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2018, Archiv

 

AUSSTELLUNG

THE FUTURE IS OURS / DIE ZUKUNFT IST UNSERE / მომავალი ჩვენია

 

GERMAN AND GEORGIAN
POSITIONS ON YOUTH CULTURE

 

OPENING
September 14th 2018, 7 pm
Welcoming 8 pm
*
EXHIBITION PERIOD
September 15th 2018
– October 14th 2018
*
CURATOR’S TOUR
October 14th 2018, 4 pm
*
FINISSAGE
October 14th 2018, 7 pm
*
OPENING HOURS

 

September 15th 2018
– October 9th 2018
Wed – Thurs:
12 am – 7 pm & Sat: 12 am – 3 pm
and upon agreement

 

During Frankfurt Book Fair
October 10th 2018
12 am – 7 pm

October 11th– October 14th 2018
12 am – 9 pm

 


 

The group exhibition focuses on various facets of present-day Georgian youth and brings them into
dialogue with German youth culture. The selected projects explore the differences and similarities between young Germans and Georgians in relation to the way they each deal with history and tradition. The exhibition raises awareness not only of the present state of young people in the two countries, but is also able to contribute towards building a mutual understanding and positively influencing current attitudes in favor of a shared future.
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With works by:
DAVID MESKHI, SERA DZNELADZE, CARMEN CATUTI, ISADORA TAST, SANDRA STEIN,
NICOLE WILKE AND STEPHAN LUCKA, FABIAN WEISS, DINA OGANOVA, GEORGE NEBIERIDZE
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Works selected by: TEONA GOGICHAISHVILI and INGA SCHNEIDER
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A cooperation between: KOLGA TBILISI PHOTO week and AF
Supported by Restaurant Old Tiflis, Frankfurt am Main


 

The exhibition is part of the ‚YOUNG_GEORGIAN_CHARACTERS@AF‘ festival.

For one month, AF is opening its doors to honor Georgia – the guest country at the Frankfurt Book Fair – with a variety of cultural events. Two exhibitions – ‘The Future is ours’ and ‘DESCRIPTIONS’ – book presentations, screenings, discussions, a symposium and a party will give an insight into the diverse cultural scene of Georgia. A particular emphasis will be placed on the emerging voice of Georgia’s youth culture and their complex relationship with history and tradition.


Image: ©Sandra-Stein.de, Salome 2016 Tiflis/Georgien