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Festival

Event
Arles 2017 – Vincent Flouret, Max
11/07/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Do not miss this exhibition under any circumstances! It is a wonder. It is the only gallery, place Paul Doumer at the beginning of the Rue de la Roquette in Arles. We discovered it on Saturday, thanks Julian Meijer. The author of the images, Vincent Flouret, is one of the most fascinating and funny: in short it was the ultimate moment of happiness of this wonderful week!

Event
Arles 2017 – What we missed
10/07/2017 - france , written by Jean-Jacques Naudet

Jonas and the entire team of The Eye of Photography have repeated it all week: the Rencontres this year are exceptional. We talked about two of the masterpieces, Annie Leibovitz and Roger Ballen. The third is missing: Michael Wolf. Go to the site of his gallery and judge for yourself!

Event
Arles 2017 – Rencontres in Réattu
10/07/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Third component of a series devoted to revisiting Musée Réattu’s photography department in Arles, the exhibition Rencontres in Réattu is revealing the Rencontres’ collection, comprised of prints that exhibited photographers have left in Arles each year.

Event
Arles 2017 – Katharine Cooper, The Aleppo Spring
Festival Voies Off 2107
10/07/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Voies Off is gathering independent initiatives flourishing outside of the Rencontres d’Arles. In 2107, the organizations are putting together 141 exhibitions and other photography events.

Event
Arles 2017 – Sanne de Wilde, The Island of the Colorblind
Festival Voies Off 2017
10/07/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Voies Off brings together independent initiatives that flourish in the margins of the Rencontres d’Arles. In 2017, these structures frame 141 exhibitions and other photography events.

Event
Arles 2017 – Blank Paper, a collective school
10/07/2017 - france , written by Arthur Dayras

In 2001, a handful of Spanish photographers graduated from the Escuela de Arte 10 in Madrid. Antonio Xoubanova, Óscar Monzón, Mario Rey, and Fosi Vegue wanted, and needed, to make their voices heard, to stand out, be present locally, nationally, and even globally.

Event
Arles 2017 – Daniel Nassoy and his men objects
10/07/2017 - france , written by L'Oeil de la Photographie

Daniel Nassoy discovered photography by taking black-and-white analog pictures of Paris and developing them himself. His career as a “photo’graphist” began with the creation, using very simple means—a few lights, some black paint—a small nocturnal theatre in which he explores the nude male body.

Event
Arles 2017 – The specter of surrealism
07/07/2017 - france , written by Karolina Ziebinska-Lewandowska

The Centre Pompidou in Paris celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2017 everywhere in France. To share its anniversary with a wider audience, the institution will be presenting a completely new program of exhibitions, loans and various events throughout the year.

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Arles 2017 – The Cow and the Orchid, vernacular Colombian photography
07/07/2017 - france , written by Laurence Cornet

Timothy Prus is the curator of the Archive of Modern Conflict, and an atypical collector. He is the person whom we owe for putting together the controversial “Nein, Onkel!” archive, that depicts playful Nazi soldiers relaxing aside from the horrendous war.

Event
Arles 2017 – “Photography outside the box” themed visit
07/07/2017 - france , written by Jonas Cuénin

Every day of this week, we suggested you to visit Arles and its festival of photography according to a theme. With the idea that maybe you only had the chance to stay for one day. Today's theme refers to collections, images that are exhumed, compiled, and sometimes observed with the fascination of the document of history.

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