Ukraine, Terre Désirée
Cette rétrospective propose un regard, un récit sur l’Ukraine,
fruit d’un travail documentaire qui s’inscrit dans le temps long.
Bibliothèque Universitaire Le Havre Normandie
Du 27 mars au 27 mai 2023
En savoir plus
Exposition prolongée jusqu'au 7 avril 2023
Israel Ariño, Marina Black, Martin Bogren, Nolwenn Brod,
Juan Manuel Castro Prieto, Aline Diépois & Thomas Gilzolme,
Pablo Guidali, David Jimenez, Magali Lambert, Monika Macdonald,
Juanan Requena, Gotthard Schuh, Pieter Ten Hoopen, Ricard Terré,
Yves Trémorin et de Margot Wallard.
Dans cette exposition, il est question de lumière. Elle est bien-sûr la matière
même de la photographie, mais elle est aussi ce qui la compose ou la dévore,
qui modèle le sujet ou l’efface.
Galerie VU' – Paris (France)
Jusqu'au 7 avril 2023
En savoir plus
IMAZIGHEN - Berbères, une culture en résistance
Singulière et plurielle, la culture berbère très ancienne est aussi
l’une des plus méconnues et menacées d’Afrique du nord.
11ème édition du festival photographique l’Œil Urbain,
Galerie d’art municipale,
16 allées Aristide-Briand, 91100 Corbeil-Essonne
Du 31 mars 2023 au 20 mai 2023
En savoir plus
Pink, Black & Blue
Une exposition réunissant trois projets du photographe
Manit Sriwanichpoom, dont la série emblématique Pink Man .
Hop photo Gallery, Bangkok (Thailande)
Du 11 février au 9 avril 2023
En savoir plus
Amour, une odyssée sibérienne
Claudine Doury s’est rendue en Sibérie extrême-orientale pour la première fois en 1991,
puis en 1997, afin de témoigner de la vie des peuples natifs. Vingt ans plus tard, elle
retourne dans la région pour retrouver les familles nanaï, oultches et nivkhes qu’elle avait
rencontrées lors de ses précédents voyages.
ImageSingulières – Centre Photographique Documentaire, Sète (France)
Du 20 janvier au 9 avril 2023
En savoir plus
Une relecture tendre et onirique du travail que Christophe Goussard
mène au bord des eaux depuis 30 ans.
Vieille Église, Rue de la Vieille Église, 33700 Mérignac
Du 14 janvier au 9 avril 2023
En savoir plus
Les hautes solitudes
Musée de Bretagne – Les Champs Libres
10 cours des Alliés – 35000 Rennes
Du 26 novembre 2022 au 30 avril 2023
En savoir plus
Un document sur la dure réalité de la vie quotidienne des Brésiliens,
de l’Amazonie à São Paulo en passant par Rio de Janeiro.
Museu de Arte do Rio – Rio de Janeiro, Brésil
Du 03 décembre 2022 au 26 mars 2023
En savoir plus
Ferhat Bouda – L’Œil Urbain Galerie d’art municipale, 16 allées Aristide-Briand, 91100 Corbeil-Essonne
Singular and plural, the Berber culture is one of the oldest but also the most unknown and threatened in North Africa. The Amazighs (or Berbers, a term that means "free man") occupy a vast territory that spreads from the Atlantic coast of Morocco to the Siwa oasis in Egypt.
31 March 2023 - 20 May 2023
Guillaume Herbaut – Ukraine, Terre Désirée Bibliothèque Universitaire Le Havre, 25 rue Philippe Lebon, 76600 Le Havre
Guillaume Herbaut is exhibiting a selection of his images taken in Ukraine between 2001 and 2022. This retrospective of photographs offers a vision, a narrative on Ukraine, the result of a documentary work inscribed in the long term.
27 March 2023 - 27 May 2023
Rip Hopkins – Gardiens 06 Espace Lympia, 2 quai Entrecasteaux, 06300 Nice
In an approach that is at once anthropological, documentary and artistic, Rip Hopkins has produced this original photographic series dedicated to the jobs of guards.
18 March 2023 - 28 May 2023
Anne Rearick – Pays Basque Theâtre La Passerelle, 137 Boulevard Georges Pompidou, 05000 Gap
Through her tender and sincere approach, without artifice, her capture of the subtle vibrations of light, Anne Rearick gives a very accurate account of this region that seeks to preserve its own culture.
