Tbilisi. A tiny installation by Richard Hutten

As part of “Window Project”, curated by Tamuna Gvaberidze, “Skyscapes” occupies a space in Rustaveli Avenue.

“Skyscapes”, Richard Hutton, Tblisi, Georgia, 2018

Gallerist Tamuna Gvaberidze invited Richard Hutten for a site-specific installation for the series named “Window Project”. The project of the designer features two photographs taken during his flights; the process of computer-manipulation gave to the format an extremely horizontal landscape orientation. The contrasting backdrop is the “Layers” wallpaper coming from Hutten’s design for the room 307 at the LLove hotel in Tokyo (2010).

The exhibition space is a window of the house of Melik-Azariants, a historical building on Rustaveli Avenue, in the city centre of Tbilisi. The position of the building is strategic since the project that aims to give access to art and design every day, 24 hours a day. The project sees the participation of young local artists and designers as well as internationally recognised names such as Barnaba Fornasetti, whose work was showcased at the beginning of the year.

Richard Hutton
Tamuna Gvaberidze
Opening dates:
March 13 - May 23 2018
Rustaveli Avenue, 37, Tbilsi, Georgia

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