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  • Love will come tomorrowLove will come tomorrow

    Love will come tomorrow

    acrylic, oil, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Love will come tomorrow
  • Love heats love breathsLove heats love breaths

    Love heats love breaths

    acrylic, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Love heats love breaths
  • Love will come love exsistsLove will come love exsists

    Love will come love exsists

    acrylic, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Love will come love exsists
  • Come with me I want with youCome with me I want with you

    Come with me I want with you

    acrylic, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Come with me I want with you
  • Love will come todayLove will come today

    Love will come today

    acrylic, canvas
    50×50
    2016

    Love will come today
  • I love youI love you

    I love you

    acrylic, canvas
    50×50
    2016

    I love you
  • Hug meHug me

    Hug me

    acrylic, oil, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Hug me
  • Love is with youLove is with you

    Love is with you

    acrylic, oil, canvas
    150×150
    2016

    Love is with you
  • XY#5567ZE2014AS-2XY#5567ZE2014AS-2

    XY#5567ZE2014AS-2

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    150×150
    2014

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    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    2014

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    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    150×150
    2014

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    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    2014

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    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    2014

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    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    2014

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    XY#5511ZE2014AS

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    150×150
    2014

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  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    150×150
    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    150×150
    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
    addition 1/5
    150×150
    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
    addition 1/5
    150×150
    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
    addition 1/5
    150×150
    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • The Invisible fear of lonelinessThe Invisible fear of loneliness

    The Invisible fear of loneliness

    technique: film, multiexposition, manual handling, C-print, barite photo paper
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    2014

    The Invisible fear of loneliness
  • F63,9

    F63,9

    Every person wants to love and to be loved with strong, true and sincere love. Find your part of love at the exhibition where you can collect feelings. Contemporary artist Zurab Arabidze fills his works with the most simple phrases. With the words, which we say to express our desire, love and warmth. Works are untitled. On canvas one and the same phrase is being repeated with mantras principle. Visitor must read each word of every work from the beginning till the end. Energy charge, which mantra creates, penetrates into different layers of persons unconsciousness and fills each cell with information. “I love you”, “come to me”, “I miss you”, “ I want to be with you” – repeated 100 or more, is some kind of meditation for visitors. This series of artworks are for everyone, who loves to hug, who considers that love is and always will be, for whom love breathes, for those who believe that love will come, if not today than tomorrow.

    • The invisible fear of loneliness

      The invisible fear of loneliness

      The Invisible fear of loneliness ( Quantum involvement) Statement On the surface of a sea, a white particle of a light, having no mass or size, strives for the perfection. Aspiring to infinity, where it should find it’s second half. With the speed of 300 km in an hour, it runs from the black surface and breaks through the space on a surface of a sea. The lonely Phiton moves even faster then a light, for the defeating of loneliness. In the project “The invisible fear of loneliness”, an author compares human aspiration for finding their second half to the Phitons chaotic movements. Mutual dependence of the light particles, during the quantum involvement can be perceived as an analogue to the ideal relation between a man and a woman. No matter how far the Phitons are from each other, despite the distance, they don’t loose the contact with each other. Phitons in quantum involvement are under a constant interaction. Auto-Phobism – the fear of loneliness. Perhaps, it would be strange if there do not exist any such a phoby. The fear of loneliness is a part of life. The fear of what will be in the future. The Loneliness in the present may not be so dramatic at all. The invisible fear appears, when you start to think about how long the loneliness will last. The particles of the light in the boundless sea. The space, were no ends are seen. In this case the sea is the universe, in which we live and in which’s infinity we strive not to be alone.

      Professional Activities

      Architecture, Design, Contemporary art
      Since 2005 Live and work in Moscow, Russia

      Biography

      Official name – Zurab Arabidze. Containing of 13 symbols
      Date of Birth: February 13th. 1980. He never suffered of Triskaidekaphobia (Panic fear of the number 13)
      Place of birth: Tbilisi
      1997/2002 – Georgian Technical University. Master’s degree in Architecture and Design granted.

      He started making thoughts about Architecture when he was 4. After he discovered having the Peniaphobia (the fear of poverty) because was concerned about the future of the children deprived of parental care. He hasn’t yet fulfilled his wish of building a house for them.

