Festival Circulation(s)

Amaral&Barthes. For Joseph Kosuth. From the series ‘If you please…. Draw me an egg!’, 2016
© Amaral&Barthes Ulysse&Darcoe. From the series ‘Fleur Viande’
© Ulysse&Darcoe Corentin Fohlen. From the ‘Morne аux Cabris’ series, 2012–2013
© Corentin Fohlen Patrick Willocq. The Art of Survival. 'The Mountain Journey' – Nyarugusu Camp, Tanzania. The Art of Survival, 2016
© Patrick Willocq Cyril Porchet. From the ‘Crowd’ series, 2011-2014
© Cyril Porchet Guillaume Amat. From the ‘Open spaces’ series, 2012-2015
© Guillaume Amat Eric Pillot. Giraffe and light. From the series ‘In Situ’, 2012
© Eric Pillot Olivia Lavergne. From the series ‘Jungles’, 2013
© Olivia Lavergne EPECTASE. La prise de conscience (22 mai 2013. Rue du Blamont, Mesnil d'Argences. France). From the ‘Le Philosophe’ series
© EPECTASE Vilma Pimenoff. Untitled #4. From the series ‘21st. Century Still Life’, 2015
© Vilma Pimenoff Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi. The stairs. From the series ‘HUIS-CLOS’, 2010
© Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi. HUIS-CLOS. The blanket, 2011
© Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi Camille Sonally. From the series ‘News from Nowhere’, 2015-2016
© Camille Sonally Yoann Cimier. From the series ‘NOMAD’S LAND’, 2011-2014
© Yoann Cimier Laurent Kronental. From the series ‘SOUVENIR D'UN FUTUR’, 2011-2017 Melissa Boucher & Marine de la Loge. From the series ‘Sonnette’, 2014-2015
© Melissa Boucher & Marine de la Loge Guillaume Martial. From the series ‘LE MODULOR’, 2014
© Guillaume Martial David Fathi. From the series ‘Anecdotal’, 2015
© David Fathi Marcus Moller Bitsch. From the series ‘Dreams’, 2015
© Marcus Moller Bernard Demenge. From the series ‘Tête à gif’, 2015-2016
© Bernard Demenge Romain Laurent. One Loop Portrait, 2013-2017
© Romain Laurent François Beaurain. Les villas, 2015
© François Beaurain Nicolas Marchand. Intermittences, 2016 © Nicolas Marchand

Amaral&Barthes. For Joseph Kosuth. From the series ‘If you please…. Draw me an egg!’, 2016 © Amaral&Barthes

Ulysse&Darcoe. From the series ‘Fleur Viande’ © Ulysse&Darcoe

Corentin Fohlen. From the ‘Morne аux Cabris’ series, 2012–2013 © Corentin Fohlen

Patrick Willocq. The Art of Survival. 'The Mountain Journey' – Nyarugusu Camp, Tanzania. The Art of Survival, 2016 © Patrick Willocq

Cyril Porchet. From the ‘Crowd’ series, 2011-2014 © Cyril Porchet

Guillaume Amat. From the ‘Open spaces’ series, 2012-2015 © Guillaume Amat

Eric Pillot. Giraffe and light. From the series ‘In Situ’, 2012 © Eric Pillot

Olivia Lavergne. From the series ‘Jungles’, 2013 © Olivia Lavergne

EPECTASE. La prise de conscience (22 mai 2013. Rue du Blamont, Mesnil d'Argences. France). From the ‘Le Philosophe’ series © EPECTASE

Vilma Pimenoff. Untitled #4. From the series ‘21st. Century Still Life’, 2015 © Vilma Pimenoff

Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi. The stairs. From the series ‘HUIS-CLOS’, 2010 © Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi

Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi. HUIS-CLOS. The blanket, 2011 © Amélie Chassary & Lucie Belarbi

Camille Sonally. From the series ‘News from Nowhere’, 2015-2016 © Camille Sonally

Yoann Cimier. From the series ‘NOMAD’S LAND’, 2011-2014 © Yoann Cimier

Laurent Kronental. From the series ‘SOUVENIR D'UN FUTUR’, 2011-2017

Melissa Boucher & Marine de la Loge. From the series ‘Sonnette’, 2014-2015 © Melissa Boucher & Marine de la Loge

Guillaume Martial. From the series ‘LE MODULOR’, 2014 © Guillaume Martial

David Fathi. From the series ‘Anecdotal’, 2015 © David Fathi

Marcus Moller Bitsch. From the series ‘Dreams’, 2015 © Marcus Moller

Bernard Demenge. From the series ‘Tête à gif’, 2015-2016 © Bernard Demenge

Romain Laurent. One Loop Portrait, 2013-2017 © Romain Laurent

François Beaurain. Les villas, 2015 © François Beaurain

Nicolas Marchand. Intermittences, 2016 © Nicolas Marchand

Moscow, 10.IV.2017—9.V.2017

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Central exhibition hall Manege

1, Manege Square (show map)
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Curators: Marion Hislen, Anna Zaitseva

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The organisers of the festival strive to show the diversity of photographic practices existing in Europe and aim at the discovery of new talents. Circulation(s) is a project to support young photographers that was specially created in 2005 by the non-profit organisation Fetart.
The first Circulation(s) festival held in Paris in 2011 brought together 225 young artists and attracted more than 250,000 spectators keen to see their work. The festival, which is both a springboard for young photographers and a living creative laboratory, now occupies a special place in the French and international photographic scene, drawing the attention of an ever wider audience. Many of its participants then become laureates of prestigious world photographic awards. Highly praised by experts and professionals, today the Circulation(s) festival is a key source of information on photographers that are just beginning their career.
Since 2014 the festival has been held in the famous cultural centre CENTQUATRE-Paris, annually hosting more than 500,000 visitors. In addition to the exhibition in Paris, the Circulation(s) festival organises a number of international shows every year in cooperation with foreign partners: the Belfast Photo Festival in Ireland, the International Biennale of Photography and Visual Arts (BIP) in Liège (Belgium), the International Photography Festival Encontros Da Imagem in Braga (Portugal), the Format Festival (UK), the Festival of European Photography in Reggio nel Emilia (Italy) and the Photo Festival in Lodz (Poland). This year the Multimedia Art Museum, Moscow, joined the partners of this festival.
The curator of MAMM has examined the work of festival participants over the last few years and chosen the best projects from 27 artists, which are now shown in the expanded version at the Moscow exhibition. Young artists reflect on the world that surrounds us, and the events taking place around us. Some projects are a reflection on the history of art, some turn to social problems, while others analyse the nature of the absurd and banal, the natural and artificial, in an attempt to define the fine line between them.
Participants in the exhibition within the framework of the festival Fashion and Style in Photography 2017 include: Melissa Boucher and Marine de la Loge, Ulysse and Darcoe (Ulysse Payet and Isaora Le Jeannic), Vilma Pimenoff, Camille Sonally, Amaral and Barthes, Amélie Chassary and Lucie Belarbi, Corentin Fohlen, Guillaume Martial, Patrick Willocq, Cyril Porchet, Guillaume Amat, Yoann Cimier; Eric Pillot, Olivia Lavergne, Laurent Kronental, EPECTASE (Corentin Fohlen and Jérôme von Zilw); David Fathi, Marcus Moller Bitsch, Bernard Demenge, Romain Laurent, François Beaurain and Nicolas Marchand.

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FetArt Festival Circulation(s)

With the support of

Embassy of France L’Institut Français

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Panasonic ARTE


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