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Photo: Nanuka Zaalishvili

Soviet Bus Stops In Georgia #2

My “hunt” on Soviet bus stops continues in different regions of Georgia. This time I’m presenting the second (and not the last) part of the collected material. First part you can check here: This isn’t a photo project yet, it’s more of a documentation of currently existing material. Photo project turned out to be more […]

© Nata Sopromadze

INVISIBLE AGE – Photo Series by Nata Sopromadze

Among Georgian photographers one name always stands out more for me. Nata Sopromadze attracts attention with aesthetic works, diversity of topics and manner of shooting. Particularly notable perhaps is her skill to convey everyday objects and make an impression as if we’ve never seen them before; she grants them a new, exciting life. Photo series […]

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Urban Metaphysics By Andro Eradze

  Andro Eradze has appeared in contemporary photography only several years ago. This is the media, where he feels the most comfortable and most often gets the result by changing white balance –this is when he believes he represents the best of his vision. At the same time, he is interested in both fiction and […]

Nanuka Zaalishvili

Soviet Bus Stops In Georgia

  It has been about 1 year since I started gathering bus stop pictures around Georgia. My camera has already shot compositions from Kakheti, Samtskhe-Javakheti, Meskheti, Adjara, Imereti and Kartli. Each time I come across more and more interesting sights, and it has become a challenge to find the most fascinasting stop for which I […]

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Overpass To Restore Two-Way Traffic At Pushkini-Kolmeurnoba And More Cars To Tbilisi

  Another pardon, which we will have to beg to the next generation will have to be the planned overpass at Pushkin Square, which is being built instead of the pedestrian path and the green cover and using which from Freedom square to Kolmeurneoba, two-way traffic will be restored.   What are the benefits of […]

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La Sagrada Família – God is in Details

Whatever valuable the world has, the list would not be complete without Gaudi’s wonderful creature. So much praise has already been written about him and so much will still be written in the future, that no human can ever count it. Construction of the building which commences in 1882 is supposed to finish in 2014 […]

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New Life of Industrial Ruins

Most of the good things that Soviet Union has left Georgia with is the industrial architecture of the buildings, which is characteristic for a particular place and creates a fascinating environment. Lots of abandoned, half-ruined buildings embedding rich history have remained and the most hurtful feeling is their existence in such a form. A lot […]

Thomas Heatherwick’s “Garden Bridge“

Thomas Heatherwick’s “Garden Bridge“ Across The Thames

Heatherwick Studio presented “Garden-Bridge” project in London on the river Thames. In early 2013, Following Transport for London’s (TFL) has announced a tender for the project, a pedestrian bridge on the River Thames. With an actor and campaigner Joanna Lumley, architect Thomas Heatherwick has developed an idea of a bridge on the Thames with a […]

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