9 March 2023 - 3 May 2023
Bruno Boudjelal — Mères d’exil La Cité Miroir, Place Xavier Neujean 22, 4000 Liège
As part of the exhibition Mères d'exil, which gathers the works of thirty artists who worked on this theme, La Cité Miroir presents two series by Bruno Boudjelal, "Les paysages du départ", and a continuous screening of his film "Harragas".
18 February 2023 - 28 May 2023
Exposition collective – Éblouissements Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
This exhibition is about light. It is of course the very material of photography, but it is also what composes it or devours it, what shapes the subject or erases it. The works of our authors, whether in black and white or in colour, silver or digital, produced by electronograms (without light), in the camera or with a scanner, are all apprehensions and experiences of light.
17 February 2023 - 24 March 2023
Manit Sriwanichpoom – Pink, Black & Blue HOP - Hub Of photography, Bangkok, Thailande
The worldwide imprisonment of the pandemic lockdown gave photo-artist Manit Sriwanichpoom the quiet time he needed to complete the long-overdue compilation of his iconic Pink Man series, as well as two other books of previously unseen work of extraordinary intensity: the transcendental ‘I Saw A Blue Wing’ and the dark joy of ‘When I Was Twenty’. A rare visual feast, ‘Pink, Black & Blue’ is an exhibition comprising works from all three collections.
11 February 2023 - 9 April 2023
Claudine Doury – Amour, une odyssée sibérienne ImageSingulières - Centre Photographique Documentaire, 17, rue Lacan 34 200 Sète
Claudine Doury first went in Far Eastern Siberia in 1991 and again in 1997 to witness the lives of native peoples. Traveling along the banks of the Amur River, she passed through the villages of Nergen, Bulava, Ush Gur, and Bogorodskoye. A trip filled with surprising encounters, endearing figures and marked by what Claudine Doury feels when Love flows into the sea: "The end of Love is of infinite sadness. Its silty waters mingle with those of the Sea of Okhotsk, opposite the island of Sakhalin, the prison of the tsars. The sky seems bigger there than elsewhere, stretching its whiteness to the Pacific.”
20 January 2023 - 9 April 2023
Christophe Goussard – Fleuves Vieille Église Mérignac, Rue de la Vieille Église, 33700 Mérignac, France
Conceived as a dive into 30 years of photography, Fleuves is a tender and dreamlike rereading of the work that Christophe Goussard carries out by the waters since the beginning.
14 January 2023 - 9 April 2023
Ludovic Carème — Margens Museu de Arte do Rio, Praça Mauá, Centro, Rio de Janeiro-RJ
Museu d'Arte do Rio inaugurated Margens, a new photographic exhibition by Ludovic Carème, a French photographer who has been living in Brazil for over 10 years, in partnership with the French Embassy in Brazil.The 68 photos on display depict the harsh reality of the daily life of Brazilians: from rubber tappers in the Amazon, through the reality of a poor community in São Paulo on the banks of the Tietê River, to the hope in the eyes of young people in Rio de Janeiro on the Morro da Balbilônia.
3 December 2022 - 26 March 2023
Nolwenn Brod – Les hautes solitudes Musée de Bretagne - Les Champs Libres, 10 cours des Alliés – 35000 Rennes
On the occasion of a creative residency offered by the Museum of Brittany at the Champs Libres, Nolwenn Brod chose to take this meticulous look at her native city, Brest. She delivers here a multiple and delicate portrait, from the military institution to the intimacy of the rooms, scrutinizing in the walls as well as on the faces the hidden stories of the city and the different forms of relationship to the living.
26 November 2022 - 30 April 2023
Vanessa Winship – She dances on Jackson Galerie Le Carré d'Art - Centre Culturel Pôle Sud, 1 rue de la Conterie - 35131 Chartres de Bretagne
For more than a year, Vanessa Winship travelled the United States, from California to Virginia, from New Mexico to Montana, in search of the American dream. She dances on Jackson reads like a conversation, a poetic and rhythmic interplay between landscapes and portraits that explore the vastness of the United States, aiming to understand the bond that is created between a territory and its inhabitants.
18 November 2022 - 11 January 2023
Bernard Descamps – Au-delà des apparences Château de Tours, 25 Avenue André Malraux, 37 000 TOURS
Rather than freezing the imagination in a blissful admiration of the sublime and the otherworldly, Bernard Descamps opens back doors and harmoniously brings together cultures that are far removed from each other, allowing him to express his emotions.
