Irakli Dzneladze was born on November 11, 1986, in Batumi, Georgia. After finishing the local theological gymnasium, he entered Rerich School of Arts, Fine art faculty in Saint-Petersburg, Russia. It was a place, where he had been interested in photography and journalism for the first time. Irakli’s got profession of artist-restorer and returned to Batumi in 2004. He had been studying journalism at Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University for 4 years. Since then photography became an integral part of his life.
In 2012-2013 he participated in the program Eurodyssee in Paris. For the one year, he had been working in the sphere of documentary photography.
Irakli had 11 personal exhibitions and more than 20 group exhibitions.
He is the author of the projects:
- “Historical photo: inhabitants of Batumi”, “The Door”
- Also, Irakli Dzneladze is the Artists’ Club F/11 founder in Georgia.
Irakli is one of the founders and manager of the Contemporary art space Batumi 2014-2019.
Since 2014 he is co-organizer of international festival -“Photo-festival Batumi Photo Days”.
Take a closer look at his work on his webpage