Urban Intimacies

Unintended Archeology (Levan Mindiashvili + Uta Bekaia, The Lodge Gallery, New York)


Sculptures (2015/2016)


Unintended Archeology (KIOSK, two man show at ODETTA, Brooklyn, 2015)

Suites for Unintended Archeology (The Vazquez Building, Brooklyn, 2015)

Ghost 2014 (Commissioned Grant by FABLES Public Art Projects, New York)

Levan Mindiashvili GHOST, 2014 | Mural, enamel and spray paint, 36′ x 19,6′ (11 x 6 cm.)
Commissioned by Fourth Arts Block in partnership with Ideal Glass. This project is part of FABLES, a series of public works exploring Lower East Side History.

Levan Mindiashvili, whose project investigates gentrification and its effects on architecture and sense of place, describes, “With the mural ‘Ghost’ I want to contribute to a raising awareness in the importance of historical heritage and outline the overwhelming expansion of gentrification and generalization in the contemporary world.” The work is based on original photograph of 1936 “East Houston Street – N.E. Corner – Second Avenue” by Percy Loomis Sperr © Milstein Division, The New York Public Library.

Special Thanks to Patricio Gonzalez Vivo for his contribution with technical support. More info


Borderlines (The Lodge Gallery, New York, 2013/2014)

Urban Identities (Kunstraub99, Cologne, 2013)


Urban Intimacies 02 (2012/2013)


Urban Intimacies 01 (2010/2012)

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