Tamara Kvesitadze’s work includes kinetic sculptures and paintings, wherein the human being plays an essential role. The tension in the relationship between genders is a main focus of her œuvre. Its roots lie in antiquity and mythology as well as in surrealism. Violence and sexuality are intertwined. Faces, masks and fragmented bodies symbolize the internal conflict of modern individuals, their emotions, their strive for happiness and fulfillment, their fears and hopes. Questions about individuality are raised, and the relationships between the individual and society and fellow humans are examined.

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