The Institut pour la Photographie presents EN QUÊTE: ten new exhibitions reveal how photography contributes to developing a different view of current events, history or a territory.
EN QUÊTE features ten new exhibitions along with workshops and events organized around the theme of photographic investigation, which reveal the ways in which photography contributes to developing new perspectives on current events, history, or a part of the world.
This new season of exhibitions highlights the Institut’s work in the region, and reaffirms our engagement with contemporary creation, through the exhibition of international agency MAPS, the production of the latest photographic series by Frédéric Cornu, and three carte blanches given to the regional centres of photography: the CRP/ in Douchy-les-Mines, Diaphane in Clermont-de-l’Oise and Destin Sensible in Mons-en-Baroeul.
Mascarades et Carnavals
Motifs, From Archive to Work: Carnaval de Dunkerque, 1980–2020
Chaplin and The Great Dictator
Given Data, MAPS Agency
Ilanit Illouz, Carte Blanche with the CRP/
Serge Clément, Carte Blanche with Diaphane
Bertrand Meunier, Carte Blanche with Destin Sensible
Frédéric Cornu, Waterline
Philémon Vanorlé, Monumentu
If I were…, A photographic collection, a participatory exhibition
Opening weekend: September 10–13, 2020