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© Daesung Lee

Cortona: On The Move, international photo festival

From the first European retrospective of top photographer Larry Towell to the futuristic archaeology of emerging photographer Daesung Lee…

© Mandy Barker | PENALTY

Noorderlicht Photofestival 2016

Noorderlicht casts a forensic look at the traces left behind in the landscape. 21 artists unearth the stories that take place on and under the skin of the landscape.

© Cédric Gerbehaye

L’œil urbain – Festival photo

La quatrième édition de l’Œil urbain, programmée du 1er avril au 22 mai 2016, met cette année à l’honneur la photographie belge.

Pastoral Symphony by  Hans Silvester

8th Yangon Photo Festival

Under the patronage of Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, the Yangon Photo Festival (YPF) has become one of the main international yearly events in Myanmar.

© Mouna Saboni, La peur (série sur les femmes victimes de maltraitance)

Biennale des photographes du monde arabe contemporain

La première Biennale des photographes du monde arabe contemporain est une initiative conjointe de l’Institut du monde arabe et de la Maison Européenne de la Photographie.

© Karen Miranda Rivadeneira

Karen Miranda Rivadeneira

‘I am deeply honored that this year my work has been selected to be part of the Biennial Photoquai at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris.’ K.M.R

© Ali Anadjian and Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh

 Ali Anadjian and Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh

Ali Anadjian & Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh studied photography together at the University of Tehran (Iran) and have been working in tandem since they founded their Aco studio in Tehran and Copenhagen.

© Hanif SHOAEI - Technology in Bed, 2014

Hanif Shoaei ‘Technology in bed’

‘Virtual reality has made the world smaller, wiped out borders and shrunk the distance between people in Tehran and the rest of the world; but at the same time it

Internet City, 2008, série Dubai Transmutations, © Martin Becka

En Écho, les Photaumnales 2015

Les Photaumnales 2015 rendent hommage à Hippolyte Bayard, né dans l’Oise et proposent de découvrir les artistes d’aujourd’hui qui s’emparent des procédés d’hier.

Bülent Kiliç “From Kiev to Kobanî”

Bülent Kiliç has worked extensively, from Maidan in Ukraine in 2014, to Turkey and Syria.

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