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The art of exposition

GEORGlAN ART OF EXPOSITION - SERGO KENCHADZE

 

Summary

 

Museum means the place of muses. Museum has been existing since ancient times.The place where you can visit and see the  historical values. This is museum's main mission, to pass these values to us. But time by time this conception and motive of creating exposition has changed and transformed. As we live in the Post -Modem period now through the accelerated process of communications the principle of construction of exposition has developed. So cause the exposition is the museum's means of communication it would be constructed using new methods.

Georgian museum has founded almost one century and a half ago and the main subject was to collect and protect valuable things against the annihilation.

Later, at the beginning of XXth century the museum has formed and developed its structure using our artists foreigner experiences.

Nowadays Georgian museum is facing the new social demands. We need the museum of contemporary art. Georgian museum painter Sergo Kenchadze has made a project which intend to build a museum of contemporary art.This project named by "Trans Realism" tend to make the space where creations of modem art will be exhibited. Looking over his opinions the impressive one is that the entire essence of human lies in the art which is directed to find out the expressivenessof form, but not in negotiations among men. It's very interesting to remember that brilliant experiment of making the modem exposition by Avto Varazi.He applied such principle:"Dark interior and light show -window" to reach the visual effect.

So I  think that Georgian society is ready to have the museum of contemporary art.  It's very important even that we have such project.

Posted by Nestan Mermanishvili on 3/22/13 | tags: installation







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