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11 - 14 April

Teona Yamanidze

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Night ( after Kuindzhi).

20X25 cm, oil on canvas, 2023,

500 usd.

Into the void ( the pink room)

50x50cm, 2023, oil on canvas

1,200 USD


After school

50x70 cm, oil on canvas, 2022,

1400 usd

The playground II

145X120 cm, 2023, oil on canvas

7,200 USD

Untitled, pink dress,

20x24 cm,

500 usd



20x24 cm,

500 usd,



20x30 cm, oil in canvas

600 usd,


The playground, I

150X120 cm, 2023, oil on canvas

7,200 USD

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Teona Yamanidze's works reflect her personal experiences as an immigrant Georgian woman. Through creating abstract structural

compositions in opposition to the figure she tries to draw a parallel between the social construct of Georgian culture and its

interaction with the Western mindset. Her works address the social, political, and psychological dimensions of immigration and

examine the space of exile and issues with foreign identity.


Teona Yamanidze's works have been exhibited internationally, including at the General Consulate of Georgia in New York, the

Winzavod Center for Contemporary Culture in Moscow, Berlin International Art Week, the Mars Center for Contemporary Culture in

Moscow, “National Wet Paint Biennial”, the Zhou B Art Center, Chicago, H Gallery in Los Angeles and Viridian Artists Gallery at

Chelsea, New York.  She was involved in an exhibition project with the Everson Museum for Contemporary Art titled “That Day Now:

Shadows Cast by Hiroshima” devoted to the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, Japan. She has been an artist,

creating show-specific artwork, and a curator and researcher within the archives of the Museum in preparation for the exhibit. Teona

has received several awards including the Edmund S. Muskie Fellowship for Young Leaders, Fulbright research scholarship, and

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant.