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FESTIVAL IMAGES 2020

FESTIVAL IMAGES 2020

VISUAL ARTS BIENNALE - Unexpected. Le hasard des choses

Beni Bischof » Christian Boltanski » Aladin Borioli » Brodbeck & de Barbuat » Alain Bublex » Juno Calypso » Julian Charrière » Fischli & Weiss » Peter Funch » Stephen Gill » Hans Gissinger » Yann Gross » Benoît Jeannet » Lebohang Kganye » Mario Klingemann » Kensuke Koike » Jack Latham » Lei Lei » Andrea Mastrovito » Jeff Mermelstein » Gloria Oyarzabal » Kristine Potter » Robert Pufleb & Nadine Schlieper » Thomas Sauvin » Maurice Schobinger » Stephen Shore » Dayanita Singh » Matt Stuart » Batia Suter » Taiyo Onorato & Nico Krebs » Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler » Hayahisa Tomiyasu » Penelope Umbrico » Alberto Vieceli » Julius von Bismarck » & others

Festival: – 27 Sep 2020

Fondation Vevey ville d'images

Chemin du Verger 10
1800 Vevey

+41(0)21-9224854


www.images.ch

FESTIVAL IMAGES 2020
Installation of Jeff Mermelstein's canvas on the façade of the BCV building. © Emilien Itim

Festival Images Vevey
"Unexpected. Le hasard des choses"

5 – 27 September, 2020

Unexpectedly, Festival Images Vevey 2020 is on!

Images Vevey visual arts’ biennale is opening its doors today, Saturday 5 September, for three weeks filled with original and exclusive visual experiences, with some fifty custom-designed projects spread out throughout the city of Vevey, both indoors and outdoors. Enjoy this year’s theme “Unexpected. Le hasard des choses” free of charge!

This 7th Festival features exclusive endeavours by 59 artists hailing from 17 different countries to be enjoyed free of charge both indoors and outdoors from today until 27 September. Blurring the line between photography and contemporary art, Images Vevey’s biennale has the particularity of custom designing its exhibitions for the city, by seeking to strike the perfect balance between the works and the place in which they are exhibited, in unexpected and often monumental formats. As luck would have it, the weather is looking beautiful!
Opening day today!

All exhibitions, both indoors and outdoors, are accessible from 11am until 8pm today. This opening day under the sign of the unexpected also features a variety of events and performances.

FESTIVAL IMAGES 2020
Installation of Juno Calypso's canvas at the Théâtre de Verdure. © Léonard Rossi

Coronavirus
The priority for Festival Images’ organisers is to guarantee a quality artistic experience, while meeting the requirements of the current situation. A specific protection plan entitled “Touch with the eyes” will be regularly updated and applied throughout the duration of the event, in accordance with FOPH standards. Appropriate signage and specially trained staff are on site to welcome festivalgoers and ensure their visit is as enjoyable as in past years, while respecting social distancing measures. Masks are compulsory when visiting indoor exhibitions only throughout the duration of the event. These are accessible every day from 11am to 7pm. We recommend visiting exhibitions during the week to avoid peak times.


FESTIVAL IMAGES VEVEY
OPENING DAY: Saturday 5 September, from 11am to 8pm DATES: 5-27 September 2020
THEME: Unexpected. Le hasard des choses
Festival Images Vevey 2020 is placed under the patronage of Federal Councillor Alain Berset, Head of the Federal Department of Home Affairs.

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Installation of Stephen Shore's canvas on the facade of the Holdigaz building, with two truck cranes. More than 500m2! © Emilien Itim
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André Kuenzy, Blueman on tour, 1999-2020 (ongoing) © Emilien Itim
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Daido Moriyama: A tale of II Cities 4 Paris, FESTIVAL IMAGES 2018 © Mathilda Olmi
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Jono Rotman: Mongrelism Grenette, FESTIVAL IMAGES 2018 © Diana Martin
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Philippe Ramette: Promenade Irrationnelle, FESTIVAL IMAGES 2018 © Mathilda Olmi