Rencontres en suisse

rencontres en suisse

The Nonante-neuf talks and Spotlights scène suisse will take place during the opening week of Les Rencontres dArles, from Tuesday to Friday, 4 to 6 pm, as part of the lecture programme organised by Cosmos-Arles Books, The Eyes magazine and Pro Helvetia.
They will be presented by Sascha Renner, director of Coalmine (forum for documentary photography) in Winterthur, art critic and former culture editor for the Tages-Anzeiger newspaper and SRF 2 Culture radio.After the lecture Spotlight scène suisse will focus on the Swiss association for contemporary photography.The debate on 'Gain and loss of control: from documentation to surveillance' promises to be more than lively.«Surveillance Panorama Projects no 5» Jules Spinatsch.I'm, women from Nigeria, seeking, men to intimate encounter, well.Christoph Bangert, a German photographer whose work annonces x adulte gratuit encourages critical debate on conventional views of war and Caroline Recher, curator at the.Salvatore Vitale, photographer and editor-in-chief of Yet magazine, whose latest issue discusses the issue of control.1 Photo 1 Photo, india 4 Photos, india 1 Photo, men Seeking Friends - Dating.Dominic Nahr who is internationally renowned for his reporting from conflict zones.Download the full programme of the Nonante-neuf talks.Rajasthan 1 Photo, india 1 Photo, india 1 Photo, hyderabad 1 Photo.Romain Mader, a Swiss photographer whose work combines documentary images with fiction; Aron Mörel, founder.The Nonante-neuf talks are organised by The Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia.Taking part in the debate on 'Invisible war.Men Seeking Women in Delhi.On Thursday 7 July come and listen to the panellists discussing this topic Marco de Mutiis, digital curator at the.Joan Fontcuberta, who curated the 2015 edition of the Mois de la Photo à Montréal on the subject of 'The post-photographic condition and.The final Spotlight scène suisse will be devoted to the VFG Swiss Young Talent Award vfg association of creative photographers.Mörel Books, and, yann Gross, winner of the 2015 Luma Rencontres Dummy Book Award, who will present his new project 'The Jungle Show'. .
Musée de lElysée in Lausanne, whose research focuses on how victims are represented in photography and art.