Moscow, Russia
Our short-film All Rolled Into One was selected at International Film Festival for Russian-spoken Creative Documentaries Artdocfest , program «Sreda». Soon it will be possible to watch it at their web-site Artdoc.media. Congratulations to Vlada Artemyeva Nick Makeev Vika Stoianova Natali Sava and OWH Studio
27 November - 4 December 2018 - Brasilia, Brazil
Good news! Our short-film All Rolled into One was selected in category "International Short" in Lobo Fest - Festival Internacional de Filmes in Brasilia, Brazil. Screening will be 27 November - 4 December 2018. Congratulations to my team: Vlada Art (starring) and Nick Makeev (music and sound design).
16 November - 09 December 2018 - Berlin, Germany
Artists:
Carolina Dutca - projects No Silence, The Places of Violence
Ramin Mazur
Mikhail Kalarashan
Anton Polyakov mit Anya Galatonova und Maxim Polyakov


Opening: 16.11.2018 // 7pm

Exhibition: 17.11.2018 - 09.12.2018
open Sat+Sun, 3-6 pm

Starting on November 16th 2018, aff Galerie cooperates with 'Zentrum für Osteuropa- und internationale Studien' (ZoiS) in Berlin to present works from Transnistrian photographers Carolina Dutca, Ramin Mazur, Mikhail Kalarashan, Anton Polyakov with Anya Galatonova and Maxim Polyakovfor the first time in Germany.

The phenomenon of a country deemed bureaucratically nonexistent is indeed fascinating. Transnistria is a de facto state within the Republic of Moldova that declared themselves independent during the dissolution of the Soviet Union from 1990-1992. Today it is an internationally unrecognized state with approximately 475,000 inhabitants. At the same time, however, it has typical features of a state such as currency, administration, military, and its own education system. The situation has currently reached a seemingly tolerated status quo that allows people to go about their daily lives.

How do the artists, who continue to live and produce work in Transnistria, view their home? What do they experience on a daily basis? Upheaval, protests, persistence, failure?

This group exhibition sheds light onto these questions and introduces individual insights about this developing region. Documentary, journalistic, and conceptual images reflect the very personal, social, and political issues. Curated by Anna Eckold and Franca Wohlt.

18 October - 18 November 2018 - Krasnodar, Russia
"Multimedia" nomination
2nd place
Carolina Dutca, Moldova
For me, For you too. 2014–2018
International Festival of Photography PHOTOVISA

Thank you my dear Valentin Sidorenko for helping with editing.
12-21 October 2018 - Mykolaiv ART WEEK, Mykolaiv, Ukraine
My project about domestic violence in Mykolaiv ART WEEK

If you are going to be there on 12 October, I'll invite you to the opening of our international group exhibition 'People Places Processes'. There you can see a part from my documentary project about domestic violence 'The Places of Violence'
5-31 October 2018 - Pragovka Gallery, Prague, Czech Republic
From 5 October to 31 October in Pragovka Gallery , Prague will be my personal exhibition with documentary project "The Places of Violence"

Let's see there in 5 October 6 p.m. in Vernissage.

http://theplacesofviolence.tilda.ws/en

Special thanks People in Need - Official for supporting it.
22 September - 31 October 2018 - Fotografika Gallery, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
The deocumentary project with public intervention about emigration from Moldova and Transnistria Doska Pochiota became a part of group exhibition in Fotografika Gallery "Between".

