Kendal Henry is an artist and curator who lives in New York City and specialises in the field of public art for the past twenty-two years. He illustrates that public art can be used as a tool for social engagement, civic pride and economic development through the projects.


During recent period we have been systematically witnessing functional and aesthetical impoverishment of city of Tbilisi. Hence, losing uniquely preserved city’s recreational spots and significant architectural buildings/constructions dating from the Soviet era.


Cultural Policy Public discussion on recent reforms in Ministry of Culture and Monument Protection of Georgia


The Georgian artist Lado Darakhvelidze deals in his work with social and political changes and represents these in personal narratives. 


Portfolio presentation & Artist talk