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Tamara Kvesitadze

Tamara, if we had normal times and would sit together right now, where would this be? Where do we speak together? We meet in my studio. It’s in the city, in an ex-industrial unit, converted as a studio. Frequently tidied up, but still chaotic. It’s an overloaded space with a professional atmosphere. Maybe we are sitting at your favorite place. Please describe it briefly. It’s the so called-reception room. Where everything is located: kitchen, lounge, hangout space, office. Where do you come from, where were you born when? I come from Georgia, Tbilisi. Born in 1968, 15th of January.  Where do you currently live and work? I am living in Tbilisi and working there in my studio. Which stations and people have shaped you? I think my family shaped me, but I was also influenced by interesting, strong and sometimes negative people. But still, in general, they all have left a positive presence in my memory. Which authors and books can be found on your bookshelf? All types of books, from classic to modern authors.  Which books have influenced or shaped you? I remember unforgettable impressions from “Crime and Punishment” by F. Dostoevsky when I read it I was …

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Image caption: Tamara Kvesitadze, courtesy of Galerie Kornfeld


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