Révélation(s) – Portfolio plateforme – Luxembourg 2015 est un événement où artistes émergents et experts de photographie contemporaine se rencontrent. Créé par Café-Crème Asbl et l’Université du Luxembourg dans le cadre du Mois européen de la Photographie au Luxembourg 2015, la première édition a opté pour une sélection restreinte d’artistes-photographes qui pourront présenter leur travail.
Le groupe des experts est composé de Thomas Licek, directeur de Eyes On et ...
The European Month of Photography in Luxembourg will have its official opening between April 22 and April 25 with five major venues. On April 22, the EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY ARENDT AWARD will be awarded to the winner of the short list (Marcell Esterházy, Tatiana Lecomte, Andreas Mühe, Borut Peterlin, Lina Scheynius). On April 23, MNHA (Musée national d’Histoire et d’Art) will host the major exhibition with 9 artists from the Memory Lab selection (Antoine d’Agata, Bettina Rheims, Silvio Galassi, Andreas Mühe, Vee Speers, Adrien Pezennec, Lina Scheynius, Erwin Olaf, Gábor Gerhes); Cercle Cité – the most central location possible – will host works by Attila Floszman, Tatiana Lecomte, Henning Rogge, Tania Boukal, Sarah Schoenfeld, and Jonthan Olley.
The “European Month of Photography” network is proud to announce the shortlist of the “EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY ARENDT AWARD”. This award is granted every second year to one visual artist who is part of the common exhibitions that the network is curating throughout Europe. The “EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY ARENDT AWARD” is sponsored by Arendt & Medernach, the leading independent business law firm in Luxembourg with offices in Dubai, Hong Kong, London, Moscow and New York.F...
In November 2014, the Hungarian Month of Photography 2014 festival opened for the tenth time in order to direct the audience’s attention to photography, especially to contemporary photographs by the means of several interesting exhibitions and programs. That year the festival also participated in the activity related to the European Photo Months. Budapest is a member of the “European Month of Photography network since 2012 ”.
Café-Crème is proud to announce a special issue on European Photography published at the occasion of its thirty years of existence with articles of its past collaborators and past and present curators of the European Month of Photography Network and/or curators of exhibitions it helped organize. The publication deals with photography in major European countries from the Eighties till today.
27/11/2014 Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster
Photography from the 80s Until Now:
Evolutionary Perspective on Aesthetics and Institutional Challenges