Qeu Meparishvili, born in 1995, is a multimedia artist working and living in Tbilisi. Qeu studied at the Shota Rustaveli theatre and Film Georgia State University but dropped out and resumed her studies at CCA - Centre of Contemporary Art in 2015. After graduating CCA she teamed up with artist Salome Dumbadze, and produced collaborative artworks under the name SHRAM Collective. Qeu experiments a lot with materials and ways of expression, she mainly works in video art, installation and sculpture. She often employs humour in her art and through it deals with acute and painful topics, both personal and socially relevant.
Qeu’s works are often exhibited in group shows including Art and Freedom, CCA Tbilisi, 2020, Post.Digital.Dreams, In-Between Conditions, 2019, If Words became Violent, Sculpturinstitut Vienna, 2019, Oxygen No Fair, 2018. Her first solo show, I exist when you are here, where you never were I can never be, was held at the Patara gallery, 2018.
Qeu's Previous Exhibitions
Hammock Magazine - Qeu Meparishvili solo show The Why Not gallery
Kvira.ge - Qeu Meparishvili solo show The Why Not gallery
At.ge - Qeu Meparishvili solo show at the why not gallery
Tv Imedi - Qeu Meparishvili solo show at The why not gallery
Artarea about Qeu Meparishvili solo show at Patara gallery
Marketer about Qeu Meparishvili solo show at Patara gallery
Tormeti Magazine - Qeu Meparishvili solo show at Patara gallery
Artarea - Qeu Meparishvili installation
Buyers Mag - Qeu Meparishvili profile
Forbes - All your favourite bitches and witches at the Why not gallery