Tbilisi architecture biennial

Tbilisi, Georgia

05.11.20

Archive works on markets - A Webinar 


Public markets and bazaars are the most critical and significant public places of Tbilisi as valuable commons for the local community. From the flower market to flea markets, clothing bazaars to food bazaars, they are the places of encounter and support for those who make their livelihood through street trade and their budget customers. It is important to verbalize the future of those public markets in the scope of the accessibility of the commons during the intensifying rule of privatization and gentrification. In this webinar, past and future projects were discussed with artists and scholars who previously worked in markets and bazaars in Tbilisi. The talk aimed to brainstorm for a collaboration possibility to reclaim markers and bazaars.




Bazaar Archive “Works on markets”


Discover Eliava - Lydia Mathews 2012 (Curator)


Lilo Market - Ana Ramazanshvili (Researcher)


Counterbalancing marketization informally: Georgia's new-institutionalist reform and its Discontents - Lela Rekhviashvili (Researcher)

Marketization and the public-private divide: Contestations between the state and the petty traders over the access to public space in Tbilisi - Lela Rekhviashvili (Researcher)


Informal Governance in Urban Spaces: Power, Negotiation and Resistance among Georgian Street Vendors - Lela Rekhviashvili, Abel Polese, Jeremy Morris


Street Vendors and Capitalistic Order [GEO] - Lela Rekhviashvili (Researcher)


International Women’s Day at Tbilisi’s largest flower market - Giorgi Rodionov (Artist)


Dezerters Bazaar Soundwalk 2014 - Marike Splint (Theather maker)


Rediscover Tbilisi’s famous market with the first ever soundwalk in Georgia


Autopia cycle (Eliava Market) - Katharina Stadler (Artist)


Induced creativity


Pirimze - Sophia Tabatadze 2012 (Artist)







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