1 / 16       Family Affair. © Katerina Tsakiri.

2 / 16       Miami / Languedoc-Roussillon. © Camille Sonally.

3 / 16       Nomad's Land. © Yoann Cimier.

4 / 16       Ceux qui nous regardent. © Emma Grosbois.

5 / 16       Histoire de la Photographie. © Gabriela Lupu.

6 / 16       La vie ordinaire de Robert. © Brice Krummenhacker.

7 / 16       Mediodía. © David Hornillos/Blank Paper.

8 / 16       False Positives. © Esther Hovers.

9 / 16       Abjure. © David Bart.

10 / 16       Fifty High Seasons. © Shane Lynam.

11 / 16       The observation of trifles. © Carlos Alba.

12 / 16       Post. © Marta Zgierska.

13 / 16       Dulgung / Toleration. © Stafanie Zofia Schulz.

14 / 16       Tondo. © Benjamin Renoux.

15 / 16       Father and Son. © Sami Parkinnen.

16 / 16       YOZ. Natural History. © Pàtric Marin.

Circulation(s) 2016

Marked by the incredible success of the 2015 edition at the Cenquatre-Paris with more than 47 000 visitors, the Circulation(s) festival is coming back for three months, from March 26th to June 26th, 2016, as a central exhibition of the Cenquatre-Paris. Organized by the association Fetart e dedicated to young european photography, the Circulation(s) festival 2016 offers for the sixth consecutive year a crossed perspective of Europe through photography. Its aim is to help the talents of young european photographs become visible and to allow their contemporary and artistic creations to be discovered.
The program is articulated around a selection from a jury out of an international call for applications, of guests (an art galery and an art school) and a carte blanche of this edition’s sponsor, agnès b. The exhibition, having succeeded to assemble 51 european photographers, has decided to open this success once again to Little Circulation(s), a children’s exhibition, with a program and activities for a young audience. In order to shed light on the multiple forms of photographic expression, Circulation(s) festival has also invited 20 French and European partner festivals to share their favorite works of art. Young, talented and singular artists who embody the diversity of contemporary photography will be showcased. This series of photographs will be projected on a screen for the duration of the festival. Here is the list of the selected talents: Jill Quigley (Belfast Foto Festival, Ireland), Matthieu Litt (BIP – Biennale internationale de la Photographie et des Arts visuels de Liège, Belgium), Heiko Tiemann (Les Boutographies, France), Jewgeni Roppel (Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal), Pascal Amoyel (Format Festival, UK), Alice Vacondio (Fotografia Europea, Reggio Emilia, Italy), Alexandre Ollier (Images Singulières, Sète, France), Jacek Fota (Foto Festiwal, Lodz, Poland), Pauline Miserez (Festival des arts visuels, Vevey, Switzerland), Marie Rime (Journées photographiques de Bienne / Bieler Fototage, Switzerland), Antoine Bruy (Cortona On The Move, Cortona, Italy), Tom Callemin (Photo Levallois, France), Liu Susiraja (Backlight Photo Festival, Finland), Leva Austinskaite (Festival of Light, Kaunas, Litvia), Estefanía Martínez Bruna (Fotonoviembre, Spain), Charlotte Schmitz (LUMIX - Festival for Young Photojournalism, Germany), Markus Oberndorfer (Eyes on Europäischer Monat der Fotografie, Wien, Austria), Vendula Knopová (Festival OFF, Slovakia) and CALAMITA/À (Alt. + 1000, Switzerland).
On occasion of the festival – which sees in the role of Artistic Director Marion Hislen – it has also been organised a whole day of conferences and presentations dedicated to the professors and training staff in photography schools. Theoretical approaches and pedagogy will be at the forefront of this series of talks. In addiction, on Saturday the 21st and Sunday the 22nd of May 2016 over 30 French and European experts will meet the aspiring artists to discuss their portfolios. This event is open to the public, prior inscription is required. More information about the rich program of the festival are available here.

Circulation(s) – Young European Photography Festival
Le Centquatre-Paris, 5 rue Curial - Paris (France)
26 March – 26 June 2016
extended until August 7th, 2016

opening times: from Wednesday to Friday, 2 pm - 7 pm | Saturday and Sunday, 12 am - 7 pm | closed on Mondays and Tuesdays (except the Tuesdays on holiday period)
admission fee: standard fee 5,00 € | reduced fee 3,00 € for Under 30’s, Over 65’s, people seeking employment, people benefiting from minimum allowances, artists, large families, people in a handicapped situation and their attendant, teachers, Paris city hall personnel, groups of 10 people or more, people with a subscription of an associated institution | reduced fee 2,00 € for subscribers, holders of the PASS 104 or PASS jeune, schools, Fetart association subscribers | reduced fee 1,00 € for second-time entry, for any person holding the ticket from their first visit wishing to come back | free for children under the age of 6 and for the exhibitions La nef, la halle d’Aubervilliers et Little Circulation(s)
info: +33 (0)1 53 35 50 96
www.festival-circulations.com | www.104.fr

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[ INTERNAL RESOURCES ]
Journées photographiques de Bienne / Bieler Fototage 2015
Cortona On The Move 2015


[ EXTERNAL RESOURCES ]
Circulation(s) – Festival de la jeune photographie européenne 2016

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