"THREE Different Meanings" presents three Georgian artists: Bella Marine RomelaSvili, Zaza Nebieridze and Niko Inaniashvili.
Artists who belong to one of the latest Soviet generation of Georgian artists, passed through the strict communist order and requirements in childhood, wearing red ties in their school years, having very stressful and depressive post-soviet crisis in the 1990's when they just graduated. It was extremely complicated to self-affirm and establish themselves as active artists and earn a living, especially when the wider art market in Europe and Russia became slower and slower.
However, they had the chance to accept some different life conditions and other less creative jobs instead at home or abroad to survive and support their families and they all did it in different ways. But it didn't mean they ever stopped their creative life. Their artwork may not have much in common conceptually, but emotionally it definitely shows three different ways, three lives full of experiences, feelings and pain.
This common exhibition is a new experiment, for them it could also mean some confirmation, as they never stopped working and stayed in touch with their art. The art market is not in first place for them, but most important is to be in permanent touch with a boundless space of Art.