[11 JUNE 2018]
EAHN 2018: Tallinn, Estonia
We are looking forward to our presentation and some great conversations at this year's European Architectural History Network Conference in Tallinn, Estonia. If you're in town, come see us on the panel about 'Europe's Own Islamic Architecture' on Friday at 9:00am
[12 MAY 2018]
Goginauri Field Research Pics!
Here are some pictures from our visit to Goginauri village mosque in Shuakhevi District.
[10 MAY 2018]
Gegelidzeebi Field Research Pics!
Here are some pictures from our visit to Gegelidzeebi village mosque in Keda District.
[02 MARCH 2018]
22 JUNE -06 JULY 2018
We are pleased to announce the Tbilisi showing of our exhibition "Wooden Mosques: Islamic Architectural Heritage in Adjara" from 22 June - 06 July 2018. Please join us for the opening reception on Friday, June 22nd @ 18:30 at the gallery at 9 Atoneli St, Tbilisi.
We look forward to seeing you there!
WOODEN MOSQUES: ISLAMIC ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE IN ADJARA
The exhibition has opened in Batumi!
Exhibition Mounting is underway at Contemporary Art Space Batumi!
9-11 SEPTEMBER 2017
Be sure to Check out our work in Batumi this weekend for Odessa/Batumi Photo Days!
[01 SEPTEMBER 2017]
We are proud to announce that Wooden Mosques Project will be contributing work on the wooden mosques of Adjara in the Fall 2017 Odessa/Batumi Photo Days festival. The schedule for the exhibition can be found at:
Wooden Mosques Project to participate in 2017 Odessa/Batumi Photo Days
[20 AUGUST 2017]
We are proud to announce that the Wooden Mosques Project will be contributing work on the wooden mosques of Adjara in the Fall 2017 Odessa/Batumi Photo Days festival. More updates on the specifics soon!
We are out doing field research!
[04 - 11 JULY 2017]
The Wooden Mosques Project team is back in Adjara making site visits to mosques in the districts of Keda, Khelvachauri and Kobuleti.
We are out doing field research !
[14 - 21 JUNE 2017]
The Wooden Mosques Project team is taking advantage of the excellent weather conditions in Adjara and making site visits to mosques in the districts of Keda, Shuakhevi and Khulo. Access to many of these sites is restricted to winding and narrow dirt roads that can become impassible during heavy rain.