Was born in Tbilisi in 1980. Since 2005 live and work in Moscow.
1997/2002 – Georgian Technical University. Master’s degree in Architecture and Design granted.
He started painting at age 6. First painting “crazy fight” did not made his first exhibition “Window to the city” (1995).
He became interested in photography at age 21. His first personal exhibition “Private paradigms” was held in Moscow Art Center “Winzavod” in 2009.
Zurab Arabidze’s perspective worldview is based on principles of minimalism.
Selected solo exhibitions:
2016 Mass Hallucination of Still Modernity. RuArts Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2016 F 63.9. Dimitri Shevardnadze National Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia
2012 Silentium. Design Factory Flacon, Moscow, Russia
2012 AFA 3D project. Tbilisi, Georgia
2009 Personal paradigm. FotoLoft Gallery, Moscow, Russia
1999 Parallel connection. Georgian State Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
1995 Window in city. Georgian National Youth Palace, Tbilisi, Georgia
Selected group exhibitions:
2016 International Contemporary Art Festival "Caravan Art Forum", Kutaisi, Georgia
2015 ARTISTERIUM 8. Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events, Tbilisi
2015 Batumi graphic art festival. Center for contemporary art "CAC 41N/ 41E", Batumi, Georgia
2015 Emanation. FotoLoft Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2015 Abstraction. Gallery Container, Tbilisi, Georgia
2014 ARTISTERIUM 7. Tbilisi Annual International Contemporary Art Exhibition and Art Events, Tbilisi, Georgia
2014 Black sea. Center for contemporary art "CAC 41N/ 41E", Batumi, Georgia
2012 Biennale "Aluminium". Museum Center, Baku, Azerbaijan
2012 Different techniques. FotoLoft Gallery, Moscow, Russia
2011 Fest i Nova 2011. international festival of contemporary art, in honor of brothers Zdanevich, Art-Villa Garikula, Kaspi municipality
2011 Human factor. to be held on the streets of Tbilisi as part of the event "Days of Europe", Tbilisi, Georgia
2011 Positions - Georgian artists in Europe. (As part of the event "Days of Europe). Tbilisi, Georgia
2011 Contemporary art of Georgia. Caravan Gallery, Paris, France
2010 Stations. Caravan Gallery, Paris, France
1994 Still life. Georgian National Youth Palace, Tbilisi, Georgia