October 2013

David Kakabadze

Lali Pertenava

Following World War I, the Georgian avant-gardist, theoretician, and inventor David Kakabadze (1889–1952) was one of the first among a group of artists to position Georgian art within the global modernist movement. In turn, the modernist language that he brought to the Caucasus—reflecting an admixture of emergent trends, including Futurism, Cubism, and abstraction …

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