Project ArtBeat presents Maia Naveriani’s solo exhibition, House of Forward Thinking at its Moving Gallery. All the presented artworks were created during 2005-2015 in London, UK.
“For the last decade I've been working predominantly on drawings. The act of drawing for me is a very delicate process requiring deep intuitive trust whether it is small scale works where the signs can appear very directly and quickly, or large scale works that demand a complex psychological and technical approach.
It is this full intuitive trust and irrational approach to the language of drawing that transcends me into another, ultimate and yet unknown space with no past or future, just the intangible present and the countless possibilities to investigate and reflect on it” - Maia Naveriani.
Maia Naveriani (Born in 1966, Georgia) lives and works in Tbilisi and London. The artist studied under Gia Edzgeveradze before completing her formal training at the Academy of Fine Arts, Tbilisi. Having moved to London, in 1989, she was nominated by Annely Juda Fine Art for the the Vordemberger Gildewart Foundation international prize in 1999, which she won. Since then she has taken part in numerous solo and group exhibitions in both public and commercial spaces including Fordham Gallery, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, London; Neues Kunstforum, Cologne; Museum Wiesbaden; Museum Bochum; Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund; Netwerk, Aalst; Cirius Art Centre, Cork; Leonard Hutton Galleries, New York and CoBra museum, Amsterdam. She also became a member of the group Everything is Alright founded by Gia Edzgeveradze, taking part in many performances in public spaces including Neuer Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin, Museum Bochum, Bochum and Museum Kunst Palatz, Dusseldorf. Maia Naveriani is represented in Germany by Galerie Voss, Dusseldorf.
The project is supported by Mtatsminda Park.