TNN ART Gallery is an art platform based in Tbilisi, Georgia, whose main goal is to create various opportunities for the Georgian artists' self expression on the international sphere. At the Art16 TNN ART present the artworks of two young Georgian artists’, though they both are quite successful for their age.
Levan Songulashvili 24, his work “Jellyfish” was sold at Sotheby’s, featured in the “Take home a nude” event on October 15, 2015.
In the summer of 2015, Levan received an offer of employment in Jeff Koons’s Manhattan Studio.
Following this event his name is once again in the highlight of world art media, this time by the project of Iggy Pop Life Class – a pop legend posed nude for the 24 year old Levan. The project was organized by the Brooklyn museum and conceived by artist Jeremy Deller.
From the last events also should be mentioned annual Tribeca Ball in NY, where Songulashvili’s works were part of the display of students’ pieces, and an actor and the model Brooke Shields received one of his 2014 works as a gift.
The renowned art-world professionals have referred to Levan's artworks as "unique art and an extraordinary talent"
And another artist Tato Akhalkatsishvili 37, whose works has been exhibited at the “START” Saatchi Gallery, London, UK 2015, and not only, he is already quite popular on international art fairs. (Art Vilnius 15; Berliner Liste; Artexpo NY etc..)
Tato’s art works conveys loneliness, surreal moments and uncertainty. His works make feel the subconscious childhood emotions and the hope of mysterious future.
"The landscape – a constant element of my works – serves as a mise en scene for revealing one’s mysterious life. I try to capture the fine line between blurring memories and remembrance, between recent experiences and the information kept in our sub-consciousness, a crossing point of history and memory. I want to explore the very second the mind stands between today and tomorrow, present and future, dream and awaking, reality and imagination… I often think-that the very moment may not even exist."