Photoquai

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Photoquai artistic partners

Like in 2007, Photoquai brings together, for this second edition, artistic partners from across Paris, from the hill of Chaillot to the Marais area, to draw out a panorama of contemporary photographic creation in the world.

Along the Seine river which links them together, the partners will be presenting exhibitions which will create networks of strength, lateral relationships and echoes with the selection of 50 photographers whose work is on display on the riverbanks, opposite the musée du quai Branly.

Choice of works by the artistic partners of Photoquai 

The Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Japanese Cultural Centre are together honouring Asia, with a presentation of the video work of the Thai artist Apichatpong Weerasethakul (MAMVP), and a panorama of the younger
generation of photographers and video makers in Japan. (MCJP).

The Instituto Cultural de México, the Canadian Cultural Centre and the Bendana-Pinel gallery will be showing the work of photographers from the American continent.
La Monnaie de Paris and the Baudoin Lebon gallery will be honouring Iranian photography with a panorama of the last 30 years of photography in Iran at the Monnaie de Paris and an exhibition by Shadi Ghadirian at the Baudoin Lebon gallery.

Oceania is represented by the Australian Embassy through an exhibition entitled Phantasia.

 

Australian Embassy

september22 - december 18
Magdalena Bors, Mark Kimber, Andrew Mamo, Alexia Sinclair and Simon Strong, Phantasia

Bibliothèque nationale de France

october 13 - january 24 2010
Michael Kenna, Rétrospective

Canadian Cultural Centre

september 23 - january 29 2010
Arthur Renwick, Adrian Stimson and Jeff Thoma, Unmasking

Baudoin Lebon gallery 

september 12 - october 10 
Shadi Ghadirian, exposition

Bendana-Pinel Contemporary Art gallery 

septembre 12 - october 24 
Norton MazaLe délire des sages

november 7 - december 23 
Pablo Hare and Alejandra Laviada and Cinthia Marcelle, exposition

Instituto Cultural de México

september 18 - november 7  
Umbrales/Seuils

Japanese Cultural Centre in Paris

october 14 - january 23 2010 
Takeshi Dodo, Naoki Ishikawa, Toshiya Momose, Sayuri Naito, Kôji Onaka et Hiraki Sawa, Voyages

Monnaie de Paris

november 6 - december 20 
Iran 1979 – 2009 : entre l’espoir et le chaos, 30 ans de photographie documentaire iranienne

Musée d’Art moderne de la Ville de Paris / ARC 

october 1 - january 3 2010
Apichatpong Weerasethakul : Primitive

Within the framework of the Photoquai event, two schools will be presenting work by their students of the theme of Regards croisés :

  • Arles National Photography School at the musée du quai Branly, from 22/09/09 to 22/11/09
  • Ecole Spéciale d’Architecture, from 6/10/09 to 6/11/09