An ancient culture, Georgia is a land of inspiration, diversity, and artistic mastery.
The art of Mamuka Dideba, dubbed "Georgia's Bruegel", is a unique expression of the wonder, the subtle humour, and the warm and often surreal philosophical outlook that is quintessentially Georgian.
A master of figurative and abstract, Dideba paints in exquisite Renaissance imprimatura technique that lights up the canvas from within.
This is Dideba’s first solo show in London and an exciting opportunity to be elevated by extraordinary art.
MAMUKA DIDEBA (b. 1968)
Inspired by the Old Masters and Georgia's rich history, Dideba explores beauty through vivid characters whose unconventional forms and faces convey their essence with subtle humour. His abstracted paintings reveal hidden depths, luring you inside magical worlds through an ingenious interplay of light and colour.
Born in 1968 in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, Dideba studied at the prestigious Nikoladze School of Art and the Tbilisi State Art Academy. Dideba is known as “Georgia's Bruegel” because of his deviation from realistic proportions and interest in human behaviour.