The exhibition will open the europalia georgia festival with the presentation of a largely forgotten chapter in the history of European avant-garde art.
This autumn, the Art & History Museum will host a heritage exhibition focusing on the culture, history and art of Georgia since the Neolithic period.
Every two years, europalia compiles a diverse artistic programme focusing on a country or a theme. For four months, in Belgium and its neighbouring countries, europalia, in collaboration with a wide network of cultural partners, presents a biennial with a myriad of artistic and socio-cultural projects that bring together visual arts, performing arts, film, music, literature and debate to stimulate an exchange of ideas. Newly commissioned projects and artistic residencies hold a central place in the programme, which engenders a unique interaction between heritage and art.