28 October 2022 - 13 April 2023
Frédéric Lecloux — Territoires du cinématographe LUX Scène nationale, 36 boulevard du Génral de Gaulle, Valence, 26000
For two years, at the invitation of the Maison de l'image d'Aubenas and the association Les Écrans de Valence, Frédéric Lecloux led a creative photographic residency aimed at highlighting the territorial roots of cinema in the Ardèche and the Drôme, and more widely in the rural world.
26 January 2023 - 26 February 2023
Cyril Zannettacci – Parler à ceux que l’on n’écoute jamais ! Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
For the third edition of the Caritas Photo Sociale Prize, Galerie VU' is pleased to welcome the 2022 winner Cyril Zannettacci (photographer member of Agence VU') with his series "Parler à ceux que l'on n'écoute jamais!" as well as the exhibitions of the two finalists: Karen Assayag "Ce qu'il reste au fond de moi" and Pierre Jarlan for his series "Ici et demain".
13 January 2023 - 28 January 2023
Brigitte Grignet – Chiloé Theâtre La Passerelle, 137 Boulevard Georges Pompidou, 05000 Gap
It is in this personal vein that Brigitte describes so well that she carries out her photographic work. This is the case of Chiloé-La Cruz del Sur, the first series presented in this exhibition, which is completed by Present Perfect, a selection of photographs from her various travels.
6 January 2023 - 1 March 2023
Each year the Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival focuses on the photography scene of an Asian country. After Singapore (2021), Japan (2020), this year Jimei x Arles will focus on Thailand.
25 November 2022 - 3 January 2023
Cyril Zannettacci – Parler à ceux que l’on n’écoute jamais ! Le Château d'Eau, Toulouse (FRANCE)
It is in the heart of a care unit for the homeless that photographer Cyril Zannettacci witnesses the outbreak of the Covid-19 epidemic in 2021. Located in Nanterre, at the gates of Paris, the Centre d'Hébergement et d'Assistance aux Personnes Sans-Abri (CHAPSA), a centre that is unique in France, welcomes and accompanies homeless people in a process of care.
23 November 2022 - 31 December 2022
Guillaume Herbaut & Stéphane Duroy — De l’Ukraine : ceci est la guerre Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
Both are not war photographers, and both are free from the spectacular. Here, photography and painting meet, confront and respond to each other, in their capacity or impotence to declare this is war. Here, photography becomes the medium of duration and painting the medium of immediacy (as Eugène Delacroix wrote, "A painter must know how to catch a worker falling from a scaffold in the time it takes to fall").
18 November 2022 - 23 December 2022
Michaël Zumstein – Aka Zidane Galerie Guigon, Paris, France
AKA Zidane is a photographic project carried out in Africa. An unusual inventory shown through the "football jersey" worn every day by thousands of young Africans as a costume of contemporary heroes who project themselves into lives other than their own.
16 November 2022 - 20 November 2022
Marin Driguez – Une exposition photographique sur l’Institut Jules Bordet Espace Vanderborght, Rue de l'Ecuyer 50, 1000 Bruxelles
The Jules Bordet Institute is a renowned cancer centre in Belgium that has been treating cancer patients since 1939. For three months, Marin Driguez went there and documented the daily life of the caregivers and patients, who are faced with solitude, waiting, suffering and the end of life.
9 November 2022 - 27 November 2022
Claudine Doury – Photo Phnom Penh Ambassade de France - Cambodge, Cambodge
Claudine Doury travelled to Far East Siberia for the first time in 1991, and again in 1997, to document the lives of the peoples who settled along the banks of the Amur River. Twenty years later, she returned to the region in search of the Nanai, Ultche and Nivkh families she had met on her previous trips.
27 October 2022 - 27 November 2022
Samuel Bollendorff — Frontaliers, des vies en stéréo Massenoire, Esch-sur-Alzette, 8 Av. des Hauts-Fourneaux, 4361 Esch-sur-Alzette
Frontaliers, des vies en stéréo is the result of an investigation initiated in early 2020 by Mehdi Ahoudig and Samuel Bollendorff.
