Almost one year ago, Tbilisi 16 took place. I found a few more images of this exhibition cum performance cum discussion cum festival in Shindisi up on the hill outside of TbilisiWith, among others, Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili, Marie Angeletti, Ei Arakawa, Levan Asabashvili (Urban Reactor), Géraldine Beck & Miriam Laura Leonardi, Bouillon Group, Levan Chogoshvili, Danarti Magazine, Dima Dadiani, Nikolas Gambaroff, GeoAIR (Nini Palavandishvili, Data Chigholashvili), Tue Greenfort, Karl Holmqvist, Marc Hunziker & Chantal Kaufmann & Rafal Skoczek (UP STATE), Yannic Joray, Emil Michael Klein, Tobias Madison, Nik O Nik, Gela Patashuri, Leila Peacock, Emanuel Rossetti, Georgia Sagri, Dennis Schroer & Hannes Schmidt (Dingum), Scrimpy, Stefan Tcherepnin, Tobias Spichtig, Ramaya Tegegne, Traveling Art Books, Hanna Törnudd, Bob van der Wal, Roger Van Voorhees, and Andro Wekua.
Blog – Kunsthalle Zürich
Michael Riedel: CV
Artist talk - It mustn't be sculpture:
With Phyllida Barlow & Daniel Baumann
01-01-2014 - 12-31-2014
Diese Woche in Zürich – für Kakteenliebhaber, Nostalgiker, Wandervögel uvm!
Gasthaus: Fermentation and Bacteria
Maya Minder und Tobias Zihlmann
By Sally Schonfeldt
The roots of International Women’s Day, which is being celebrated today the world over, go back to 1913 when a group of extraordinary women who helped instigate the Russian Revolution first declared it an international day of solidarity amongst women workers fighting for a communist revolution. Alexandra Kollontai* was one of the main initiators of this first International Women’s Day and went on to play a pivotal, if lesser known, role in the Russian Revolution. She was the only woman member of the highest order of the Bolshevik party in the crucial...
Opening on Friday, March 3, 6pm with Gasthaus / Maya Minder