imharperfinch:

 
Jun 30, 2013 / 11 notes
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The complete program for Les Rencontres d’Arles 2013 photography festival is now online! 50 exhibitions / 50 stages / July 1st - Sep 22nd, 2013 → www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=ARL_1024_VForm&SrvRsp=1&FRM=Frame:ARL_1131
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The Rencontres d’Arles (formerly known as the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d’Arles) is a summer photography festival founded in 1970 by Arles photographer Lucien Clergue, author Michel Tournier and historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette.

The Rencontres d’Arles’ policy of programming almost exclusively new work has earned it a world-wide reputation. In 2010, there were 73000 visitors to the festival.
The exhibitions, often co-produced with both French and foreign museums and institutions, are given on various heritage sites, suitably stage-designed for the purpose. Some sites (for example, 12th century chapels or 19th century industrial buildings) are open to the public only for the duration of the festival.
Many photographers have been discovered as a result of the Rencontres; a sure sign of the festival’s importance as a springboard for photographic and contemporary creative talent.
For its depth and reach the programme draws on the points of view of numerous specialists – around twenty each year – from different fields. Sometimes part of the programming is entrusted to an artist, examples including Martin Parr in 2004, Raymond Depardon in 2006, Arles-born couturier Christian Lacroix in 2008 and Nan Goldin in 2009.
Jun 30, 2013 / 4 notes

actualcolorsmayvary:

The complete program for Les Rencontres d’Arles 2013 photography festival is now online!
50 exhibitions / 50 stages / July 1st - Sep 22nd, 2013

www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=ARL_1024_VForm&SrvRsp=1&FRM=Frame:ARL_1131


The Rencontres d’Arles (formerly known as the Rencontres Internationales de la Photographie d’Arles) is a summer photography festival founded in 1970 by Arles photographer Lucien Clergue, author Michel Tournier and historian Jean-Maurice Rouquette.

The Rencontres d’Arles’ policy of programming almost exclusively new work has earned it a world-wide reputation. In 2010, there were 73000 visitors to the festival.

The exhibitions, often co-produced with both French and foreign museums and institutions, are given on various heritage sites, suitably stage-designed for the purpose. Some sites (for example, 12th century chapels or 19th century industrial buildings) are open to the public only for the duration of the festival.

Many photographers have been discovered as a result of the Rencontres; a sure sign of the festival’s importance as a springboard for photographic and contemporary creative talent.

For its depth and reach the programme draws on the points of view of numerous specialists – around twenty each year – from different fields. Sometimes part of the programming is entrusted to an artist, examples including Martin Parr in 2004, Raymond Depardon in 2006, Arles-born couturier Christian Lacroix in 2008 and Nan Goldin in 2009.

Jun 30, 2013 / 5 notes

instants-flottants:

La ville qui s’éveille

mistlye:

Van Gogh’s Bedroom at Arles (1889) by rjhuttondfw on Flickr.
My favorite painting By My favorite artist
Jun 30, 2013 / 1 note

mistlye:

Van Gogh’s Bedroom at Arles (1889) by rjhuttondfw on Flickr.

My favorite painting By My favorite artist

paulsolberg:

Rametuelle (2006)
photo by Paul Solberg
www.paulsolberg.com
Jun 30, 2013 / 8 notes

paulsolberg:

Rametuelle (2006)

photo by Paul Solberg

www.paulsolberg.com

ycphotographs:

by tantedilet
expired film can pleasantly surprise you
Jun 30, 2013 / 91 notes

ycphotographs:

by tantedilet

expired film can pleasantly surprise you

2headedsnake:

Adrian Velazco
Jun 30, 2013 / 662 notes

2headedsnake:

Adrian Velazco

mythologyofblue:

Kenneth Josephson, Untitled (88-4-235) - from the series Books, 1988 (via losttofind)
Jun 28, 2013 / 1,642 notes

mythologyofblue:

Kenneth Josephson, Untitled (88-4-235) - from the series Books, 1988 (via losttofind)

(via 2headedsnake)

Jun 27, 2013 / 2 notes
Jun 27, 2013 / 55 notes