1 / 12       Stephen Shore, Room 125, Westbank Motel, Idaho Falls, Idaho, July 18, 1973, from the Uncommon Places series. Courtesy of the artist and 303 Gallery, New York. © Rencontres Arles.
2 / 12       Ambroise Tézenas, Sichuan Wenchuan earthquake ruins tour (China). «We arrive in Yingxiu town and take pictures for Xuankou middle school (about 53 died), Xuankou grade school (about 250 died)». Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles.
3 / 12       Anna Orlowska, Waiting Room, from the Leakage series, 2011. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles.
4 / 12       Harry Callahan, France, 1956-1958. MEP Collection, Paris. Courtesy of the Estate of Harry Callahan and the Pace / MacGill Gallery, New York. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles.
5 / 12       Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti, An employ of Jetpack Cayman demonstrates the watersport now available on the island. A 2000cc motor pumps up water trough the Jetpack propelling the client out of the water (359US$ for a 30 minutes secession). Mike Thalasinos, the owner of the company quips, «the Jetpack is zero gravity, the Cayman are zero taxes, we are in the right place!», Grand Cayman. Courtesy of the artist. © Paolo Woods & Gabriele Galimberti.
6 / 12       Sandro Miller, Dorothea Lange / Migrant Mother, Nipomo, California (1936), 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago. © Rencontres Arles.
7 / 12       Eikoh Hosoe, Simmon: A Private Landscape, 1971. Courtesy of the artist, Jean-Kenta Gauthier, Paris, and Akio Nagasawa Gallery, Tokyo. © Rencontres Arles.
8 / 12       Anouck Aimée. Courtesy of Paul Ronald, Archivio Storico del Cinema, AFE. © Rencontres Arles.

9 / 12       Paolo Pellegrin and Alex Majoli, Congo, 2012. Majoli/Pellegrin/Magnum Photo. Courtesy of the artists and Cherry Tree Gallery, Megève. © Rencontres Arles.

10 / 12       Alice Wielinga, Epic of the Soldiers, North Korea, 2013. Courtesy of the artist. © Rencontres Arles.
11 / 12       Thierry Bouët, Pair of skis, Private Affairs series. © Rencontres Arles.
12 / 12       Walker Evans, Labor Anonymous, Detroit, 1946, for Fortune magazine. Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum, New York. © Rencontres Arles.

Waiting for Les Rencontres 2015

All is ready for Les Rencontres d'Arles 2015. The program of the 46th annual festival – which will take place in Arles from July 6th to September 20th, 2015 – will be as usual very rich, but will propose many novelties. «This year is marked by the arrival of a new director, Sam Stourdz, successor to François Hébel, chosen to develop the festival to encompass all forms of photography and images – explains Fleur Pellerin, Minister of culture and communication – For his first Rencontres, he wanted particularly to highlight the cross-fertilisation of artistic disciplines, presenting exhibitions in which photography is counterpointed by music, cinema, or architecture... This year, once again, nearly fifty exhibitions make up the programming of this photographic promenade through varied sites in the heart of an incomparable heritage. We also celebrate the inauguration of latelierdesphotographes.com, a free educational platform offering introductory workshops in reading images, directed to a wide range of viewers».
The opening week (July 6th-12th) will kick off the festival with an ample calendar of meetings with the artists, conferences, screenings, workshops, night events and much more. The numerous scheduled exhibitions will be divided into several section – Rereading, Resonances, I am writing to you from a far-off country, The platforms of the visible, Odd collectors, Emergences, Arles books, Associated program – which will involve, as usual, both emerging authors and internationally renowned artists. The first section will contemplate two major exhibitions dedicated to the work of Walker Evans and Stephen Shore. «For forty-six years, thanks to the inspiration of its founders and the pugnacity of its successive directors, the Rencontres d’Arles has been, and will continue to be, at the side of the artists and sensitive to the public – said the new Artistic Director Sam Stourdzé – For, like no other discipline, photography and its artists awake the gaze, provoke dialogue, and encourage encounters».
The 46th edition of the Rencontres d'Arles is being staged in honor of Lucien Clergue, founder of the festival who died in November 2014. Further information is available here.

Arles 2015. Les rencontres de la photographie
various venues - Arles (France)
6 July – 20 September 2015

opening times: every day, 10.00 am - 7.30 pm (hours may vary in some venues)
admission fee: for all exhibitions (one entry per exhibition), 37,00 €, concessions 29,00 € | day pass (one entry per exhibition), 29,00 €, concessions 24,00 € | 7-Day Opening Week pass, 49,00 € | single exhibition ticket, 3,50 € | free entry for under-18s, RSA & ASS, Arles’ citizens and disabled persons.
info: +33 (0)4 90967606
info@rencontres-arles.com
www.rencontres-arles.com

published on 2015-07-03 in NEWS / EVENTS

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