Photoquai 2015 - 5
Biennale des Images du Monde
Myriam Abdelaziz » Luis Arturo Aguirre » Ali Nadjian & Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh » Melba Arellano » Joana Choumali » Cooperativa Sub » Supranav Dash » Delphine Diallo » Omar Victor Diop » Juan Pablo Echeverri » Maika Elan » Faten Gaddes » Chulsu Kim » Fernando Montiel Klint » Daesung Lee » Namsa Leuba » Jannatul Mawa » Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira » Junku Nishimura » Dina Oganova » Romi Perbawa » Tatiana Plotnikova » Sarker Protick » Émilie Régnier » Aun Raza » Cecilia Reynoso » Raphaela Rosella » Stefan Ruiz » Zara Samiry » Hanif Shoaei » Nikita Shokhov » Jiehao Su » Norio Takasugi » Sameer Tawde » Mila Teshaieva » Siaka S. Traoré » Karan Vaid » Zhang Xiao » Oksana Yushko »
Exhibition: – 22 Nov 2015
Since its founding in 2007, Photoquai, the world image biennial, has become a must on the photography scene. And once again it is taking up its fundamental challenge: to acquaint the public with unknown or under-recognised artists in Europe and to trigger dialogue and visual interaction internationally.
The artistic director of this 5th Photoquai (PHQ5) is Frank Kalero. The photographers have been chosen by a team comprising Frank Kalero, six curators – Claudi Carreras (Latin America), Liza Faktor (Russian Federation), Michket Krifa (Middle East), Azu Nwagbogu (Africa), Kevin Wy Lee (Asia) and Louise Clements (International and recent developments) – and a programming committee from the musée du quai Branly chaired by Stéphane Martin, the museum president.
As a mirror of a constantly changing world, Photoquai is presenting the work of 40 photographers from the major geographic zones making up the musée du quai Branly collection. Revolving around the theme “We Are Family”, the 400 photographs chosen will be on show 24/7 for two months on the banks of the Seine facing the museum, in a presentation designed by Patrick Jouin. They make up a fresh, fascinating overview of contemporary photography.