If There Ever Was One is full of collages, in the widest sense of the word. Andro Wekua assembles things. The artist avails himself of one of the most momentous inventions of modern art: collages. Andro Wekua seems to be a storyteller. His works are often directly connected to his native Georgia, a country in the Caucasus region of Eurasia, located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe.
It is frequently said that the artist conjures up the anxiety of the refugee, deals with the horrors of civil war, reflects on the miseries of what was once Soviet Georgia, and cherishes a nostalgic longing for his youth.