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Maurizio Cattelan Pierpaolo Ferrari Les Rencontres d'arles Toiletpaper 1 / 15       Untitled. Concept and images by Toiletpaper magazine: Maurizio Cattelan et Pierpaolo Ferrari. © Rencontres Arles

Antoine Tempé Tear My Bra Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 Blow Up 2 / 15       Antoine Tempé, Blow Up, Dakar, 2013, project (re-)Mixing Hollywood. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles

Don McCullin Les Rencontres d'Arles 3 / 15       Don McCullin, Early Morning, West Hartlepool, County Durham, 1963. Courtesy of the artist and Hamiltons Gallery, London. © Rencontres Arles.

Gary Winogrand Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 New York 4 / 15       Gary Winogrand, New York, 1970. Copyright The Estate of Garry Winogrand, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco. © Rencontres Arles.

Olivier Culmann Tendance Floue Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 5 / 15       Olivier Culmann, The Others, Phase 1, 2009-2013. Courtesy of the artist and Tendance Floue. © Rencontres Arles.

Némésis Les Rencontres d'Arles Étrangère en terre familière 6 / 15       Némésis, Stranger in Familiar Land series, Kibera, 2016. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles.

Alain Beauvais Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 Bison Bourré 7 / 15       Alain Beauvais, Drunk Bison, Hara Kiri, 1978. Courtesy of Collection Marc Bruckert & Thomas Mailaender. © Rencontres Arles.

Sid Grossman Les Rencontres d'Arles 8 / 15       Sid Grossman, Coney Island, 1947. Copyright Howard Greenberg Gallery. © Rencontres Arles.

Malick Sidibé Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 Regardez-moi! 9 / 15       Malick Sidibé, Look at me!, 1962
. Courtesy of the artist and MAGNIN-A gallery, Paris. © Rencontres Arles.

Joao Pina Absurde Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 10 / 15       Joao Pina, from the Absurde series. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres d'Arles.
Aircraft used by the Argentine military to dump left-wing militants still alive over the Rio de la Plata and the Atlantic Ocean during the military dictatorship. Today, the airplane is used as an advertising prop for a building supply store on the outskirts of Buenos Aires. Esteban Echeverria, Argentina, September 2011.

Peter Mitchell Kingston Racing Motors Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 11 / 15       Peter Mitchell, Kingston Racing Motors. Sunday Spring 75. 4p.m. Olinda Terrace, Leeds. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres d'Arles.
Is the man with the wrench a mechanic? Why is the bird with the clapped-out Porsche looking so naughty? Will James C. Gallagher, whose business it is, always have his back to the camera? And why did Barry after painting the wall have to leave Leeds? The council demolished the lot shortly after this snap.

George Pal Les Rencontres d'Arles docteur Lao 12 / 15       George Pal, 7 Faces of Dr. Lao, 1964. Courtesy of the MGM. © Rencontres Arles.

Pierre Petit Les Rencontres d'Arles Statue of Liberty 13 / 15       Pierre Petit, Ateliers Gaget Gauthier & Cie, construction of the Statue of Liberty, 1881-1884, Paris. © Rencontres Arles.

Maud Sulter Les Rencontres d'Arles Syrcas 14 / 15       Maud Sulter, Black and White: Two, 1993, from the Syrcas series. Courtesy of The Maud Sulter Estate and Autograph ABP. © Rencontres Arles.

Bernard Plossu Les Rencontres d'Arles Western Colors 15 / 15       Bernard Plossu, New Mexico, 1982. Courtesy of the artist and Éditions Textuel. © Rencontres Arles.

Rencontres d'Arles 2016: preview

The 47th edition of Les Rencontres d'Arles will officially open in early July, the famous French photographic festival conceived by the photographer Lucien Clergue.

The event will begin on 4th July, and as usual, will involve the small French town in a vibrant photographic festival which will offer a wealthy programme of exhibitions and events tended at giving back, as is customary, a snapshot as complete as possible of the key trends, new practices and changes taking place in the field of photography. A composite review that, until 25th September 2016, will try not only to satisfy the most difficult photographic appetites, but to define the current state of the art of photography, consolidating de facto the role of the festival as an observatory of excellence.

This year's edition will be the second one directed by Sam Stourdzé – successor of the historic artistic director François Hébel – and will branch along the guidelines set by the same Stourdzé last year, focusing on the latest developments of the photographic research, emerging talents and new fields of competence of this language. All in an effort to insert photography in a bigger picture, complex and articulated and not exempt from commixtures and contamination with other artistic disciplines

Returning to the programme, as always, it will be the so-called inaugural week (this year scheduled 4th to10th July) to kick off the festival and to propose a broad programme of meetings with artists, conferences, openings, guided tours, screenings, workshops, evening events and much more. The numerous exhibitions in the programme will once again be divided into different sections – Street, Western Stories, Monstres & Co., Africa Pop, Platforms of the visible, After War, I am writing to you from far off country, Rereading, Singular!, Outside the frame, Emergences, Arles Books, Prix Découverte, Associated programme, Grand Arles Express – that will involve both emerging authors and artists of international renown. Among the latter, Don McCullin, Andres Serrano, Eikoh Hosoe, William Klein and Mickael Ackerman, just to name a few. There will obviously be areas dedicated to photographic publishing and didactics, in addition to the now traditional initiatives to support young emerging photographers. Finally the tradition also continues, inaugurated last year, to consecrate the event to a distinguished personage in the industry. After the 2015 edition dedicated to Lucien Clergue, this year the festival is dedicated to Michel Tournier (1924 - 2016), co-founder of Les Rencontres d'Arles along with Lucien Clergue and Jean-Maurice Rouquette.

More information on Les Rencontres d'Arles 2016 programme is available on our website reported among the info, but the FPmag editorial staff will be on the field during the whole opening week, making you aware of, what and how things happen, and expressing their point of view, through the ARLES2016 page provided below (see FPtag) and will be constantly updated as of 5th July. [ Stefania Biamonti ]

Arles 2016. Les rencontres de la photographie
various venues - Arles (France)
4 July – 25 September 2016

opening times: daily, 10 am - 7,30 pm (this time may vary)
admission fee: varied, different types of entry tickets are available
info: +33 (0)4 90967606
info@rencontres-arles.com
www.rencontres-arles.com


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[ INTERNAL RESOURCES ]
◉ [ FPtag ] ARLES2016: for regular updates on the 2016 edition
◉ [ FPtag ] ARLES2015: the editorial staff’s point of view on the 2015 edition

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