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Online Moving Museum of Photography for Azerbaijani and International Public

Online Moving Museum of Photography for Azerbaijani and International Public

© Alexandre Roinashvili, Baku. Azerbaijan. 1870-1898

On Wednesday, December 16th at 19.30 (GMT +4) in the frame of the thirteenth event of South Caucasian Moving Museum of Photography will be held in online format for Azerbaijani and international public.

The event is organized by Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum in a partnership with Ta(r)dino 6 Art Platform - Baku based artistic platform with international outreach.

Nestan Nijaradze - co-founder and Artistic Director of Tbilisi Photo Festival and Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum will give a public lecture on "Photography - A Universal Language" followed by a selection of the slideshows by Georgian, regional and international photographers.

Screening program featured: 

Alexandre Roinashvili 
Nata Sopromadze 
Anka Gujabidze 
David Meskhi 
Sitara Ibrahimova
Melek Bayramli

Due to COVID 19 pandemic, the Moving Museum of Photography has been transformed in online event. It will provide to Azerbaijani public and communities living abroad to take part in the event.

The event will be held in English accompanied by a simultaneous translation in Azerbaijani. 

The online event is free of charge and limited to 100 participants on a first registration - 

The online South Caucasian Moving Museum of Photography event for Azerbaijani and international public is organised by Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum and is part of the project "South Caucasus Photography Hub for Education and Innovation" financed by the Swiss Development and Cooperation Agency in South Caucasus (SDC).
Dec 16. 2020 - Dec 16. 2020

Tbilisi Photography & Multimedia Museum

Stamba Hotel
14, M. Kostava St. Tbilisi 0108, Georgia
Office: +995 599 311 768

For Visitors

To support the emergency efforts to prevent Coronavirus cases the TPMM exhibition space and Mediatheque is temporarily closed to the public until further notice.

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