Giorgi Chubinashvili National Research Centre
Academic Researchers Bibliography

Nino Chogoshvili

 

Born: Tbilisi, 1973
Art historian, Researcher of the Centre, Associate Professor of the Faculty of Restoration, Art History and Theory, TSAA 

Research field: History of the modern and contemporary art (19th-21st cc.) 

Activity:  Dean of the Faculty of Restoration, Art History and Theory, Tbilisi State Academy of Art

Selected works: 1.Georgian Modernist Painting in the European Context in 1910-1930, editor of the collected works and author of the text, M. Tsitsishvili, N. Tchogoshvili, Tbilisi, 2005; 2. Deutsche Siedler im Tiflis des 19. Jahrhunderts, Iran and the Caucasus, Brill, 2005; 3.Tbilisi in the Works of Georgian and Foreign Artists, editor and author of the text for the catalogue, Tbilisi, 2004; 4.Deutsche Kuenstler des 19. Jahrhunderts in Tiflis, international conference, Tbilisi in the 19th Century. Georgian Academy of Sciences. G. Tsereteli Intitute of Oriental Studies, Chubinashvili Institute of History of Georgian Art, June 2003; 5. Dimitri Shevardnadze’s Painting - Munich Period, collected works N2, Study of Art, Iv. Javakhishvili State University, Faculty of Art History and Theory, Tbilisi, 2001.

Address: 14, I. chavchavadze ave., 0179 Tbilisi.
e-mail:
ninotchogo@yahoo.com

  1. Appendix - Some Reflections of Contemporary Photography in Caucasia, Exhibition Catalogue, Tbilisi History Museum «Carvasla», Caucasian Centre of Cultural Development, 2001;
  2. Dimitri Shevardnadze’s Painting - Munich Period, collected works N2, Study of Art, Iv. Javakhishvili State University, Faculty of Art History and Theory, Tbilisi, 2001; 
  3. Influence of the Foreign Artists, Residents of Tbilisi in the XIXth Century, Tbilisi in the XIXth Century: History and Culture, Georgian Academy of Sciences. G. Tsereteli Intitute of Oriental Studies. Chubinashvili Intitute of History of Georgian Art. 2002, Tbilisi, January 2002;
  4. The German Tbilisi Colonies in the 19th Century, "Iran and the Caucasus", BRILL, Leiden. 2004.German Painters in Georgia - Javakhishvili State University, Tbilisi, Collective Papers N4, Study of Art, 2002;
  5. Die georgische Kunst von der Neuzeit bis zur Gegenwart - wichtige Aspekte der georgischen Malerei des 19. und 20. Jahrhunderts.Georgian Culture Festival in Basel, 2003;
  6. Deutsche Kuenstler des 19. Jahrhunderts in Tiflis, international conference, Tbilisi in the 19th Century. Georgian Academy of Sciences. G. Tsereteli Intitute of Oriental Studies, Chubinashvili Institute of History of Georgian Art, June 2003;
  7. Deutsche Siedler im Tiflis des 19. Jahrhunderts, Iran and the Caucasus, Brill, pp. 65-79, 2005. 12. ”German Painters in the 19th Century Georgia”, collected works, Iv. Javakhishvili State University, Faculty of Art History and Theory, Tbilisi, 2004;
  8. Tbilisi in the Works of Georgian and Foreign Artists, editor and author of the text for the catalogue, Tbilisi, 2004;
  9. Research Without Boundaries, editor and author of the introduction of the catalogue of the international symposium on contemporary arts, pp. 7-10, Tbilisi, 2005;
  10. Georgian Modernist Painting in the European Context in 1910-1930, editor of the collected works and author of the text, M. Tsitsishvili, N. Tchogoshvili, Tbilisi, 2005;
  11. Georgian Pavilion, 52nd international Biennale of Art in Venice, Biennale Catalogue, volume 2, p. 50, 2007;
  12. Art Scene of Tbilisi, magazine on contemporary arts Von Bartha, Quarterly Report, 03/09, pp. 12-13;
  13. 1989-2009 Turbulent World – Telling Time”, Irina Abjandadze “Victin”, Koka Ramishvili “Change”, Goethe Institute, 2009;
  14. Gender Check - Femininity and Masculinity in the Art of Eastern Europe”, Georgia: Nino Tchogoshvili and Lali Pertenava, ERSTE Fondation, MUMOK, Vienna, 2009;
  15. TransRElation – international symposium of contemporary arts, collected works, author of the introduction and editor, Tbilisi, 2010;
  16. Art in Public Space of Georgia, ”Space for a Space”, publication of the Goethe Institute Tbilisi, 2011;
  17. Georgian Modernist Painting and Germany, 1900-1940, 2012 (in print);
  18. Georgian Painting: History of Development, 18th – 20th Centuries, Tbilisi, 2014. 

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