22 October 2022 - 5 February 2023
Claudine Doury – Artek, Loulan Beauty Galery Leica, Am Leitz-Park 5, 35578 Wetzlar, Allemagne
The Leica Gallery has chosen to exhibit two series by Claudine Doury: Loulan Beauty, a journey through the different countries of Central Asia. Artek, an immersion in a holiday camp for Russian teenagers on the shores of the Black Sea in Crimea.
21 October 2022 - 31 January 2023
Pierre-Olivier Deschamps – Paysage Urbain, Paysage Humain La maison pour tous - Joséphine Baker, 6 place Rodin, 94500 Champigny-sur-Marne
During a photographic residency in 2021-2022, Pierre-Olivier Deschamps produced a series of portraits of the inhabitants of Champigny-sur-Marne in their homes, as well as an exploration of the urban landscapes of their neighbourhood.
14 October 2022 - 31 December 2022
Collective exhibition – Galerie VU’ Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
Gallery VU’ presents a group show bringing together artworks reflecting on the artists' current projects.
12 October 2022 - 10 November 2022
Ferhat Bouda, Andrew Quilty, Cyril Zannettacci and Catalina Martin-Chico – Poussières : Le dérèglement climatique Galerie Dityvon, BU Belle-Beille, 11 allée François Mitterand – 4900 ANGERS
Whether in Chad for Ferhat Bouda, in Panama for Catalina Martin-Chico, in Afghanistan for Andrew Quilty or in Kenya for Cyril Zannettacci, the photographers focus their author’s eye on the profound connection between people and their environment. Their photographs reveal, beyond the figures and studies, the human reality on the ground: individuals, families, social groups whose daily life and food security are durably but silently disrupted by climate change.
6 October 2022 - 4 December 2022
Margot Wallard, Magali Lambert et Pia Elizondo – Animalités Carré Amelot - La Rochelle, 17000 La Rochelle
Le Carré Amelot in La Rochelle in partnership with the Galerie VU' welcomes a group exhibition of Magali Lambert, Margot Wallard and Pia Elizondo. They deliver photographs where the animal is as much a subject as an object of questioning on our own condition and thus give to see three photographic approaches of the animality, far from the documentary or zoological visions.
27 September 2022 - 10 December 2022
Frédéric Lecloux – Népal-Qatar, le vide et le vide Centre du Patrimoine Arménien, 14 Rue Louis Gallet, 26000 Valence
Faced with a shortage of jobs, men leave Nepal everyday to work abroad. Many have moved to Qatar to build infrastructure for the 2022 World Cup. In Nepalese villages, Frederic Lecloux has photographed women separated from their men, whom he has sought to find in Qatar, revealing the human and societal costs hidden behind his exile.
9 September 2022 - 20 November 2022
Andrew Quilty – A Forever War Ends Visa pour l’image, 66000 Perpignan, France
Based in Kabul from 2013 to 2021, Andrew Quilty documented the news related to the conflict as much as the daily lives of Afghan civilians. The exhibition traces these 8 years of wary hope and plummeted confidence, of elections and fraud, of attacks, offensives and negotiations, of political instability and withdrawal of international troops... until August 15, 2021, when the Taliban, finally reached the gates of Kabul and took power back.
27 August 2022 - 11 September 2022
Françoise Huguier – Discretion Visa pour l’image, 66000 Perpignan, France
For more than forty years, photographer Françoise Huguier has been working on this discreet retreat that is not a retreat. Difficult to grasp, not easy to define. It is enough to have observed her at work. What we discover then, is that we hardly ever see her taking pictures. She is an invisible woman, a great reporter who makes herself very small when she hides, more than when she plants herself, in the backstage of a fashion show, in the limbo of ghostly Africa, in the bunkers of Siberia, in the closets of the last communal apartments of Saint Petersburg or in the backrooms of Korean society.
27 August 2022 - 11 September 2022
Munem Wasif – Kheyal Rencontres d'Arles, Arles (FRANCE)
As part of the "Imagined documents" exhibition at the Rencontres de la Photographie d'Arles, Wasif Munem is screening his film " Kheyal " in which we follow four characters through the streets of old Dhaka in Bangladesh while visiting the enigmatic environments and unique identities that inhabit the historic city.
