Our exhibition uses a variety of artistic means to commemorate the "Night of the Bombs in Remscheid" 80 years ago - especially the more than a thousand
victims who lost their lives and the immense devastation that left a lasting mark on the cityscape in the aftermath.
FREIFRAUEN REMSCHEID currently consists of 10 women from different countries and walks of life. Among them are both long-established and newly immigrated Remscheid
women who are between 30 and 75 years old and have different biographies and professional backgrounds. One thing unites them all: a love of art and peace.
The FREIFRAUEN emerged from the Friday art course for women at the Remscheid Music and Art School, which has been led by Teona Gogichaishvili since 2017.
Ms. Gogichaishvili conceived and realized the project "55 Minutes" together with the FREIFRAUEN. The exhibition includes several large-scale canvases: Paintings and
collages, together with a large-format fabric from the time of World War 2, painted with over 1000 abstracted faces - a kind of death masks, representative of the victims of the "night of bombing
in Remscheid" in July 1943, which almost destroyed the entire city in just 55 minutes.
Hillerbrand+Magsamen, 147 Devices for Integrated Principles
An exhibition project within the framework of Ten by Ten: Ten Reviewers Select Ten Portfolios from the Meeting Place
On view: September 26–November 12, 2022
The Silos at Sawyer Yards
1502 Sawyer St., Houston, TX 77007
Hillerbrand+Magsamen’s practice utilizes
collaboration, process and media experimentation through video, photography, installation, sculpture and interdisciplinary performance. They explore their relationships to each other and society
with an uncanny sensibility that merges the real and unreal, blurring boundaries between life and art and often includes their two children, Maddie and Emmett.
Selected by: Teona Gogichaishvili Kolga Tbilisi Photo, Tbilisi, Georgia
About our exhibition "Georgia times differently" in "Bergische Morgenpost" / October 24, 2022
Exhibition project "Georgia times differently" - Two photographers with different focus on the
road in Georgia
Mikhail Kurdadze, winner of this year's KOLGA Photography Award in the category "Special Distinction" presents his artistic work entitled:
Another Planet Seems to be Too Close to Me.
Mikheil writes about this work including the following, "As a child, my worst nightmare was that other planets - whether celestial bodies or other, metaphorical
bodies - were too close to me. I could almost feel their presence pressing on my own body...."
The landscapes of Vashlovani, in the Kakheti region of eastern Georgia, seem like they are from another world, reflecting Mikheil's sensations...
The Remscheid photojournalist Gerd Krauskopf approaches Georgia in a very different way - as an experienced traveler and photographer, who portrays the lives of
ordinary people and their lifestyles with love and respect, and brings Georgian culture closer to the German audience in a special way.
Aus Gerd Krauskopfs Fotoserie für die Ausstellung "Georgien mal anders".
Frauenchor "Qalau" in der Küche mit Lili auf der Panduri, einer dreisaitigen Zupfmuschel-Langhalslaute, und Frauen, die bei der Arbeit in der Küche zu alten
georgischen Volksliedern tanzen.
About our KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO 2022 Festival in "Bergische Morgenpost"
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Gogichaishvili, Antonia Loick, Inga Schneider
Within the framework of the Frankfurt Book Fair -
Guest of Honour Georgia 2018
THE FUTURE IS OURS - German and Georgian Positions on Youth Culture with: David Meskhi, Sera Dzneladze, Carmen Catuti,
Isadora Tast, Sandra Stein, Nicola Wilke and Stephan Lucka, Fabian Weiß, Dina Oganova, Giorgi Nebieridze
Curatorial Team: Teona Gogichaishvili & Inga Schneider
Curatorial Team: Olaf Scheller & Teona Gogichaishvili
Künstlerhaus Faktor, Hamburg/DE
Our exhibition uses a variety of artistic means to commemorate
the "Night of the Bombs in Remscheid" 80 years ago - especially the more than a thousand victims who lost their lives and the immense devastation that left a lasting mark on the cityscape in the