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Georgian artist accused Spanish police of stealing2010-06-07 16:21
David Chabukashvili, the Georgian artist, living in Córdoba, accused Spanish police of stealing his canvas. He asks Georgian mass media and government to help - GHN.gt-en-newsitem-inside
The artist has been living in Spain since June 2009. "The very first exhibition I held outdoors had incredible success. People expressed their emotions. Gradually I became popular. I told them about Georgia as one of the oldest European countries," he noted.
According to the artist, at the exhibition of May 31st policemen demanded from him a license, but he had none.
"I tried to receive a license three times and never received, I was waiting for several months for the invoice, but all in vain," Chabukashvili said.
He said policemen gathered his works and threw them in a car "like expired products'. They neither wrote an act on violations nor said where they were taking the paintings. "In this way they violated the law roughly and, as seen, they initially planned to steal the paintings," the artist believes.