4 July 2022 - 25 September 2022
Massimo Siragusa – Cargo, les photographiques de Saint-Nazaire Galerie des Franciscains, 25 Rue du Croisic, 44600 Saint-Nazaire
In artistic residency in Saint Nazaire at the invitation of L'Art à l'Ouest and the Cargo festival, Massimo Siragusa stages the urban landscape of Saint-Nazaire by testifying of its past and its continuous transformations.
1 July 2022 - 16 October 2022
Ferhat Bouda – Matemale, les pieds sur terre Matemale, Pyrénées-Orientales
For this fourth edition of the photographic street exhibition "L'œil sur le montagne" led by the association Les Pieds sur Terre, Ferhat Bouda exhibits his work on the theme of the peasants of Matemale, a small village in the Pyrénées-Orientales.
24 June 2022 - 16 October 2022
David Sauveur – Hazaras, le peuple oublié d’Afghanistan Jardin anglais, 9 Rue Néel de la Vigne, 22100 Dinan, Côtes-d’Armor
David Sauveur went to Afghanistan in November 2006 with Action Contre la Faim, which has set up a humanitarian program to help the Hazaras, a Shiite minority. Seduced by David Sauveur's sensitivity and the way he reports on his experience with the Hazaras minority, the City of Dinan wished to present his work in the form of a stroll through the Jardin Anglais.
17 June 2022 - 2 October 2022
Gérard Rondeau – PORTRAITS / RÉPUBLIQUE Centre d’art LA FENETRE, 27 rue Frédéric-Peyson, 34000 Montpellier
For the art center La Fenêtre, Gérard Rondeau exhibits his portraits of great figures of the so-called applied arts such as Charlotte Perriand, Milton Glaser, Tadao Ando as well as his book "République", co-written with Raphaëlle Bacqué, a great reporter for the newspaper Le Monde, in which they retrace the history and concepts of the Republic.
15 June 2022 - 20 August 2022
Aline Diépois & Thomas Gizolme — Le diable marche avec nous Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
In the heart of the Vosges, while accompanying a friend to her father's funeral, Aline Diépois and Thomas Gizolme go to his house. They have never met this man and know very little about him. They are going to photograph this deserted place of life but still impregnated with his presence, left in state by the deceased.
10 June 2022 - 29 July 2022
Denis Dailleux — Portraits en fleurs Musée Jean Honoré Fragonard, Grasse, France
As a tribute to the Fragonard Museum's Indian year, Denis Dailleux is exhibiting some thirty photographs from his trip to India, accompanied by an olfactory experience that visitors can discover at the end of the tour.
4 June 2022 - 2 October 2022
David Sauveur – To the Last Path Festival Etonnants Voyageurs, Saint-Malo
Produced between 1999 and 2004, To the Last Path is a poetic interlude in the chaotic race of the world that David Sauveur documents for the press. Like an essential echo to his images of conflict zones, the Polaroids he collects during his meditative immersion in the historic city reveal all the singularity of Jerusalem, between fragility and radiance, suspension and the passage of time.
4 June 2022 - 6 June 2022
Jane Evelyn Atwood : Sept histoires 1976 – 2010 Printemps Photographique Pomerol, Libourne (FRANCE)
A major retrospective devoted to the Franco-American photographer Jane Evelyn Atwood, the exhibition presents thirty-five years of work, from the prostitutes of Rue des Lombards to the streets of Port au Prince.
3 June 2022 - 25 September 2022
Claudine Doury — Artek Galerie Le Lieu, Lorient (FRANCE)
Created in 1925 in Crimea, on the shores of the Black Sea, Artek, the most famous summer camp for young teenagers, symbolized the success of the communist regime. Since 1993, Claudine Doury has visited Artek four times. She looks at this vulnerable age with deep respect and fascination.
3 June 2022 - 31 July 2022
Munem Wasif – Salt Water Tears Festival Photo du Guilvinec, 29730 Guilvinec
Munem Wasif went to meet the community of Satkhira in southwest Bangladesh, a region affected by the ravages of climate change. He photographed its inhabitants, collected their testimonies, revealing the numerous problems of water supply and the risks they face on a daily basis. See his work at the Festival L'Homme et la Mer in Guilvinec.
1 June 2022 - 30 September 2022
Bernard Descamps – Natura Festival Photo La Gacilly, France
For 50 years and more, Bernard Descamps has been exploring, with poetry and in black and white, all the corners of the planet as well as all the genres of his art, imposing himself as an eternal unclassifiable and tireless traveler. In his exhibition "Natura", presented as part of the La Gacilly Photo Festival, the photographer presents his travel photographs which seem to escape time as if in a dream.
