30 Under 30 Women Photographers / 2017 Exhibit
Sep 30 – Oct 30, 2017

 

Photo Boite teams up with CultRise, Dude Magazine, King Kino, Artchivio, The ArtboxARTPIL to present:

30 UNDER 30 / WOMEN PHOTOGRAPHERS 2017
The Popping Club
Via Baccina 84, 00184 Roma, Italy

Opening Reception: September 30, 2017 / 7-10 PM
Exhibition Dates: September 30 – October 30, 2017
Closing Reception: October 30, 2017 / 7-10 PM

30 Under 30 / Women Photographers was founded by Photo Boite in 2010. Now in its eighth year with 240 photographers in its collective, the website has had over a million pages viewed.

Photo Boite has recently teamed up with ARPTIL to present the selected photographers on ARTPIL’s platform for higher visibility.

This year, for the first time, the 2017 group of 30 Under 30 / Women Photographers will be exhibiting in the gallery environment of The Popping Club in Rome.

 

THE PHOTOGRAPHERS:

Anna Larissa Araz | Leana Cagnotto | Lauren DeCicca | Imane Djamil | Elena del Estal | Claire Eggers | Camilla Ferrari | Stephanie Foden | Caroline Gutman | Julie Hascoët | Allison Hess | Erin Hoffstetter | Anne-Sophie Landou | Alice Lévêque | Lea Mandana | Marija Mandic | Sofia Masini | Katarzyna Mazur | Lou Nugues | Camilla Piana | Laly Picon | Melissa Renwick | Benedetta Ristori | Viola Di Sante | Chloe Sharrock | Adrienne Surprenant | Laure d’Utruy | Carolyn Van Houten | Eva Verbeeck | Lily Zoumpouli

 

ORGANIZED BY:

This exhibition in Rome of 30 Under 30 / Women Photographers is organized by CultRise, Dude MagazinePhoto Boite, King Kino, Artchivio, The ArtboxARTPIL, with additional jurors including individuals from Officine Fotografiche Roma and National Geographic.

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