Travelling by Khashuri-Borjomi railway is a trip through places where time passes slowly and a wild but warm fairy-tale atmosphere from the past is still very present.
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Although this work constitutes just a small part of my ideas and projects, it is nonetheless representative of my on going focus and strategy in dealing with the world.
All my childhood I was listening stories how some boy/man with friends were stealing a girl, to get a married after her.
Nenka Ukraine, photo essay by Dina Oganova It was 2009 when i went first time in Kiev (capital) of Ukraine and was totally in love with this amazing country and lovely people. I think Ukrainians and Georgians has a lot of common. 2014 was the hardest and sadness year for this beautiful country, but at […]
No time limits, no rules, an indiscriminate number of players—let’s play Lelo! The game is a no-holds-barred combination of wrestling and rugby that is very popular in south-western Georgia. Every Easter Sunday, the residents of Shukhuti remember their dead by playing this ancient game. Lelo is a sport, and a tradition, but most of all […]
The Pankisi Valley is situated in the Republic of Georgia. Once part of the Soviet monolith, Georgia became independent following the collapse of the Soviet Union. Unfortunately the country turned soon in to a failed state where…
otherLand takes place in two countrys, Bosnia and Georgia. This winter, I went to those places searching how to say something about the relation mother-daughter. Specially when it is violent, and most of all, when there is no relation at all anymore.
his is my first project and it’s entitled On the way to God: it was a short story about specific traditions of the Georgian mountain’s inhabitants. I realized these images during my first travel around Georgia, when I was 18-19 years old. In each village there are different rules and habits. I represent how people […]
Each year in the Georgian highland village of Adishi, the dead are invited home for a week-long family reunion. It is a time for celebration, but also for contemplation.