1 June 2022 - 30 September 2022
Trees – Reporters Sans Frontières et le Festival La Gacilly Photo Festival Photo La Gacilly, France
In partnership with Reporters Sans Frontières, the La Gacilly Photo Festival is exhibiting photographs from the next RSF album, which features 8 of the agency's photographers.
1 June 2022 - 30 September 2022
Raphael Neal – New Waves Festival ImageSingulières, Sète, France
From May 26 to August 14, the diptychs of the French-English Raphaël Neal, which question us on the upheavals and the contradictions linked to the climate change, will be displayed on the facade of the Centre photographique in Sète.
26 May 2022 - 14 August 2022
Frédéric Lecloux – Népal. Epiphanies du quotidien Festival Photo du Guilvinec, 29730 Guilvinec
Within the public space and through a circuit designed around the Médiathèque of Bourg-Saint-Maurice, Frédéric Lecloux exhibits his series of photographs on the contemporary issues of Nepal. Epiphanies of the everyday towards other summits, to discover or rediscover this Himalayan country with multiple facets.
13 May 2022 - 30 June 2022
Christophe Goussard et Guillaume Herbaut – Printemps Photographique de Pomerol Printemps Photographique Pomerol, Libourne (FRANCE)
Join Christophe Gousssard for his exhibition "Les autres, balade araméenne" and Guillaume Herbaut for a commented projection of his work at the Printemps Photographique de Pomerol.
6 May 2022 - 7 May 2022
Through the sensitive eye of photographer Pierre-Olivier Deschamps, the exhibition takes an artistic and documentary look at the exceptional architectural and museographic renovation that took place at Château Perrier from 2018 to 2020.
4 May 2022 - 31 October 2022
L’Oeil Urbain, festival photographique : Anne Rearick — Township Festival de l’Œil Urbain, Corbeil-Essonnes, France
"My work in South Africa came about by chance. While exploring amateur boxing in the United States and abroad, I was led to visit the Luyviso club, set up in an old house converted into a sports hall, in Khayelitsha, a Township 40 kilometers from Cape Town...". Anne Rearick's "Township" series is on display at the Corbeil-Essonnes theater for the duration of L'Oeil Urbain Festival.
1 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
Brigitte Grignet – Les jours qui restent Rencontres de la jeune photographie internationale, 79000 Niort
Brigitte Grignet, a photographer who uses a documentary approach based on personal relationships and emotion, presents her series "Les jours qui restent" (The days that remain) at the Pierre Moinot media library in Niort as part of the 26th edition of the Rencontres de la jeune photographie internationale.
1 April 2022 - 28 May 2022
Guillaume Herbaut – Ukraine, terre désirée Conseil départemental de la Haute-Garonne, 1, boulevard de la Marquette 31090 Toulouse
In solidarity with Ukraine, the Conseil départemental de la Haute-Garonne is exhibiting Guillaume Herbaut's series Ukraine, terre désirée (2002-2022) on the fences of the Hôtel du Département.
1 April 2022 - 26 April 2022
L’Oeil Urbain Festival : Rip Hopkins — Odyssée 2022 Festival de l’Œil Urbain, Corbeil-Essonnes, France
Rip Hopkins spent 15 days in Corbeil-Essonnes, for a new format of a residency in the heart of the city and with its actors: associations, municipal services, shops and places of life. He created an original photographic series, as funny and sensitive as an odyssey, exhibited on the city's billboards for the duration of L'Oeil Urbain Festival.
1 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
L’Oeil Urbain, festival photographique : Guillaume Herbaut — Terre désirée Festival de l’Œil Urbain, Corbeil-Essonnes, France
"Like the leopard-spotted contamination of Chernobyl, Ukraine is currently divided into different zones: contaminated zones, zones of war, zones of peace, like a mirror of the future of our societies." Guillaume Herbaut presents his series "Terre désirée" on Ukraine at the Commanderie Saint-Jean in Corbeil-Essonnes, during the entire duration of L'Oeil Urbain Festival.
1 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
L’Oeil Urbain, festival photographique : Darcy Padilla — The Julie Project Festival de l’Œil Urbain, Corbeil-Essonnes, France
For 18 years, Darcy Padilla followed Julie, a young woman living with AIDS. Julie's story is an intimate account of poverty, AIDS and social problems in the United States. "The Julie Project" will be screened at the Commanderie Saint-Jean throughout l'Oeil Urbain Festival.
