Following presentations in London, Berlin, Paris and Moscow, the travelling exhibition ‘Live Life’ has now opened its doors in Tbilisi, Georgia, at the Zurab Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art, in partnership with the public union IDEA and Socar Energy Georgia. The exhibition features a selection of Leyla Aliyeva’s flora and fauna-themed illustrations and paintings.
Curated by Herve Mikaeloff, the exhibition seeks to draw attention to conservation and ecology issues faced around the globe today, in particular, the plight of endangered animals.
Also exhibited are works by other Azerbaijani and Georgian artists who focus on environmental issues in their oeuvre. They include Oleg Timchenko, David Aleksidze, Giga Kobidze, David ‘Dante’ Mchedlishvili, Mariam Alakbarl, Rakhim Chopurov, Ailal Heidarova, Timur Ozdamirov, Naila Sultan and Fidan Novruzova.
The Georgian leg of ‘Live Life’ opened with a private view on 10 December 2017 and will be on view until 3 January 2018.
Photography by Andrey Kovalev