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Sunday, May 31, 2009

ART: 3rd International Art Prize Arte Laguna for the Georgian Artist: Irina Gabiani (

Today I had a nice chat with Irina. She has got a huge price in Italy for her artwork. It is amazing! Congratulation for her! More you can read here in the catalog >>>

More Photos from the art are here >>>

PREMI: 3rd International Art Prize Arte Laguna

Special Mention of the President of the Jury for the best foreign Artist (sculpture section)

Virtual Jury Special Prize (sculpture section)

Irina Gabiani was born in Tbilisi, Georgia, in 1971.After studying at the Academy in Tbilisi, Irina moved to Amsterdam where she studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy (“Free direction” and “Contemporary jewellery”). Irina has lived and worked in Luxembourg since 1998.

The Universe in its holistic essence is the focus of the research of the artist according to whom we all belong to a unique system, to a “big organism” imagined as a kind of complex, interrelated chain, of which we, and everything around us, are a part.

Trying to see beyond what we can perceive with our eyes, going beyond the vision of the world as we use to know, the artist researches the innumerable similarities between the infinitely big and the infinitely small within matter. The two “worlds” look as though they mirror one another. The more we know matter and understand its complexity which escapes us at a simple glance, the more the infinitely small leads us to the universe. For this reason, especially in her recent works, images of the micro and macro universes appear one next to the other and, sometimes, the images from the micro exceed the dimension of those from the macro. Discovering infinite worlds within our every-day surroundings leads the artist to believe that there are other parallel realities in time and space.

In her works, Irina uses drawing, painting, photography and sculpture, often in porcelain or ceramics.

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