Festival Circulation(s) / 2020
March 14 – May 10, 2020

Tamara Eckhardt

The Circulation(s) festival was launched by Fetart, an association created in 2005 that promotes young photographers. About 50 volunteers are gathered around Fetart and the Circulation(s) festival.

Their dynamism and team spirit unveil another face of contemporary art and bring a real dialogue with the public. Both open to all and rigorous, the Circulation(s) festival is about professionalism and passion.

 

Liboska & Solarski

Liboska & Solarski

Arnaud Moro

Liboska & Solarski

Felix von der Osten

Circulation(s) is the festival dedicated to emerging photography in Europe. Each year, at Le Centquatre – Paris and satellite sites in France and abroad, it reveals the vitality of young creation and speaks for the diversity of photographic expressions through unique exhibitions and events. A stepping stone for artists, a prospective and innovative laboratory of contemporary creativity, Circulation(s) has become, over the past 10 years, a must-attend photography event and a trend revelator. Since its inception in 2011, the festival has exhibited over 382 artists and attracted over 300,000 visitors with an ever-growing aspiration to be an approachable event of high standards. The tenth anniversary edition will take place from March 14 – May 10, 2020.

 

Cyrille Robin

Ioanna Sakellaraki

Anne Geene and Arjan de Nooy

Maxime Franch

Nathalie Déposé

This special edition will present: 300 artworks, 45 artists, 39 projects, 16 nationalities, performances, events and surprises over 2,000 square meters of exhibition space.

The program is based on the jury’s selection of 30 artists who entered the international call for applications (between 800 and 1000 applications received every year). Then about 15 artists are invited, as well as a European gallery and a European school of photography. For the first time, the Circulation(s) festival is glad to be part of the French Institute 2019 cultural season that honors Romania, and invites 4 young Romanian artists to be exposed during the exposition.

 

Pavel Grabchikov

Schore Mehrdju

Tamara Eckhardt

Chiara Avagliano

Henrike Stahl

Anne Geene and Arjan de Nooy

Vincent Levrat

Located in the 19th arrondissement, Le Centquatre – Paris is a space for residencies, production and promotion for the public and artists from all over the world. Conceived by its director José-Manuel Gonçalvès as a collaborative artistic platform, it enables access to all of today’s arts, through a program that is resolutely popular, contemporary and challenging. As an atypical living area lined with shops, it also offers spaces for free artistic practice and spaces for infants. For the start-ups that are part of its business accelerator, it forms a unique territory for experimentation, at the crossroads of art and innovation.

 

Circulation(s)
Festival of Young European Photography
2020 / 10th edition
March 14 – May 10, 2020 / Le Centquatre – Paris
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