Photobooks published by Tbilisi Photo Festival

Tbilisi Photo Festival was co-founded by French photographer (and photo editor for the French newspaper Liberation) Lionel Charrier and the Georgian photo curator and journalist Nestan Nijaradze. The first season of the festival was in 2010, in partnership with the French festival Les Rencontres d’Arles. In 2018, it has become the most important photo festival in the region and a major cultural event in the whole Caucasus region.

The Festival aims to be a central meeting point for photography from different regions – Asia, Iran, Turkey, Europe, the Arab world - and to showcase the best of world photography; as well as to promote emerging regional photography.

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  • .Currently out of stock.The book presents images made by Antoine d'Agata in Georgia between 2009 and 2016; it was published "in the frame of the first Artisit in Residency program of Tbilisi Photo Festival". The "book" consists of 7 series of 7 images each, presented on a Leporello (concertina-fold, with the captions of the images at the back of one page...

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  • .In stock.Series of portraits taken in a strip club in Tbilisi in 2009 and 2013. Text Blood Moon by Antoine d'Agata in English and Georgian only, opening on a excerpt from Homer's Odyssey (book XII, 45), about the sirens : "...and about them is a great heap of bones of mouldering men, and round the bones the skin is shriveling."approx. 80 pages -...

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