Maison Photo
Lille, France

La Maison de la Photographie is a visual arts center hosting art exhibitions, cultural debates, and events year-round, and aims at regularly hosting exhibitions of contemporary artists to benefit the region. In addition, La Maison de la Photographie regularly hosts screenings and workshops for students and aspiring artists, commissions young photographers, and participates in regional cultural fairs, such as Lille3000 and la Capitale Regional de la Culture.

Olivier Culmann
Maison Photo
Lille, France

La Maison de la Photographie is a visual arts center hosting art exhibitions, cultural debates, and events year-round, and aims at regularly hosting exhibitions of contemporary artists to benefit the region. In addition, La Maison de la Photographie regularly hosts screenings and workshops for students and aspiring artists, commissions young photographers, and participates in regional cultural fairs, such as Lille3000 and la Capitale Regional de la Culture.

Antanas Sutkus

Zahrin Kahlo

Irving Penn

Lisa De Boeck & Marilene Coolens

Rim Battal

Vladimir Birgus
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