About the Artist
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Levan Mindiashvili is a Georgian-born, Brooklyn-based visual artist whose trans-disciplinary practice expands to experiential environments, curating, and teaching. He holds his BFA from Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (2003) and MFA from Buenos Aires National University of Arts (2010). His work has been shown at the East Slovak Gallery, Kosovo; Elizabeth Foundation for Arts Projects Space, NY; Shau Fenster, Berlin; BRIC Arts Center, Brooklyn; National Museum of China, Beijing; Georgian National Museum, among others. His recent solo presentations were held at Marisa Newman Projects, NY: SPRING/BREAK Art Show, NY; NARS Foundation, Brooklyn; NADA Miami; Tbilisi Art Fair’19; and Berlin Art Fair’19. He is a recipient of the Peter S Reed Foundation Grant (2020), NYFA Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program fellowship (2020), Creative Time X Summit grant (2019), AIM Fellowship of the Bronx Museum of the Arts (2019), and the National Endowments for the Arts (2014). His work has been the subject of an essay by Christian Rattemeyer for the OSMOS Magazine fall issue (2019). His work has been mentioned in publications such as Artnet News, The Art Newspaper, ArtAsia Pacific, HYPERALLERGIC, Observer, Huffington Post, and Art Margins.