Tibet Museum holds travelling exhibition titled ‘A Long Look Homeward’ in Geneva

Tibet Museum staff, Mr Tenzin Topdhen, welcomes CTA President Dr Lobsang Sangay as he arrives at the exhibition site. Photo|Tenzin Nyishon|Switzerland

Dharamshala: President Dr Lobsang Sangay of Central Tibetan Administration and Mr Carlo Sommaruga, Honorable member of the National Parliament of Switzerland, inaugurated the Tibet Museum’s travelling Photo Exhibition titled ‘A Long Look Homeward’ at Place Des Nation, Geneva, Switzerland along with 15 different speakers invited for the Geneva Forum, 2019. The exhibition was jointly organised by the Tibet Museum and Office of Tibet, Geneva.

A Long Look Homeward is an exhibition based on the collective consciousness of Tibetan Memory, commemoration and Hope. The exhibition is curated by eleven representatives of Tibetan community in Exile, who had shared their own personal stories, interwoven with the story of their nation & have selected visual representation of their memories.

The photo exhibition was attended by a large number of visitors coming from different countries & communities and was open for public on 14th & 15th November 2019. Tibetans in Geneva & Zurich came forth in large numbers to support and contribute to The Tibet Museum Photo Exhibition Program in Geneva.

We are deeply thankful to the office of Tibet, Geneva for giving us this opportunity to showcase our travelling exhibition at the Ground of United Nation, which definitely has, reinforces our voice of Human Right Violation in Tibet and add a new milestone in our travelling exhibition milage.

-Filed by Tibet Museum

An elderly Tibetan lady going through the exhibition titled: A Long Look Homeward. Photo|Tenzin Nyishon|Switzerland

An exhibition titled: A Long Look Homeward being displayed at Place Des Nation, Geneva, Switzerland. Photo|Tenzin Nyishon|Switzerland