FEP
Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography

The Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography aims to enlighten, delight, and inspire people around the world through the presentation of museum-quality photography exhibitions, publications, related online content, symposia, lectures, and other forms of educational events and materials. Founded in 2003, the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography is a non-profit organization based in Minneapolis, a city with a vibrant tradition of support for the arts. FEP has achieved substantial results in its first two decades, with its shows travelling to 35 countries on 4 continents, and with catalogues produced in many different language editions. FEP has always valued collaboration with institutions and individuals, and has worked with curators, historians, critics and educators in pursuance of its goals.

Top: Lauren Greenfield, High school seniors (from left) Lili, 17, Nicole, 18, Lauren, 18, Luna, 18, and Sam, 17, put on their makeup in front of a two-way mirror for Lauren Greenfield’s Beauty CULTure documentary, Los Angeles, 2011. © Lauren Greenfield / Main: Daniel Gordon, July 2, 2009 © Daniel Gordon
FEP
Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography

The Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography aims to enlighten, delight, and inspire people around the world through the presentation of museum-quality photography exhibitions, publications, related online content, symposia, lectures, and other forms of educational events and materials. Founded in 2003, the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography is a non-profit organization based in Minneapolis, a city with a vibrant tradition of support for the arts. FEP has achieved substantial results in its first two decades, with its shows travelling to 35 countries on 4 continents, and with catalogues produced in many different language editions. FEP has always valued collaboration with institutions and individuals, and has worked with curators, historians, critics and educators in pursuance of its goals.

Top: Lauren Greenfield, High school seniors (from left) Lili, 17, Nicole, 18, Lauren, 18, Luna, 18, and Sam, 17, put on their makeup in front of a two-way mirror for Lauren Greenfield’s Beauty CULTure documentary, Los Angeles, 2011. © Lauren Greenfield / Main: Daniel Gordon, July 2, 2009 © Daniel Gordon
  • Lydia Ourahmane: 108 Days
    Nov 28, 2023 – Apr 1, 2024
    MACBA
    Barcelona, Spain
    Like many of her projects, 108 Days relates to the artist’s immediate surroundings and engages with the social, political and experiential, while being invariably rooted in personal histories and experiences, whether individual or collective. The installations, videos, sculptures and sound works of Lydia Ourahmane address contemporary issues such as migration, colonialism and geopolitics. (more…)
  • Taysir Batniji: Disruptions
    Publication
    Loose Joints
    International
    Batniji’s disrupted images visualise both the current violence and historical repression imposed on Palestine through digitally degraded images of video calls with his family in Gaza. Palestinian artist Taysir Batniji’s diverse practice is often tinged with impermanence and fragility, drawing inspiration from his subjective experience and its relation to current events and history. (more…)