Biennale de l'Image Tangible #2 - BIT20 Paris
Guillaume Amat » Zoé Aubry » Camille Benarab-Lopez » Gregory Chatonsky » Nicolas Descottes » Gaëlle Foray » Beate Gütschow » Claudia Larcher » Bérénice Lefebvre » Lucas Leffler » Marie Lelouche » Camille Lévêque » Lilly Lulay » Maxime Matthys » Achim Mohné » Richard Mosse » Timothée Schelstraete » Hito Steyerl » Thierry Urbain » & others
Festival: 12 Nov – 21 Nov 2021
Fri 12 Nov 18:00
23, rue Basfroi
During a month of exhibitions and events located in the 20th arrondissement of Paris, the Biennale de l'Image Tangible presents a selection of works that tend to break free from a classic use of the photographic medium.
Whether it is looking for new supports, hybrid techniques or a new relationship to reality, this event tends to demonstrate that photography never stops inventing. In this, the Tangible Image Biennale supports the emergence of new languages and new practices related to photography : a photograph which upsets the assumptions of reality, a photograph which changes in nature, form and postulate, and which thus participates in a broadening of the field of its discipline.
The second edition of the Tangible Image Biennale focuses its calendar on the month of November 2021. It retains its roots in the 20th arrondissement, following the idea already acclaimed by the public to draw an artistic journey in eastern Paris.
Its program revolves around an exhibition curated by the organizers of the Biennale, and ten exhibitions bringing together the 31 winning artists of the call for projects (February - May 2020), selected by a jury of professionals from the world of art, image and photo. As well as an Instagram prize, an afternoon of meetings and discussions, and an in situ project in the public space.
The 2021 edition of the Biennale is the one which was to be held in 2020 but which has been postponed for health reasons.
A key exhibition / 12 - 21 November
Ten satellite exhibitions / 04 November - 05 December
An Instagram public price / 01 - 31 October
Meetings and debates on new photographic practices / November 27