Khatuna Khabuliani
Art Historian, Director of Art&Society

Khatuna Khabuliani is an art critic and curator. She graduated from Tbilisi State Academy of Art in 1990 – the faculty of art history and theory. She is a visiting professor at Ilia State University and Tbilisi State Academy of Art, where she delivers courses on contemporary art. The critical essays, reviews and articles by Khatuna Khabuliani are published in local and international editions. In 2001-2005 she was a member of team of MAF_Media Art Farm and editor of “ARTURI” (quarterly insert of “24 hours”) in 2004 and “Impress magazine” in 2008.  She is an author of two video projects: “eco talks” (Goethe Institute Tbilisi, 2006) and ”hedonistic drive“ (Women’s fund Georgia and New Art Union, 2009). She curated and co-curated various projects and exhibitions. In 2009 Khatuna Khabuliani was a curator of Georgian Pavilion at 53th Venice international biennale. She is a member of AICA – Armenia, ICOM and CIMAM. The topic of her PHD research work (in progress) is the art of transitional period in Post-Soviet countries and particularly in Georgia.  She lives and works in Tbilisi, Georgia.