Andro Semeiko is a Georgian born and London-based artist who constructs multi-layered painting installations and produces artist's books based on his practice as a painter in conjunction with research into art history, literature and psychology. He has been collaborating with writers, historians, scientists, actors, dancers and other artists. Semeiko has shown his work at the Royal Academy of Arts, Camden Arts Centre, PEER, Gasworks, CFCCA, The Lowry, BALTIC 39, Museum of Contemporary Art Wroclaw, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Seoul Museum of Art, and international art exhibitions including Expander Painting, Prague Biennial 4, Czech Republic and 3rd Tbilisi Triennial, Georgia.


Articles about Semeiko's work: by curator Andrew Hunt read  >    by curator Juri Cho read  >    by writer and art critic JJ Charlesworth read  >   by art historian Alberto Mugnaini read    Selected bibliography read  >  


My Kid Could've Done That!


18 September - 18 December 2021

Wednesday to Saturday 12noon to 5pm

The Holburne Museum at The Edge, Claverton Down, Bath BA2 7AY, UK

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Swirl of Words /Swirl of Worlds


4 June - 14 August 2021

PEER, 97-99 Hoxton St, London, UK






New artist's book Emotionarama by Andro Semeiko co-edited with curator Andrew Hunt was launched at PEER, on Friday 20 August 2021, with reading of extracts by the actors Siân Phillips and Bill Bingham. Further book launch and book readings will take place at BALTIC, Shore Rd, Gateshead, UK and other venues  (dates TBA)


Emotionarama presents a range of artists’ ideas that are described in an overtly emotional or demonstrative manner through short pieces of creative writing. Participants were invited to produce a text that defined their imaginative and mental processes whilst creating an artwork. For example, some have chosen to record a method of thinking behind the production of an existing piece, while others discuss a concept for an unmade artwork in a reflective manner, and/or its materiality, texture, colour, shape, size, and content.

The book including contributions by Polly ApfelbaumAbel AuerFiona BannerKerstin BrätschConfraternity of Neoflagellants (Norman James Hogg and Neil Mulholland), David Raymond Conroy / Ghislaine Leung / Cally Spooner / Jesper List ThomsenMatt CopsonLiu DingGerasimos FloratosAndy HoldenAnna K.E.Florian MeisenbergMike NelsonAlicia PazAlexander James PollardLindsay SeersAndro SemeikoYuko ShiraishiAmy SillmanMark TitchnerTris Vonna-MichellYu-Chen Wang, and Vicky Wright


Published by

Slimvolume, 2020

Distributed by

Cornerhouse Publications

Edited by 

Andrew Hunt, Andro Semeiko

Designed by

Andrew Hunt, Andro Semeiko and Yu-Lan Wang


178 pages, 22 colour illustrations, 

25 b+w illustrations, 244mm x 172mm


ISBN: 978-1-910516-09-6

Launch Discount:

20% off £16.00: £12.80



Andro Semeiko


Simulacra Gallery

3 November 2020 – 28 February 2021

view virtual tour here   


Andro Semeiko

9 April 2021 – ongoing

Window Project, Rustaveli Avenue 37, Tbilisi, Georgia


Low Lows to High Highs


25 August – 20 September 2020

group exhibition at Window Project, Tbilisi, Georgia/ curated by Domenico de Chirico

window project.jpg

SOLO national collection acquisition 2020

of Andro Semeiko's paintings:

Poet VI 31x26cm.jpg
Poet IV 31x26cm.jpg
Blue Horns installation view Erti Galler



Final copies of the book
Unveiling Vazha Pshavela 
can be purchased here >



Semeiko's recent CV:

'My Kinds Could've Done That', The Holburne Museum at the Edge, Bath, UK (18 September -18 December 2021)

'Emotionarama', book launch and listening room installation, PEER, London, UK (20 June - 28 August 2021) 

'Swirl of Words/ Swirl of Worlds', PEER, London, UK (4 June - 14 August 2021)

'Vazha', (solo), Window Project, Tbilisi, Georgia (9 April - ongoing 2021) 

'METAPOLKA', (solo), Simulacra Gallery, London, UK (3 November - 23 December 2020)

'Low Lows to High Highs', Window Project, Tbilisi, Georgia (25 August - 20 September 2020)

'Blue Horns' (solo), ERTI Gallery, Tbilisi, Georgia (25 October - 25 November 2019)

Georgian National Book Center presents 'Unveiling Vazha Pshavela', London Book Fair 2019, UK (10-14 March 2019)

'Sergei Parajanov: Reminiscence', film installation, Close-Up Cinema, London (8-10 March 2019)

'Unveiling Vazha Pshavela', artist's book launch and exhibition, Asia House, London, UK (1 March 2019)

'Polka Dots and Curls' (solo), narrative projects, London, UK (22 November 2018 - 26 January 2019)

'The Will/ ნება', 3rd Tbilisi Triennial, Center for Contemporary Art - Tbilisi, Georgia (1 October - 1 November 2018)

Jeonnam International SUMUK Biennale, Nojeonbong Art Park & Museum, South Korea (30 August - 31 October 2018)

'Nature Morte', Guildhall Art Gallery, London, UK (7 September 2017 - 2 April 2018)