenic nature of a landscape similar to a postcard. The landscape is a mirror of personal thoughts, as the mirror of the nature of nature.
· “Revolution, Alternative View”
Author – Bill Owens
His work has influenced many photographers of the same generation: Mardin Parry, Gabriel Basilico and A. Sh. The photographs earned attention to the directors: Sophia Coppola, David Burin and others. His book Suburbia (“The Suburb”) gained the scholarship of Guggenheim in 1973 and sold over a million copies. The black-and-white photograph describes students’ protest movement in 1967-68 in San Francisco. The tape is reflected on the students’ progress in the Vietnam War, segregation, racial discrimination and general upheaval and revolt against the government. He uses photography as a “visual anthropology” and describes the cultural revolution in which the 60-ies of the 20th century was eroded.