11 and 12 May, 2023.
Hamburg, Germany

Beyond Visualising Language

"Beyond Visualising Language" - a scientific conference and an art exhibition were held at the same time in Deichtorhallen, one of Europe's largest galleries, in Hamburg. The organizer is the Centre for the Study of Manuscript Cultures of the University of Hamburg. Three of my works were presented at the exhibition.

At the workshop, I talked about the diversity of Georgian writing and the centuries-old calligraphic tradition. I made a calligraphic work on the spot: a Georgian translation of Goethe's poem "Erlkönig", which was accompanied by Schubert's music based on the motifs of the same poem. The purpose of this artistic presentation was to find out whether it is possible to read the feeling behind the words from a work made in an unknown and less legible script for the viewer.

April 6, 2023.
Tbilisi, Caucasus University

Georgian language days at Caucasus University

An exhibition and a master class of calligraphers David Maisuradze and Giorgi Sisauri were organized in partnership with the Georgian Calligraphers Association and Caucasus University.

December 10 and 11, Tbilisi

"Tbilisi – 900"

The first international calligraphy exhibition-sale "Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia - 900". The exhibition was dedicated to the 900th anniversary of the return of Tbilisi by Davit Aghmashenebeli and making it the capital.

Calligraphers from Tbilisi, Berlin, Istanbul, Kiev and Yerevan united for the exhibition. 7 of my works were presented.

From September 15, 2023.
The parliament of Georgia. Tbilisi

Permanent exhibition in the Parliament of Georgia

Calligrapher David Maisuradze created ten copies of old Georgian manuscripts especially for the permanent exposition of the Parliament of Georgia. Copies were made with the support of the National Center of Manuscripts. The originals of all these manuscripts are preserved in the National Center of Manuscripts. The restorer Inga Basiladze wrapped the copies in leather covers.

June 10, 2023.


On June 10, the "Terdzi" exhibition was opened at the "Elias Mosili Sewing House" with the support of the Caucasus University. Giorgi Sisauri, David Maisuradze and Ana Gokadze created calligraphic works, the content of which is related to clothes, especially for this project.

April 30, 2022. Tbilisi

Calligraphers for Ukraine

The Georgian Calligraphers Association organized a charity exhibition-sale to support Ukrainians affected by the war. 7 of my works were presented at the exhibition. The money received from the sold works was fully transferred to the charity fund.

February 29, 2020.
Tbilisi, National Parliamentary Library of Georgia

Exhibition of "Rustaveli Calligraphers"

On February 29, 2020, an exhibition of the union "Rustaveli Calligraphers" was opened in the National Parliamentary Library of Georgia. It was also the founding day of the association "Rustaveli Calligraphers".

Thanks to our friend Giorgi Chubinidze!

2020, Romania

United by Calligraphy

The Romanian Association "Asociatia Liber la Educatie, Cultura si Sport" united the calligraphers of the world under the conditions of pandemic isolation and restrictions and organized a virtual exhibition! The main theme of the exhibition is unity and solidarity. Two calligraphers from Georgia, my sister Teona Maisuradze and me participated.

November 25, 2015

"Different Lines — A Common Sense"

On November 25, 2015, a joint exhibition of Georgian and Egyptian calligraphers was organized in the "Beit Es-Suhaim" cultural center in the historical building of the old city in Cairo. In total, the works of 15 Egyptian and 17 Georgian calligraphers were presented; Including my 5 works.

January 15, 2016.
Cologne, Germany

Exhibition at Cologne University Library

In Germany, an exhibition of Georgian calligraphers was opened at the Cologne University Library, on the initiative of the Georgian students' union "Aisi" and its head Nino Burdiladze. The exhibition presents the manuscripts of modern young Georgian calligraphers, more precisely calligraphers from Rustavi - David Maisuradze, Giorgi Gorgiashvili, Nika Ghunashvili, Vazha Eremeishvili.