The Scythia exhibition

  • Partial views of the 11th Scythia Biennial.
  • Partial views of the 11th Scythia Biennial.
  • Partial views of the 11th Scythia Biennial
  • Partial views of the 11th Scythia Biennial
  • From left to right works from Ozcan Uzkur, Turkey, Chiyoko Kumon, Japan (First Prize), Piotr Pandyra, Poland, Iya Skoromna, Ukraine (Second Prize), Oksana Beylakh, Ukraine, Esfir Serpionova, Ukraine, and Stewart Kelly, Great Britain. On the stand the work from Annamaria Simandi-Kover, Hungary.
  • From left to right. On the wall works from Karin Gustavsson, Sweden, Basak Özkendirci, Turkey, Christine Altona, Germany, Mieko Demura, Japan, and Rob Burton, Great Britain. In the center works from Gerda Ritzmann-Luger, Switzerland and Meta Heemskerk, Netherlands.
  • From left to right works from Ainsley Hillard, Great Britain, Cristina Coronese, Italy, Dorothea van de Winkel, Belgium, and Birgitta Hallberg, Denmark. Dorothea Van de Winkel is an ETN member and her tapestry In the Open Field I was awarded 3rd prize in the competition. In the center work from Gerda Ritzmann-Luger, Switzerland.
  • Scythia organizer and ETN member Ludmila Egorova talking to a TV channel.
  • Scythia organizers and ETN members Andrew Schneider and Ludmila Egorova with artists Özlem Uslu and Engin Alpat from Turkey.
  • ETN member Christine Altona, Germany. Brains II. Tapestry. Wool, linen. 190 x 160 cm.
  • ETN member Birgitta Hallberg, Denmark.Glacier 1. Tapestry. Wool, linen, cotton. 45 x 65 cm.
  • ETN member Birgitta Hallberg, Denmark. Glacier 2. Tapestry. Wool, linen, cotton. 45 x 65 cm.
  • From left to right works from Anna Maria Brandys, Poland, Didem Oz, Turkey and Bohdan Hubal, Ukraine.
  • To the left work from Iringo Kis, Hungary. To the right from Lindsay Marshal, Great Britain.
  • Vildan Tok. Turkey. Crust and Layer. Cotton Handwoven Fabric. Mixed Technique. 40 x 10 x 6 cm.
  • Pamela Campagna, Italy. Double Exposure. Embroidery on a double layer of tulle.50 x 50 x 13 cm.
  • From left to right works from Cristina Coronese, Italy, Dorothea van de Winkel, Belgium, Birgitta Hallberg, Denmark. Sonja Andrew, Great Britain, Marika Szàraz, Belgium. On the floor in the foreground work from Meta Heemskerk, Netherlands and Gerda Ritzmann-Luger, Switzerland. In the corner Pamela Campagna’s, Italy.