Works by more than 20 artists from Caucasus are be presented in Centre for Contemporary Art in Ujazdowski Castle. The exhibition is divided into three parts presenting art from Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. More than 20 artists from Caucasus will take part in the exhibition i.a. Vahram Aghasyan, Eldar Agamalov,Faiq Akhmedov, Farid Aliyev, Eliar Alimirzoyev, Agdes Bagirzade, Rena Effendi, Rafig Gambarov, Kahn Gasimov, Gamid Ibadullayev, Fahriya Mamedova, Jeyhun Ojadov, Sevinj Pirizade, Farid Rasulov, Mahmud Rustamov, Sabina Shikhlinskaya, Iliko Zautashvili, Archil Turmanidze, Niko Tsetkhladze, Elene Rakviashvili, Temo Javakshvili, Konstantin Sulaberidze, Kote Jinchardze, Konstantin Mindadze, Wato Tsereteli, Gio Sumbadze, Maia Sumbadze, Mikhail Gogrichiani.

The idea behind the project is to present various, independent approaches to culture and its uniqueness and simplicity:
  • from Armenia: series of exhibition projects under the title 'Ghost town' ; works refer to earthquake, which took place in Giumri in 1988. Soviet authorities initited the building of new objects however they have never finished them. In his works Vahram Aghasyan presents half-finished ruins of the future, that never arrived.
  • from Azerbaijan: the project titled 'La Vie en Rouge' is based on the works selected through a 'red filter'. This method of selection revealed extremely motley mix of completely different understanding of this expression.
  • from Georgia: the aim of the project under the title 'Structural changes' is to show different approaches to results of changes, which are showed not only fragmentarily and figuratively, but also in broad outline.
Besides the exhibition - the programme of Caucasian video art and experimental films will be presented at CCA Ujazdowski Castle in KINO.LAB (25th and 28th June).

CCA Ujazdowski Castle

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