The finest comedians, musicans from across the land can be found treading the hallowed boards of this theatre back in the days.

A historical and culturally significant building, the Georgian House of Culture, which went through an interesting history of construction and subsequent decay. Buildings like these often hold a lot of memories and architectural value, reflecting the social and cultural changes of their time. The initial construction of the Georgian House of Culture, designed by a Soviet architect in the early 1950s, indicates the influence of Soviet architecture and its emphasis on grandeur and monumentality. The fact that the project took over ten years to complete suggests that it was a complex and ambitious undertaking. The building’s significance as a cultural hub during its heyday, where people from surrounding villages came to attend plays and watch movies, highlights its role as a gathering place for the community.

Still present and inside …… the the worship to Lenin [see more of that in my Book]. After the fall of the CCCP, the Georgian Culture House was abandoned, left to be filled with dust.

Lost In The Theatre - When she Sings sku: Art-Lost In The Theatre

Extra Info:

Framed with a particularly high-end frame; QD Black Frame incl. hanging system

Printed on FineArt Baryta paper
Size 120 cm x 80 cm

Lost In The Theatre | Martijn Walet Photography
Lost In The Theatre | Martijn Walet Photography

Printed on FineArt Baryta, a paper that sets the tone for high color depth, large color range and image sharpness. This special paper gives the artwork a “wow” factor, especially on extremely high density prints and fine gray tones. The use of barium sulphate in the premium inkjet coating provides the typical shine that makes this artwork a real eye-catcher.

Framed with a custom made, high-end frame; QD Black Frame incl. hanging system.