      He started painting at age 6. First painting “crazy fight” did not made his first exhibition “Window to the city” (1995).
      He became interested in photography at age 21. His first personal exhibition “Private paradigms” was held in Moscow Modern Art Center “Vinzavod” in 2009. Zurab Arabidze was the first Georgian artist whose exhibition was organized in Moscow after the Georgia-Russia war in August 2008.

      Minimalism (ABC Art) white emptiness, dry geometric forms, neutral tones. Cleaned of symbolism and metaphors.
      The geometric figures in ABC Art are born to the most simple and most general legitimacy – the movement of matter through time and space.

      Zurab Arabidze’s perspective worldview is based on principles of minimalism. The perspective starts at one point. That very point can be both the beginning and the end. The choice is up to every individual.

      Solo Exhibitions

      2016 Personal exhibition “Mass Hallucination of Still Modernity” “RUARTS gallery” Moscow, Russia
      2016 Personal exhibition “F 63.9” “Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2012 Personal exhibition “Silentium” plant design “Flacon” Moscow, Russia
      2012 Personal exhibition “Architecture + Fashion + Art = 3D project” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2009 Personal exhibition “Personal paradigm” in the center of contemporary art “Winzavod” gallery “Fotoloft” Moscow, Russia
      1999 Personal exhibition “Parallel connection” “Georgian State Technical University” Tbilisi, Georgia
      1995 Personal exhibition “Window in city” “Republican palace of youth” Tbilisi, Georgia

      Group Exhibitions

      2016 International Contemporary Art Festival “Caravan Art Forum” Georgia Kutaisi
      2015 ARTISTERIUM 8 Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events. Georgia
      2015 Participant of the exhibition “Batumi grafikart festival” center for contemporary art “CAC 41N/ 41E” Batumi, Georgia
      2015 Participant of the exhibition “Abstraction” gallery “Container” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2014 ARTISTERIUM 7 Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events. Georgia
      2014 Participant of the exhibition “Black sea” center for contemporary art “CAC 41N/ 41E” Batumi, Georgia
      2012 international festival – biennale “Aluminium” Museum center Baku, Azerbaijan
      2012 Participant of the exhibitor “Different techniques” center for contemporary art “Winzavod” gallery “Fotoloft” Moscow, Russia
      2011 Fest i Nova 2011 international festival of contemporary art, in honor of brothers Zdanevich Garikula , Georgia
      2011 Participant of the exhibition “human factor” to be held on the streets of Tbilisi. as part of the event “Days of Europe” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2011 Participant of the exhibition “Positions – Georgian artists in Europe” as part of the event “Days of Europe” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2011 Participant of the exhibition “Contemporary art of Georgia” gallery “Caravan gallery” Paris, France
      2010 Participant of the exhibition “Stations” gallery “Caravan gallery” Paris, France
      1994 Participant of the exhibitors “Still life” “Republican palace of youth” Tbilisi, Georgia

      Art Fairs

      2016 international art fair “Cosmoscow” gallery “TNN gallery” Moscow, Russia
      2013 international art fair “Art Moscow” gallery “Caravan gallery” Moscow, Russia
      2013 IVth international art fair “Art Vilnius” gallery “Caravan gallery” Vilnius, Lithuania
      2013 international art fair “Art bosphorus” gallery “Caravan gallery” Istanbul, Turkey
      2012 international art fair “Art bosphorus” gallery “Caravan gallery” Istanbul, Turkey
      2010 14th international art fair “Art Moscow” gallery “Fotoloft” Moscow, Russia
      2010 14th international art fair “Art Moscow” gallery “N gallery” Moscow, Russia
      2008 international art fair “Extravaganza Moscow” gallery “Fotoloft” Moscow, Russia
      2008 international art fair “Millionaire fair Moscow” gallery “Fotoloft” Moscow, Russia

      Auctions

      2016 CHRISTIE’S contemporary art auction “off white” Moscow, Russia

      Exhibition Architect

      2016 Exhibition “ACROPHOBIA” “Gamrekeli Gallery” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2016 Exhibition “GRAVITY” “RUARTS Gallery” Moscow, Russia
      2015 Exhibition “Abstraction” gallery “Container” Tbilisi, Georgia
      2014 Exhibition “Margos ezo” gallery “Container” Tbilisi, Georgia

      Winner of competitions

      2003 Winner of the architectural competition “Joint complex, theater and the City” Poti, Georgia
      2002 Winner of the architectural competition “Living complex” Borjomi, Georgia
      2001 Winner for the rehabilitation of historic District of Tbilisi “Avlabari”



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