Olga Tzimou
Photographer / video artist

Olga Tzimou was born in Athens, Greece, in 1973. She graduated from Likourgou Stavrakou film school and partook in painting and sculpture workshops.
 For over 20 years she has been working with photographic films and video narrations.
 Her work deals with time (you never know the “when”), space (the “where” is vague) and memory (moments captured in your memory subfolders). How we perceive these concepts with our human senses. Our materialistic reality.

Olga Tzimou
Photographer / video artist

Olga Tzimou was born in Athens, Greece, in 1973. She graduated from Likourgou Stavrakou film school and partook in painting and sculpture workshops.
 For over 20 years she has been working with photographic films and video narrations.
 Her work deals with time (you never know the “when”), space (the “where” is vague) and memory (moments captured in your memory subfolders). How we perceive these concepts with our human senses. Our materialistic reality.

  • Mikko Takkunen: Hong Kong
    Publication
    Kehrer Verlag
    International
    With his first photobook Hong Kong, The New York Times’ photo editor Mikko Takkunen captured one of the world’s greatest metropolises during a time of political uncertainty and the pandemic. As the city was still recovering from the aftermath of the anti-government protests of 2019, Takkunen began to concentrate on the purity of seeing and capturing the world anew. (more…)
  • TIME SQUARE
    Dec 1, 2023 – Mar 31, 2024
    Flashback Habitat
    Turin, Italy
    Flashback Habitat Ecosystem for Contemporary Cultures continues its path of experimentation and artistic research with the new exhibition Time Square: L’arte in piazza trascende il tempo. The exhibition takes inspiration from the famous square in New York, changing its name to Time Square, where the words “time” and “square” collide and recompose new meanings. The American square is the clear symbol of aggressive modernity and humanity in transformation. (more…)
  • An-My Lê: Between Two Rivers
    Nov 5, 2023 – Mar 16, 2024
    MoMA
    New York, USA
    For 30 years, the photographs of artist An-My Lê have engaged the complex fictions that inform how we justify, represent, and mythologize warfare and other forms of conflict. Lê does not take a straightforward photojournalistic approach to depicting combat. Rather, with poetic attention to politics and landscape, she meditates on the meaning of perpetual violence, war’s environmental impact, and the significance of diaspora. (more…)