By the 1980-90s Karlo Kacharava had become a kind of medium connecting Georgian culture and art-workers with the Western artistic world. He was a painter, poet and theorist, both an art expert and a philosopher at the same time. This multisided person tried to control art processes and happenings taking place around him. Despite his short life, Karlo Kacharava made a large contribution to Georgian art through his paintings and theoretical works.
P.S.FOR MAJOR, OIL 1992 YEAR,100x100cm
FOR HELENA, OIL, 1988 YEAR,
FRANZ KAFKA, watercolor, paper 1990 YEAR, 13,5×43,5cm
Fliegende Hexen, watercolor , paper 1993 year, 30,5x43cm
New Year, Fragment.