The aim of the long-term research program is to analyze and rethink the history of Georgian art of the 20th century from today’s local as well as international perspective. The spotlight is at the art that was repressed or banned by the Soviet regime, and at the main actors and theoreticians who had created the trends in those times that were practically erased from our historical memory. As a result of this ‘loss’, today, we are deprived of the adequate, palpable perception of Georgian art history. The goal of the research is to fulfill this void and support the youth, helping them to gain faith in their potential by giving them a firm grounding and a sense of direction. We believe that examining the past will lay the foundation that is crucial for the development in the future.