Christina Kougioumtsidou
Photographer

Born in Republic of Georgia, August 1988, but moved permanently to Greece in October 1991. Studied in the Technological University of Athens in the Faculty of Photography and Visual Arts, 2011 attended Erasmus UCM, Universidad Complutense de Madrid in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Recent group exhibitions include Athens PhotoFestival, Greek Young Photographers 2017, and Royal Photographic Society Under 30, 2017.

Christina Kougioumtsidou
Photographer

Born in Republic of Georgia, August 1988, but moved permanently to Greece in October 1991. Studied in the Technological University of Athens in the Faculty of Photography and Visual Arts, 2011 attended Erasmus UCM, Universidad Complutense de Madrid in the Faculty of Fine Arts.

Recent group exhibitions include Athens PhotoFestival, Greek Young Photographers 2017, and Royal Photographic Society Under 30, 2017.

  • Lydia Ourahmane: 108 Days
    Nov 28, 2023 – Apr 1, 2024
    MACBA
    Barcelona, Spain
    Like many of her projects, 108 Days relates to the artist’s immediate surroundings and engages with the social, political and experiential, while being invariably rooted in personal histories and experiences, whether individual or collective. The installations, videos, sculptures and sound works of Lydia Ourahmane address contemporary issues such as migration, colonialism and geopolitics. (more…)
  • Tyrone Williams & Madison Dinelle: Chiasm
    Publication
    Ceremony Press
    International
    Many photographers have experimented with the ‘Call & Response’ model of collaboration, where images function like links in a chain – a visual duel, or game of chess. This book, in which these two photographers pair up their photographs, feels more to me like a matching card game. Chiasm describes in biology the point at which two filamentous structures like a tendon or nerve diagonally intersect in an X (more…)
  • Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński: H(a)untings / Heim Suchungen
    Publication
    Sternberg Press
    International
    To challenge hegemonic archives, and with them the representations of Blackness inhabiting these very spaces, is to struggle for connection, voice, language, not least for images. Even more so in a time and space in which the stickiness of a colonial past is dismissed. Dealing with the hauntings and echoes of Austria’s colonial past, Belinda Kazeem-Kamiński – visual artist, writer, and recipient of the Camera Austria Prize 2021 – sets the stage for the what-if (more…)