A EUROPEAN FESTIVAL DEDICATED TO YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHY

// 12th edition

// 31 March to 29 May 2022

// At CENTQUATRE-PARIS

// 30 Artists of 15 different nationalities

 

The Circulation(s) festival is back for its 12th edition with a programme that reveals the vitality, creativity and diversity of emerging photography. For two months, the public will be invited to discover exhibitions presenting the work of 30 young artists from all over Europe, with a focus on the Armenian artistic scene. 

 

The singularity of the festival is to bring together the general public as well as professionals around a multiform, adventurous and innovative program that questions the boundaries between photography and contemporary art. From professional weekends centered around portfolio readings and meetings with artists, to our famous photo studios, the festival offers high points focused on discovery and sharing of experiences to gather around photography.

The Circulation(s) festival takes place at the CENTQUATRE-PARIS, a cultural place in eastern Paris, and continues in the form of tours and off-site events in France and Europe. 

A springboard for artists and a trend revelator, Circulation(s) is the place and the reflection of the European contemporary artistic ebullition and the essential meeting place for the photography of tomorrow.

Founded on the values of education and transmission around the image, Circulation(s) reiterates its ever-growing aspiration to be an approachable event of high standards, and to adapt to all with Little Circulation(s), the exhibition dedicated to kids.

Constantly reinventing itself, the commitment of the festival and the Fetart collective remains to move but also to reveal and concern around strong and committed themes. 

 

// Discover the artists 

 

Collectif Fetart 

Founder, coordinator and artistic direction

 

 

— Circulating images is also about circulating the ideas of a new generation of photographers —

Slider pics © Agnieszka Sejud // © Michalina Kacperak // © Sona Mnatsakanyan // © Rafael Heygster // © Federico Estol // © Romane Iskaria // © Diego Saldiva // © Sari Soininen // © Federico Ciamei

Pics of the scenography 2021 © Florian Bouzigues