22 September 19-00 is opening of this exhibition, which is included different formats: photographies, multimedias, installations and a lot of student's dummies.
Curatiors: Katya Bogachevskaya, Evgenia Efremova, Vova Tereshkov

18+
21 July - 31 August 2018 - Lenfilm Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
My video art The First Law of Dialectic was shortlisted in Gamma Festival.
And from 21-st July to 31st it will be exhibited in Lenfilm Museum, Saint-Petersburg, Russia.

http://gammafestival.ru/english
http://www.lenfilm.ru
1-16 September 2018 - Georgetown, Gyuana, South America
Congratulations to my team: Vlada Artemyeva (one of the main character), Nick Makeev (music and sound design), Christian Dutca (animation) and Vika Stoianova(produced). Also thanks for supporting us to OWH Studio, UNDP, Apriori ILC, Natali Sava and Alexandra Telpis.
Our short film "All Rolled into One" was selected to Painting the Spectrum is the Society Against Sexual Orientation Discrimination's (SASOD Guyana) LGBTQ+ film festival in Georgetown, Guyana, South America. Event festival's dates: September 1-16. So if you are in Gyuana in this period, you are welcome to watch it.
29 July 2018 - Pierrevert, Alpes de haute Provence, France
We won The Special Jury Prize with multimedia project "The Places of Violence" in a French Photography Festival Les amis des Nuits Photographiques de Pierrevert and I really need to say thanks to my Academy of Documentary Photography and Photojournalism in Saint-Petersburg Fotografika and my curator Katya Bogachevskaya for advices, care and inspiration. Also big thanks People in Need, Nadiia Ivanova , Transition Promotion Program and Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic for financial help with this project. Thanks for Roman Ursan for protecting my emotional health during this hard work. And big thanks for organisators and jury for invitation to this great festival.

26-30 July 2018 - Pierrevert, Alpes de haute Provence, France
26th July at «Les Nuits Photographiques de Pierrevert» [Photography Festival] at Pierrevert, Alpes de haute Provence, France you can see screening of my ongoing multimedia documentary project "The Places of Violence" about domestic violence in Transnistria unrecognised republic.
See you at festival!
http://pierrevert-nuitsphotographiques.com/

11 July 2018 - UATV English
Have you ever thought how to visualize basic civil liberties and social issues? The topics of human rights, discrimination, social justice, corruption, and poverty are being approached by Seven artists from Eastern partnership countries. They are showcasing their thoughts here in Kyiv in an exhibition called "People. Places. Processes".
10-15 July 2018 - National Taras Shevchenko Museum, Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung - Kiev, Ukraine
It is definitely worth going to an opening of "People. Places. Processes." exhibition which will take place on Tuesday, July, 10th at 6:30 pm. The registration starts at 6:00 pm.

What is the exhibition about?

7 artists: Carolina Dutca, Ramin Mazur, Alexandr Sayenko, Narek Aleksanyan, Dina Oganova, George Gogua, Emine Ziyatdinova, from the countries of Eastern partnership will show their perception of such basic liberties and social issues as human rights, discrimination, social justice, corruption and poverty. These problems unite citizens, gather demonstrations, shape the mindset of a modern person.

Apart from the opening itself, there will also be a discussion about the issues covered in the exhibition.

✒ Among questions discussed:

— How can state cultural policy help to overcome inequality, foster social injustice, milder conflicts and support social dialogue?

— How social and democratic values can be transmitted through art?

— How can the artists enforce dialogue building between the government and civil society?

— In the current political and economic situation in the countries of Eastern Europe, what role does creativity play in interconnecting social society and the authorities?

— Is art an effective tool to address social issues people deal with daily?

— Even if not mentioned directly, every art or literature piece inherently touches upon and address social issues. Does art actually reflect the society?

✒ Keynote speaker of the event: Lilit Makunts, Minister of Culture of the Republic of Armenia

✒ The language of the event: Ukrainian/Russia with the translation into English

Venue: National Taras Shevchenko Museum, Taras Shevchenko Blvd. 12, Kyiv.

The exhibition is organized by the Regional Office "Dialogue Eastern Europe" Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES), Germany`s oldest political foundation. FES persistently campaigns for the core ideas and values of social democracy: freedom, justice and solidarity.