1 April 2022 - 22 May 2022
Israel Ariño — Du crépuscule au fil de l’eau Espace culturel E.Leclerc Pau, Av. Louis Sallenave, 64000 Pau
This exhibition brings together two of Israel Ariño's major series: "La pesanteur du lieu", a dreamlike wandering capturing the emergence of things that manifest themselves in the night and "Au gré du courant", for which he followed the poetic drift along the Evre des Eaux Étroites by Julien Gracq. In his images, from dusk to dawn, the ordinary takes the place of the extraordinary.
1 April 2022 - 18 June 2022
Juan Manuel Castro Prieto — Vanitas Galerie VU, 58 rue Saint Lazare, Paris
Based on a phrase from Ecclesiastes, Vanitas vanitatum et omnia vanitas (Vanity of vanities, all is vanity), Juan Manuel Castro Prieto composes a set exploring the transience of existence, the fragility of memory and the deterioration of the territory. These photographs with a golden glow, imbued with disquieting mysteries, allow us to discover the depths of his dreams.
1 April 2022 - 21 May 2022
Guillaume Herbaut – Україна, Ukraine Géopolis, 58 rue des Tanneurs, Bruxelles (Belgique)
The Brussels photojournalism center Géopolis dedicates its new cycle of exhibitions to the Ukrainian resistance to the Russian invasion and exhibits the work of Guillaume Herbaut from March 31 to May 29, 2022.
31 March 2022 - 29 May 2022
Denis Darzacq — Reconstruction Gare routière de Bobigny, rue Pablo Picasso
The MC93 reinvents its action on the territory with the help of photographer Denis Darzacq, who wishes to document the transformation of the "heart of the city" of Bobigny. In the series "BOBIGNY 2 - Reconstruction", the photographer makes the deconstructed shopping center the theater of the mutations of the life of the youth, its interactions, its hopes and its trials in time of pandemic.
30 March 2022 - 22 May 2022
Françoise Huguier — L’Afrique Secrète Galerie Art-Z, 27 rue Keller 75011 Paris
This exhibition parallels Françoise Huguier's 1996 series "Secrètes" (Secret), produced in Burkina Faso and Mali, with her own collection of prints by the great African photographers Seydou Keita and Malick Sidibé. This long-standing friendship is presented here for the first time.
24 March 2022 - 23 April 2022
Ferhat Bouda — Photographs and Diaries Fotografie Forum Frankfurt, Braubachstraße 30–32, 60311 Frankfurt am Main
In impressive visual narratives, the photographer, himself from a Berber family, documents the life and survival of these cultures in transition. For ten years, he has photographed the daily lives of the Imazighen (“free people”), as they call themselves, across North Africa. The exhibition also features Bouda’s images of the diversity of the Frankfurt metropolis – people at religious celebrations, street demonstrations, in the middle of the main train station or the banking district.
18 March 2022 - 22 May 2022
Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt Musée de la Photographie - Centre d'art contemporain de la fédération Wallonie, Av. Paul Pastur 11, 6032 Charleroi, Belgique
The exhibition devoted to the work of Michel Vanden Eeckhoudt presents nearly 250 photographs, half of which are unpublished. Each of these images composes a small story, a chronicle of the banality that he sublimates.
29 January 2022 - 15 May 2022
Paolo Verzone — Traversées d’Europe Grilles des Jardin du Luxembourg, Rue Médicis - 75006 Paris
To celebrate the French Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2022, the exhibition Traversées d'Europe (Crossings of Europe) brings together six long-term transnational projects, six unique and original perspectives on Europe. Paolo Verzone's Cadets series will be exhibited: a project that took him across Europe to capture the portraits of cadets from the continent's greatest military academies.
20 January 2022 - 27 February 2022
Ferhat Bouda, Andrew Quilty, Cyril Zannettacci et Catalina Martin-Chico — “Surexposés”, le dérèglement climatique VU’ par Action contre la Faim Maison des Arts de Créteil, Place Salvador Allende, 94000 Créteil
Action Against Hunger has called upon four photographers from Agence VU’ to bear witness to the effect of climate change on hunger in four regions of the world.
6 January 2022 - 4 March 2022