For the first time, the festival will be a traveling one, meaning, it will be launched in Tel Aviv and will be travelling to 3-4 peripheral sites /cities around Israel during 2020-2021 for additional exposure, value and affect.
From november 5th 2020 to March 5th 2021
Group show with : Olivo Barbieri, Antonio Biasiucci, Silvia Camporesi, Mario Cresci, Paola De Pietri, Ilaria Ferretti, Guido Guidi, Francesco Iodice, Andrea Jemolo, Allegra Martin, Walter Niedermayr, George Tatge
Paola de Pietri presents a new series of photographs showing a deserted Italy during the lock down.
Du 6 novembre 2020 au 10 janvier 2021
Laia Abril’s On Rape exhibition continues its roaming at the Fotografiemuseum in Amsterdam from November 6 to January 10. In March 2020, Laia Abril won the fourteenth Foam Paul Huf Award for her long-term project A History of Misogyny.
Laia Abril’s exhibition On Rape is the second chapter of her project A History of Misogyny. It expands her ongoing visual archive of the systemic control of women’s bodies across time and cultures.
“By scrutinizing, conceptualizing and visualizing diverse miscarriages of justice across historical regulations, toxic dynamics and victims’ testimonies, the project aims to call out the institutional rape culture prevalent in societies around de world. I’m looking at rape by exploring how concepts of myths, power, and law, relate to the constructions of the notion of masculinity and sexual violence.”
From November 13th 2020 to January 3rd 2021
On the occasion of the five-year anniversary of the attacks of November 13, 2015, in Paris and Saint-Denis, the association 13onze15 – Fraternité & Vérité, created by victims and families of victims, chose Laura Serani to curate an outdoor photography exhibition. Produced in partnership with the City of Paris and the XIth district town hall, this exhibition brings together 42 artists (French and international) who were present in Paris that day.