Festival Circulation(s) — Festival de la jeune photographie européenne

Exhibition

Photography

Festival Circulation(s)
Festival de la jeune photographie européenne

Past: February 19 → March 20, 2011

This event presents a panorama of the new generation of European photographers. It aims to highlight the cultural space shared by Europeans and based on a common cultural heritage, to promote exchanges by showing to the French public, photographers and European actors from the world of image and to lay out, through the photographic medium, the outlines of a European identity.

In the core of the programme, an exhibition of 41 photographers invite to discover how creative and talented young European photography is. How do young photographers consider Europe today? What are their sources of inspiration? Their worries? How do they consider the future? Thanks to the Pixee application (free), the visitor, through his mobile phone, will have access to the video of the artists exhibited as well as the digital artistic contents by taking pictures of the works of the exhibition with the Pixee application.

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This first festival intends to unite and create a network of European actors from the world of image sharing the same ambition than Fetart: help young photographers to integrate into the professional world.

  • Opening Saturday, February 19, 2011 11 AM → 5 PM
  • Festival Circulation(s) — Lectures de portfolios Event Saturday, March 12, 2011 12 PM → 5 PM
  • Festival Circulation(s) — Lectures de portfolios Event Sunday, March 13, 2011 12 PM → 5 PM
  • Lecture Saturday, March 19, 2011 11:30 AM → 4 PM

    Conférences animées par la Maison du Geste de de l’image et par l’association FreeLens

Parc de Bagatelle Temporary
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Galerie côté Seine
Parc de Bagatelle


75016 Paris

Admission fee

Free entrance

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The artists

  • Alban Lécuyer
  • Jean-Jacques Ader
  • Agnel Juliette
  • Guillaume Amat
  • Robert Baum
  • Aurélie Belair
  • Carmine Mauro Daprile
  • Chiara Dazi
  • Frédéric Delangle
  • Martina Della Valle
And 30 others…