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So nice to be part of this group-exhibition in Tbilisi, Georgia, where I am participating with two very different series; Windchimes, which are represented at, and with courtesy of, LA NOBLE Gallery, London  and a selection from the series Space below,a kind of odessy of the beauty of a “small” world in the depths.. The exhibtion will be shown at Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art.

The exhibition is curated by Tina Schelhorn, Galerie Lichtblick, Cologne. Thank you Tina, for your huge efforts and all your good work!

Windchimes

Windchimes

Space below

Space below

INVITATION:

Ladies Only – Contemporary Women Photographers

Aline Smithson, Anais Lopez, Beatrix Reinhardt, Betsy Schneider, Dona Schwartz, Elaine Ling, Helen Petersen, Helen K.Garber, Ilse Bing, Isabelle Pateer, Jessica Hines, Joanna Black, Karen Glaser, Katharina Hesse, Laura Hynd, Linda Troeller, Marion Belanger, Martine Fougeron, Mary Ann Lynch, Melissa Moore, Midori Mitamura, Rania Matar, Rebecca Norris Webb, Regina Monfort, Sanne de Wilde, Scarlett Coten, Susan Barnett, Susan Lipper, Victoria Sorochinski, Walde Huth, Wendy Sacks

Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art – 27 Rustaveli ave., Tbilisi, Georgia

Lichtblick proudly presents

Kolga Tbilisi Photo Meeting 2014

May 1 – 7, 2014

Exhibitions, Workshops, Portfolio Walk, Lectures

Aline Smithson Arrangement in Green and Black # 3 – Portrait of the Photographer’s Mother
 
Exhibitions

Ladies Only – Contemporary Women Photographers

Aline Smithson, Anais Lopez, Beatrix Reinhardt, Betsy Schneider, Dona Schwartz, Elaine Ling, Helen Petersen, Helen K.Garber, Ilse Bing, Isabelle Pateer, Jessica Hines, Joanna Black, Karen Glaser, Katharina Hesse, Laura Hynd, Linda Troeller, Marion Belanger, Martine Fougeron, Mary Ann Lynch, Melissa Moore, Midori Mitamura, Rania Matar, Rebecca Norris Webb, Regina Monfort, Sanne de Wilde, Scarlett Coten, Susan Barnett, Susan Lipper, Victoria Sorochinski, Walde Huth, Wendy Sacks

Tsereteli Museum of Modern Art – 27 Rustaveli ave.

 

Stories on Faith – Natan Dvir  Belief • Claudio Cambon Violence and Catharsis

Karvasla–Tbilisi History Museum – 8 Sioni st.

 

Stories on Brazil – Dirk Gebhardt  Dry Heart of Brazil

National Museum of Georgia – 3 Rustaveli ave.

All exhibitions curated and organized by Tina Schelhorn

 

Workshops 

by 7 international photographers: places still open!!!!

Beatrix Reinhardt, New York • Claudio Cambon, Paris • Dirk Gebhardt, Cologne •  Laura Hynd, London • MaryAnn Lynch, New York • Natan Dvir, New York • Wolfgang Zurborn, Cologne

All Infos: http://www.lichtblick-school.com

 

Be part of Tbilisi Photo Meeting, combining photography with the joy of traveling and exploring new cities, countries and cultures –  with Georgian and International participants….

Questions? ask: tinaschelhorn@web.de

 

with regards from Cologne – Tina Schelhorn and Wolfgang Zurborn

www.lichtblick-school.com – www.lichtblicknet.com – www.kolga.ge/en/ 

www.imagesagainstwar.com  – www.imagesagainstwalls.com  

 

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I missed the opening of the show by LANG Gallery at Maybe a Vole in London earlier this month , due to being away on holiday. But,- Luckily I managed to pop in to see for myself and meet Laura Noble during our stopover in London on our way home. Have to admit it was quite satisfying to see the Works on the wall, framed ‘n all..;) Thanx to all involved in both framing and hanging the show, I’m proud to be a part of it!

From 1st salon, photo:Laura Noble

From 1st salon, photo:Laura Noble

Photo posted by Laura Noble, showing a little bit of large B/W photgraph on the left, during one of the salon evenings.

More from inside the gallery; gallerist Laura Noble’s postings: LANoble Gallery

Next photo was tweeted by Lara at Maybe a Vole gallery, London. Check it out by visiting online here : Maybe a Vole

My second B/W- photo in the show at this gallery can be seen  on top, to the right. 😉

Photo: Lara,Maybe a Vole

Photo: Lara,Maybe a Vole

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8840_614176951935522_519869727_nSome of my works will be present at the:

Summer Salon 2013 – LANG 

18 July – 31 August

Private View 17 July  18.30 – 20.30

Venue 
Maybe A Vole, 51 King Henry’s Walk, London, N1 4NHL A Noble Gallery is proud to present our first Summer Salon at  ‘Maybe A Vole’, Dalston. The show is comprised of works by many of our artists and introduces some new found talent.Updates can be found here: http://www.lauraannnoble.com/exhibition/summer-salon/

Events
In keeping with the tradition of salons in the 1930’s we shall be conducting our own salons for photographers to bring one of their photographs to present and discuss at the gallery. This is a rare opportunity for photographers who want feedback on a particular project to discuss their work both with their peers and with one of London’s leading gallerists.

ARTIST’S EXHIBITING in the Summer Salon:
Anne Leigniel, Bertil Nilsson, Brittain Bright, Chris Steele-Perkins, Colin Coutts, David Partner, Deborah Baker, Helén Petersen, Herb Schmitz, Kate Owens, Mischa Haller, Philipp Wülfgang, Robert Clayton, Robert D. Phillips and Yvonne De Rosa. 

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great crowd at the gallery at Cass House

A two-day trip to London is hectic at best, and it being my first time in London on my own, even more so. But it all went very well! Thanks to Laura and the wonderful people around me at the gallery, who had a busy time getting Lottie Davis’ show ready. And ready it got, the opening night was brilliant with a good crowd turning up. The show is amazing so if you are going to London drop by at the gallery, it’s worth your time, Congratulations Lottie! 🙂 More about the show here: http://lauraannnoble.blogspot.no/ or:http://www.lauraannnoble.com/

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Laura (left) have been handed the prints.

My silver gelatin prints on matte paper were delivered into Laura Noble’s competent hands and are now available to see on request.The prints are from  the series “Windchimes” and “Scents of Caramel” and range from the size13x18 cm up to 75×100 cm (huge!) All printed by me in our darkroom at home, with many thanks to partner, photographer and artist Øyvind Hjelmen for support and help, without you it would not be possible.

Some pics from the evening at Laura Noble Gallery

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