More information on the exhibition is available on the website.

http://fes-dee.org/n/cms/1/?L=1

#PeoplePlacesProcesses
June - August 2018 - Transnistria, Moldova
CRONOGRAF Festival is at the moment the only international documentary film festival in Moldova and it is organized in Chisinau starting 2001. This event came into existence at the initiative of a young group of Moldavian filmmakers that were organized within OWH Studio. Their aim was to animate the cultural life in the Republic of Moldova and to bring closer to the local public the latest documentaries from all over the world.

IDFF CRONOGRAF has reached the 14th edition. The festival has a great popularity and an international reputation, especially in the South-East Europe, being among the most important film events. Every year the number of films in the contest increases, as a proof that the festival has aroused the interest of documentarists around the world. CRONOGRAF is an opportunity for the local filmmakers to stand out of the crowd as well as a gateway to the world news in this genre.

There are 7 short films in Cronograf Tour 2018 by filmamakers from Transnistria and Moldova.
Carolina Dutca presents her first short film "All Rolled into One".

Short Films made after workshop by Violeta Gorgos [RO] and Ruben Agadjanean [MD], OWH Studio, Apriori Legal Information Center, UNDP.




21-23 June 2018 - Tiraspol
Group exhibition Culture / Future of the Neighborhoods in Tiraspol: Carolina DUTCA Doska Pochiota, Alexandru HARABAGIU Free Portraits, Tatiana FIODOROVA "Dove of Peace" Monument, Vladimir TERNER Workshops' results, period: 21 June - 23 June 2018
22-27 May 2018 - Chisinau, Bender, Tiraspol
#PSD2018, Public Space Days 2018 (3rd edition) Culture as a Common Good, May 22 - 27, 2018 / Chisinau, Bender, Tiraspol

Tuesday, May 22nd 2018
location: Botanica district city hall ( Teilor str. nr. 10, Chisinau)
20:00 - 21:00 - Presentation of the Doska Pochiota project, produced by Carolina DUTCA during the artistic residence CHIOŞC AIR

Wednesday, May 23rd 2018
location: small room, Casa Zemstvei Guberniale (str. Al. Șciusev 103, Chisinau)
15:00 - 19:00 - International Conference: Public Facades: Culture as Good Common - the Future of the
Neighborhoods, Artistic practices in the context of residential neighborhoods: past - present and future - panel discussion with participants: Carolina DUTCA [MD], Alexandru HARABAGIU [MD], Tatiana FIODOROVA
[MD], Vladimir TURNER [CZ], Pavel KHAILO [UA], moderated by Ovidiu ŢICHINDELEANU [RO/MD]
19:00 - 20:00 - Culture / Future of the Neighborhoods - opening of the group exhibition - Carolina DUTCA Doska Pochiota, Alexandru HARABAGIU Free Portraits, Tatiana FIODOROVA "Dove of Peace" Monument, period: 23 May - 9 June 2018
VICE, Laura-Maria Ilie, Florentin Cassonnet, 22 May, 2018
New interview about LGBTQ+ in Transnistria and documentary project NO SILENCE (in Romanian)
10 May 2018 - Club 19, Ribnita, Transnistria
Carolina Dutca — artist, media activist and documentary photographer from Transnistrian region. Most of her works connected with human rights topics: domestic violence, LGBTQ+ discrimination, ksenophoby. She've already had exhibitions in Czech Republic, Serbia, Russia, Ukraine and Moldova.

Dutca will have free documenary photography workshop in Ribnita for all who is interested in this field. See you!
Carolina Dutca and participants of workshop
Ribnita, Transnistria
25 April 2018 - BUNKER Art Gallery, Chisinau, Moldova

