Circulation(s), Festival of Young European Photography 2016

Photography lovers! Save the date for the sixth edition of the Circulation(s), festival of young european photography organized by the association Fetart. This festival presents  an overview of the new generation of european photographers and to synergize the european cultural initiatives around the image. It will be in Paris (CENTQUATRE) from March 25th to June 26th, 2016. Chaired this year by agnès b, it will present an exhibition of more than 40 European photographers and many other events.

CIRCULATION-Vernissage

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 as a central exhibition of the CENTQUATRE-PARIS. Dedicated to young european photography, the Circulation(s) festival 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.

joOUTSIDE THE WALLS

The RATP invites Circulation(s) photographers with exclusive images in metro stations Hôtel de Ville, Saint-Michel, Bir Hakeim, Jaurès, Luxembourg, Saint-Denis Porte de Paris, La Chapelle

Gare de l’Est: Emilia Moisio and Tom Janssen
Gare du Nord: the Périscope collective

PUBLIC OPENING

Saturday, March 26th from 3.00pm

• From 3.00pm: performance by Périscope collective

• From 3.00pm to 5.00pm: performance by artist duo Prazlab

• From 5.00pm to 7.00pm: musical performance by Remote around the work of Mathieu Roquigny


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