Events and Exhibitions
Past Events and Exhibitions
The Institut français, in conjunction with Mali’s Ministry of Culture, is delighted to be opening this 11th biennale.
This winter, Foam presents an overview of Hiroshi Sugimoto's iconic photographic works.
While often described as solitary and reserved, the photographer Josef Sudek was once a familiar figure to many on the streets of Prague. Born in 1896 in Kolín, a town east of the capital on the Elbe River, he made the city his home in the early 1900s.
For the fourth consecutive year, the pioneering photobook fair in Spain returns, at Casa del Lector in Matadero Madrid.
With its energetic and innovative outlook, PHOTOLUX aspires to be a crossroads of exchange for renowned masters, experts and photography lovers, while also shedding light on new and emerging talents, as well as cutting edge artistic practices.
Over 170 of the world’s leading galleries and art book dealers will reunite for the 20th edition of Paris Photo, the most celebrated international art fair dedicated to the photographic medium.
Discover the largest panorama of exceptional photographic works from unique vintage pieces and modern masters to contemporary creations from across the whole of Europe and North America, from Argentina and Mexico to Tel Aviv, Dubai, Shanghai, Taipei, and Tokyo as well as Africa and Australia, all within the elegant showcase of the Grand Palais in Paris.
Annie Leibovitz's series WOMEN was first published in 1999. Her new solo exhibition WOMEN: New Portraits provides an insight into the changes in the roles of women today, combining her work from the original series with a selection of new images she has taken since.
"It is extraordinary to do this work for UBS on a subject that I really care about. It is such a big undertaking and a broad subject it is like going out and photographing the ocean." Annie Leibovitz
KAUNAS PHOTO is the longest-running annual photo festival in the Baltic States focusing on emerging photographers, taking place every September in the second-largest Lithuanian town of Kaunas since 2004. The program of the festival includes traditional and open-space exhibitions, talks, photo nights, KAUNAS PHOTO STAR portfolio reviews and more.
BredaPhoto is a biannual international photo festival, which has been organised since 2003 in the city of Breda, The Netherlands. BredaPhoto is, as always, based on a social theme, and this year’s theme is YOU, celebrating the flexible and resourceful individual. More than fifty photographers, from The Netherlands and abroad, will show the creativity as well as the vulnerability of the self-sustaining person.
This year is the 10th edition of the international biennial of photography held in Liège, now to be called Biennial of the Possible Image. Established in 1997, BIP focussed strictly on photography, but the part several years, the event has given space to the multiple facets of contemporary photographic practices by placing them face to face with other artistic disciplines. After having worked for a number of years around various themes, BIP is now turning towards a freer and more open exploration of the visual field, more mixed and interbred.