Carolina Dutca is an visual artist based in Trasnistria. In her practice she uses street photography, photo-journalism, installation created from a queer feminist perspective. In the most recent project she documented using a long term observational process the problem of discrimanation issue of LGBTQ+ community, in the project NO SILENCE. Her second project, The Places of Violence spoke out the problem of domestic violence. Many of her artworks are deeply personal, drawing on her feelings about discrimination, domestic violence, xenophobia, feminism, social and cultural bias and stereotypes. Sontag writes: "Who believes today that war can be abolished? No one, not even pacifists" Another thing, it is the war's caliber and the number of victims. Carolina is a fighter and a warrior and she hopes that her projects will reduce the number of victims and make society more inclusive. From this position she is interested in social projects and activism through art.
Edu-Art: Artist talk cu Carolina DUTCA (RU)
Presentations of the postmedia documentary project about the women's opinions on feminitives (gender specificity in job titles in Russian language)

13 April 2018 - iHUB Chisinau, Chisinau, Moldova,
14 April 2018 - Club #19, Tiraspol, Transnistria.
11 April 2018 - Club 19, Tiraspol, Transnistria
Vinegar.media is an online magazine about people, places and events of Transnistria, which we will create together.
On Wednesday, Carolina Dutca will tell you how to find ideas for photo projects, communicate with their participants and how to get funding for your idea. Also, you will learn how our speaker went from a beginning photographer to a professional, whose materials are published by major publications.
The trainer of the workshop will be the documentary photographer Carolina Dutca.
We will be happy to see everyone who is interested in photography.
Carolina Dutca and participants of workshop
Tiraspol, Transnistria
6-7 April 2018 - SHTO Gallery, Berlin, Germany
ЧТО? is bringing Eastern European art and design to Neukölln on April 6-7.
SHTO's set up includes a gallery – exhibiting a diverse group of artists and photographers from the region.

Works will be for sale – along with clothes from Eastern European designers, rare books, zines, and graphic posters in English, German and Russian.
In the evening there'll be a bar – serving delicious wine from Georgia, Ukraine & Romania.
We're open from 10.00 onwards both days, with events taking place fri + sat 18.00-23.30.

Participants:

TATYANA PALYGA (Russia)
ALEXANDER BONDAR (Russia)
CAROLINA DUTCA (Transnistria)
EUGENE TSYMBALYUK (Ukraine)
EKATERINA BODYAGINA (Russia)
GOLDMAN SISTERS (Russia)
NIKITA GRUZOVIK (Russia)
MONIKA KALINOWSKA (Poland)
DEEP FLOW (Russia)
LYO (Russia)
VOLNY TE (Russia)
NESKAZKI ODESSA (Ukraine)
PLANT CIRCLE (Poland)
30-31 March - Smena 2.0, Moscow, Russia
ART.WHO.DARK - an annual experimental review of the young art. The program includes young artists' installations, theatrical performances and performances by artists of the independent music scene - the winners of the Jagermeister Music Awards.

Artists:

SENSE
Futureisnown
(IN)side project
Vitalii Prostov
Martin Jurra
Roman Fedorov
Carolina Dutca
Necto Phil
Maximmixam
Alena Smolina
Evgenia Melnikova
3 March 2018 - TRANZIT.RO Gallery, Bucharest, Romania
We cordially invite you on Saturday, 3rd of March, starting with 4 PM at Carolina Dutca's artist talk, hosted by tranzit.ro Bucharest (Gazelei 44 Street)

Carolina Dutca is an visual artist based in Trasnistria. In her practice she uses street photography, photo-journalism, public art, collage, installation and sound art created from a queer feminist perspective. In the most recent project she documented using a long term observational process the problem of discrimanation issue of LGBTQ+ community, in the project NO SILENCE. Her second project, The Places of Violence spoke out the problem of domestic violence. Many of her artworks are deeply personal, drawing on her feelings about discrimination, domestic violence, xenophobia, feminism, social and cultural bias and stereotypes. Sontag writes: "Who believes today that war can be abolished? No one, not even pacifists" Another thing, it is the war's caliber and the number of victims. Carolina is a fighter and a warrior and she hopes that her projects will reduce the number of victims and make society more inclusive. From this position she is interested in social projects and activism through art.

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