Tbilisi, Georgia: The exhibition of new clothing and bronze jewellery collections created by Irakli Nasidze opened in the Tbilisi History Museum on Sunday, December 24, 2023.
In the Museum of History of Tbilisi (Karvasla) in France, Georgian artist Irakli Nasidze’s new collection of clothes and bronze jewellery, named “Bazazkhana”, opened.
Guests invited to the fantasy genre evening could see the interaction of Irakli Nasidze’s new collection and exhibits as objects of art preserved in the foundations of the Tbilisi History Museum.
As part of the new project, the museum’s exhibition space features Irakli Nasidze’s bronze jewellery collection, “Archeo-Futurism”, and clothes, as well as exhibits from the foundations of the Tbilisi History Museum and the artist’s collections – furniture as works of art and painting canvases.
According to the author, it is not a coincidence that he stopped his choice to visit the Tbilisi History Museum because it was at the Tbilisi Museum of History that he first heard the word “Bazazkhana”, which fascinated and inspired him, so he replaced the “Showroom” notice with the word – “Bazazakhana” (which did not cause any significant change).
Irakli Nasidze was a Paris High Fashion Guild member for years, where he actively cooperated with high fashion houses and several legends.
“Art is as diverse as our lives!” It results from different perspectives, perceptions, imagination, space and exciting perceptions of things and events! Love for your neighbour, country, city, the space where you were born and raised, respect for family, surname, traditions, ancestors – all of this, happiness and great art! One second is a lifetime.
It becomes a part of history and passes down from generation to generation. This evening is no exception, with its essence, values and close connections to the city’s history.
The story of the collaboration between “Bazazkhan” and Tbilisi History Museum, I think, will remain one of the most beautiful histories of the city and will add even more charm to its uniqueness” – Irakli Nasidze celebrates.
The viewers can see the exhibition until December 24, 2023.