An exhibition of the Museum der Völker in Schwaz, Austria, from March 17th until end of November 2018.
L'impermanence des choses
Since 25.11.2017 in the new permanent exhibition of the Musée d’ethnographie Neuchâtel MEN:
«Africa Pulp» of the Swiss artists M.S. Bastian & Isabelle L.
An exhibition in the Tropical House Wolhusen in Switzerland from the 31.3.2017 until 25.2.2018.
This show is extendet until end of July 2018.
In addition to photographs of Ghanaian funerals, Regula Tschumi gave a lion shaped coffin from her collection and some miniature coffins as loans.
The lion and the miniatures were made by the artist Kudjoe Affutu 2009 in Ghana.
C’est la vie
Since February 2016 in the Museum of Natural History in Berne.
In the exhibition «C’est la vie» in the Museum of Natural History in Berne a red rooster and a Samsung shaped coffin from Regula Tschumi’s collection are on display. The artworks were made by Kudjoe Affutu in Ghana in 2009. Also in« C’est la vie» are shown on a screen photographs of figurative coffins that Regula Tschumi made in Ghana during funerals as well as in the workshops of their manufacturers Paa Joe and Kudjoe Affutu.
The people of Kathmandu are made up of many ethnic groups, all of whom have their own traditions and religions.Nepal
Although Yangon is since 2005 no longer the capital of Myanmar, it is still the largest city in the country.Myanmar
Festivals in Ghana
In the south of Ghana, African religions play an important role alongside Christianity and Islam.Southern Ghana