Regula Tschumi’s photo of an outdoor Sunday Mass in Ghana (2019) is shown in the exhibition “A wall of women by women“, a project by Unexposed Collective and curated by the photographers Julia Coddington and Rebecca Wiltshire.
Ballarat International Foto Biennale in Australia
26.8. until 22.10.2023
Regula Tschumi’s photo titled «A delicate balance» (Ghana 2022) is the winner of the 20th Julia Margaret Cameron Award 2023 for Women Photographers in the category NON Pro-single Street Photography.
For the 3rd time Regula Tschumi is part with four photographs from Ghana at the Treviso Photographic Festival.
From September 5th to 24th in Treviso, Veneto, Italy
Regula Tschumi is together with the well-known photographers Birgul Koc, Alison McCauley, Matt Stuart, Umberto Verdoliva and Vineet Vohra one of the six judges of this year’s Pisa Street Photography International Festival 2023, which will take place in Pisa from September 23rd to 24th, 2023.
For the 3rd time Regula Tschumi is a finalist of the Italian Street Photography Festival.
All the photographs of the finalists will be exhibited in Rome from 28.4. to 30.4.2023.
The winners will be announced on the 29th April at the festival.
All informations about the festival at ISPF
74 Women street photographers and one solo show are exhibited in the annual Women Street Photographers exhibition in New York. For the 3rd time Regula Tschumi is part of this exhibition, this time with her photo titled Flower Girl (Ghana 2022).
The photos were selected by the guest judges Tracey Woods, Aline Smithson and Laura Noble, and the show was curated by Gulnara Samoilova, founder of Women Street Photographers.
The exhibition at El Barrio’s Artspace PS109 in New York is now open and it ends on the 30.4.2023
More details on the WSP website
A Women Street Photographers virtual exhibition with photographs from 53 women photographers from 20 countries.
The photos were selected by Time Magazine editor Whitney Hollington and the show was curated by Gulnara Samoilova, founder of Women Street Photographers.
The exhibition is online until 10.4.2023.
Regula Tschumi’s photograph from Ghana is part of this virtual show.
Du cercueil au dessin : Réalité, spiritualité et codes
culturels dans l’oeuvre graphique d’Ataa Oko Addo
Avec Regula Tschumi
Jeudi 9 mars 2023 de 14h00 à 17h00
Université de Neuchâtel
Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines
The french and the english translations of the german book Ataa Oko Addo have been released and can now be ordered at Edition Clandestin or in any bookshop.
The artist Ataa Oko Addo (1919 – 2012) of La in Ghana is seen as a pioneer of the world-famous Ghanaian coffin art. In 2002, after he first met the Swiss ethnologist Regula Tschumi, the former coffin artist, now aged over 80, began to draw. Until his death, Ataa Oko produced a unique body of graphic work, that provides insight into Ghanaian culture and the spiritual world of the artist.
With texts by Sarah Lombardi, Regula Tschumi, Lucienne Peiry and Atta Kwami
Hardcover, 256 pages, 21.5 x 28 cm, ill. 4-colored u. b/w
German ISBN 978-3-907262-04-7
English ISBN 978-3-907262-05-4
French ISBN 978-3-907262-06-1