January 20, 2017

Photojournalism Now - Friday Round Up 20 January, 2017

This week on Photojournalism Now: Friday Round Up,  it's all about Circulation(s) a festival in Paris designed to promote young European photographers. 

Special Feature:
Circulation(s) - Festival of Young European Photography

Le Damas des autres © Poline Harbali

Now in its seventh year, the 2017 jury for Circulation(s) received more than 800 entries from which 25 artists were selected. There is also a program of invited artists. The Festival is held at the CENTQUATRE-PARIS, a residency and production space for artists from around the world. This vibrant cultural centre attracts more than 500,000 visitors a year.

I think it's interesting to look at the styles young photographers are engaging with and while I don't personally like all of these images, they do demonstrate the diversity in subject matter and approach.

Following the Paris showing, Circulation(s) will hit the festival circuit with projections shown in Ireland, Belgium, Portugal, UK, Italy and Poland. It’s great exposure for these young artists. Circulation(s) is a project by Fetart, a nonprofit created in 2005 to promote young photographers.

Opens 21st January until 5th March

Ibaba © Marie Moroni

Sparks © Wiktoria Wojciechowska

In your place © Ludovica Bastianini

Kwei Yih © Zhen Shi 

Lingering Ghosts © Sam Ivin

Even This will pass © Aida Silvestri

Home Again © Thodoris Papadakis

A couple of them © Johanna Benaïnous & Elsa Parra

Skateboarding Tehran © Mathias Zwick

Nothing Personal © Yiannis Pantelidis

Veteran © Sasha Maslov

Je suis morte à Auschwitz et personne ne le voit © Brétin Frédérique

Oxymoron © Kostis Argyriadis

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