Tbilisi Metro Fest brings artwork to capital's underground stations

Commuters in three Tbilisi metro stations have become visitors of the festival bringing works by over a dozen creatives. Photo via ArtUp - Street Gallery.

Agenda.ge, 07 Dec 2021 - 14:46, Tbilisi,Georgia

Three underground stations in Georgia's capital Tbilisi are serving as exhibition spaces for over a dozen artists, as the three-day Tbilisi Metro Fest is bringing their works to passersby.

Since Monday, commuters entering the Marjanishvili, Rustaveli and Freedom Square stations of the city's metro network have been presented with artwork and installations by 15 Georgian and foreign artists.

Organisers said they had selected the locations serving Tbilisi's "most crowded public transport" in the latest project of ArtUp - Street Gallery.