1 June 2023 Exhibition/Culture Sunday Women

The life of Georgian women in their role as domestic workers in Athens


Event location

Franz-Mehring-Platz 1
10243 Berlin


01.06.2023, 19:00 - 02.07.2023, 19:00 Hr


Migration / Flight, Art / Performance, Eastern Europe, Southeastern Europe


Sunday Women

Sunday Women is an exhibition that explores the lives of Georgian women living in Athens in the context of their role as domestic workers in households across the city.

The exhibition begins with a photographic exploration of the Georgian community’s domestic life, as it unfolds in the space of their own homes: individually or collectively rented spaces where they meet on their days off from working in Greek households.

Their stories describe the working conditions they are faced with, the experience of working as live-in domestic workers and the networks of support developed within the community in order to cope with an everyday life spent at the service of others.

The project is a collaboration between Tatiana Mavromati and Laura Maragoudaki.
The exhibition was originally shown in Athens in autumn 2021.

Free Entry
Opening hours:
Thursday, 1 June. until Sunday, 2 July around the clock

Supporting programme:



Franziska Albrecht

Senior Advisor / Project Manager Western Europe, Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung

Phone: +49 30 44310 520