50 Women Street Photographers
29. August until 31. October 2021
A virtual photo exhibition curated by Gulnara Samoilova with the work of 50 women photographers from around the world.
On the website of Women Street Photographers you find the entrance to the exhibition and to the guided tour.
Here you find more informations about Regula Tschumi’s participations at WIS exhibitions
New release in August 2021:
Ataa Oko Addo
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
The exhibition GHANA! took place from 20.-26.8.2021 in the casita, Berne’s smallest boutique hotel, which transforms every three months in an extraordinary exhibition space!Switzerland
A 17 days long journey from Tbilisi to Borjomi, Akhaltshikhe, Kutaisi, Posti, Kobuleti and Batumi.Georgia