Zaira Nadirashvili is an artist who was born on January the 22nd, 1985 in Batumi, Georgia. Since 2001 she has been engaged in artistic photography and consequently from 2001 until 2014 Zaira held 8 personal photography exhibitions.
Since 2014 she began painting and had two personal exhibitions: One of them was held in the National Museum of Tbilisi, and the other was held in the Batumi State Art Museum. The main concept of the exhibition was the fauna of Georgian forests.
Now Zaira creates artworks in both spheres of art: photography and painting.
Over the past few years, she has been studying Gestalt Psychology. Against the backdrop of this new experience, Zaira created a series of new original works “New Me”, the concept of this project encompasses paintings on canvas, installations, and “video art” in collaboration with Lisa Glonti and Te Te Noise.
The project “New Me” reflects the creative process of an integral personality, where the author tries to convey to the viewer a completely new look in the creative sphere, where philosophy, art and psychology represent one whole organism.