The call for applications for the 13th edition in 2023 is open!
Apply from Sunday 29 May to Sunday 24 July 2022 at midnight.
Each year, the Circulation(s) festival presents a panorama of emerging European photographic creation. Its programme is partly organised around a call for applications from all photographers, without any age or training criteria. From the applications received, the artistic committee of the Fetart collective establishes a selection of about fifteen artists who will be exhibited during the 2023 edition.
From this year on, the call for applications for the Circulation(s) festival opens with an early bird rate, reduced by half compared to the full rate, which is also reduced. The Fetart collective wishes to make the festival more and more accessible to everyone throughout Europe, and will continue this significant step for an associative economy like its own.
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30 Artists of 15 different nationalities // 2000 sqm of exhibition space
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.
Founder, coordinator and artistic direction
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