Voies Off Festival / 23rd Edition
Jul 2 – Sep 23, 2018

Stephanie Gengotti

Since 1996, right in the midst of the Rencontres d’Arles festival, every first full week in July, Voies Off Festival offers an alternative program (exhibitions, projections, portfolio reviews, professional panel discussions) to a new generation of artists and photographers. Since its inception Voies Off has made a commitment to help young creators. The actions and goals of its program are designed to help and sponsor young fine-art photographers, to display and promote their works with the highest quality, and in the best manner possible.

 

Georges Pacheco

Anastasia Samoylova

Roger Grasas

Alexandra Serrano

Exhibitions of the Voies Off Festival

Visit the 2018 fringe festival of Les Rencontres d’Arles during the entire summer, and discover hundreds of photographic exhibitions. Throughout the summer, a hundred exhibitions are held throughout the city of Arles. The access is free for everybody. Through the publication of a reference leaflet program, Voies Off unites all of these events that constitute the #VoiesOff2018 Festival: exhibitions, installations, happenings, book signings. Voies Off is not the organizer of these events, but proposes to highlight them in our program and to support the organization of the events. This come to offer festival-goers a rich journey, walking among the various districts of the city of Arles.

 

Simone Tramonte

David Uzochukwu

Nicolas Henry

Vladimir Vasilev

Screening Nights

Discover the best of the young international photographic creation. Each evening during the first full week in July, Voies Off Festival offers free Screening Nights under the starry sky of the Cour de l’Archevêché in Arles. It is a unique opportunity for the best works of a new generation of photographers to be seen: 60 artists, selected among 2,100 applications from all over the world. Considered by specialists from the world of photography as a place to discover new talents, Voies Off Screening Nights have revealed, among other renowned artists: Antoine d’Agata, Vincent Debanne, Charles Fréger, Olivier Metzger, Mohamed Bourouissa.

 

Guillaume Hebert

Jacques Aurelien Brun / Lucie Khahoutian

Riza Erdegirmenci

Patricia Combacal / Samir Tlatli

Yorgos Yatromanolakis

Portfolio Reviews

Meet an international network of over 120 experts. Voies Off offers personalized support to young photographers by organizing more than 1,600 portfolio reviews: individual meetings of 20 minutes between photographers and professionals of contemporary photography. Art critics, publishers, gallerists, iconographers, directors of festivals, members of collectives, and agencies. For the reviewers, it is one of the best way to prepare future programming and to discover new talent: many of whom are looking for new collaborations.

[via voies-off.com]

Voies Off Festival / 23rd Edition
Emerging Photographies in Arles
July 2 – September 23, 2018 / Arles
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ARTPIL / Prescription .149
A total solar eclipse occurs today with its path of totality traversing North America, starting over Mexico, crossing through...
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From devastating conflicts and political upheaval to the climate crisis and the safe passage of migrants, the award-winning works...
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Tracing methods typical of conceptual art, of performance and participatory art, Stefanelli seems to welcome the lesson of De...
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Dislocations presents a contemporary update of Alex Webb’s long out-of-print 1998 book by the same name first published by...
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David van Dartel: This Time Tomorrow
Mar 7 – Apr 26, 2024
David van Dartel, acclaimed Dutch Artist, presents a curated selection of his first two captivating and exceptionally successful series,...
+
BAM Winter/Spring 2024
Jan 15 – Jun 9, 2024
Experience the power of artistic community with BAM’s program. As bands play, dancers whirl, voices raise, and audience members...
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Truth Told Slant: Contemporary Photography
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This exhibition will feature the work of five photographers who take unique approaches to documentary photography that challenge the...
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International Women’s Day / 2024
Artpil / Prescription .148
Founded over 100 years ago evolving through various names and dates, this fulcrum of women’s rights...
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