May 28th – June 4th, 2013
For its fourth edition, the Tbilisi Photo http://www.touringgreenland.com/online/ Festival (TPF) explores the fringes of: Geography… the TPF is devoting a large exhibition to http://mashsf.com/online/ the North Caucasus, the untameable “march” of Russia, in full transformation with the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games approaching. The temporal… with Guram Tsibakhashvili’s chronicle of the years 1986-2000 in Georgia at the doorstep of independence. Continue Reading
Kolga Award has started ! Till March 25th you can register at http://www.kolga.ge/en/#rules and upload your photos.
You are free to choose the subject of your photo project. This year’s categories are:
• Documentary series
• Conceptual photo project
• One shot
Funded by USAID EWMI G-PAC (GACNN – Georgian Association of Child neurologists and Neurosurgeons, Autism Society of Georgia, and Social Photography Caucasus Foundation)
Disability is the umbrella term for impairments, activity limitations and participation restrictions, referring to the negative aspects of the interaction between an individual (with a health condition) and that individual’s contextual factors (environmental and personal factors). Continue Reading
From February 2012 till November 2012, Social Photography Caucasus Foundation has worked on project “Tolerantia” under its main theme “more civism – less cynicism” in the framework of arts for advocacy grant program with EWMI’s policy, advocacy, and civil society development in Georgia (G-PAC). The exhibition curated by Tamara Bokuchava, Social Photography Caucasus Foundation has pleasure to present photographs of religious and sexual minorities in Georgia complimented by the video installation, which consists series of social TV spots and 30 min. interview/reportage of persons actively involved in tolerance, minority matters and social coherence in Georgia. Continue Reading
To commemorate the international day for tolerance, Social Photography Caucasus Foundation is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition “Tolerantia” on view 16th of November 2012 at 19.00 at Underground Gallery, Gorgasali Square/Rkinis Rigi, Tbilisi, Georgia.
From February 2012 till November 2012, Social Photography Caucasus Foundation has worked on above mentioned project under its main theme “more civism less cynicism” in the framework of arts for advocacy grant program with EWMI’s policy, advocacy, and civil society development in Georgia (G-PAC). Continue Reading
Since everybody posts their set of the best photos of the past year, why can’t I do the same? As opposed to my previous annual summaries, I have no intension of writing any flowery obituary text for 2012. It had its good and bad moments, and even though unlike in 2011, I didn’t travel much outside of Georgia, it was rather rich with travel photographs. So, here’s my 2012 in pictures.
The year started with occasional shooting sessions that resulted in a few single photos like this: Continue Reading