The Georgian Museum of Fine Arts hosts a solo exhibitionLevan Tsutskiridze. The exposition combines the latest and oldest works that demonstrate a continuous and consistent visual language of the artist. The individual style of the author at the same time creates the originality of Georgian culture. Time and space are mainly used in composition. The backstage scenes have something in common with medieval monumental painting, which creates a subjectively thought-out archaic.
New themes of Levan Tsutskiridze - religion, folklore, ethnography, literary monuments and history as the main forms of national memory served to revitalize Georgian art. His poetic pathos, emphasis on spirituality, extravagant figures and geometric forms of symbolism serve as inspiration for many generations of artists.