Tbilisi Photo Festival 2013


May 28th – June 4th, 2013
Tbilisi, Georgia

For its fourth edition, the Tbilisi Photo Festival (TPF) explores the fringes of: Geography… the TPF is devoting a large exhibition to 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.

The human….with Vortex by Antoine D’Agata who plunges us into the night, prostitution, alternative experiences, and with Transgression I and II, disrupting genres (such as work by Pep Bonet, on the transsexuals in Brazil, and by Justyna Mielnikiewicz, on the Femen movement).
The TPF is:

  • The best of world photography appearing in the heart of the Caucasus. The partnership with the prestigious French festival, Les rencontres d”Arles, and the renowned names attending this year such as the Noor Agency and National Geographic as honorary guests of the fourth TPF.
  • The best of Caucasian and regional photography presented to the world… The TPF carries on its tradition of representing the prodigiously divergent region that encompasses the ancient crossroad of the Caucasus. Are you looking for Ukrainian, Russian, Kurdish, Romanian, Egyptian, Iranian photography? Welcome to Tbilisi!

For more information about TPF week and related exhibitions read HERE.

For information about Tbilisi Photo Night read HERE.

Here’s the map of Photonight screens location (click on picture to enlarge):

Photo Night

source of all information: http://www.tbilisiphotofestival.com


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