photomeetings luxembourg 2005 - workshops lectures exhibitions
Festival: – 2 Jul 2005
7, place de la Clairefontaine
photomeetings luxembourg 2005 workshops lectures exhibitions 1st edition at the Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster (CCRN) Director: Marita Ruiter Organized by Galerie Clairefontaine from 27 June to 2 July 2005 Registration until 24 June photomeetings luxembourg 2005, Luxembourg's first photo-festival, organized by Marita Ruiter of gallery Clairefontaine, offers a wide spectrum of workshops, lectures and exhibitions: The Workshops cover techniques from the invention of photography like alternative processing to the digital techniques of today. The workshops are held by: James Nachtwey, "Images of War and War of Images" Franco Fontana, "Creativity" Rodrigo Braga, "Re-signifying photography" Pierre Gonnord, "Portrait" Marie Taillefer, "Fashion photography" Sandra Maria Petrillo, "Prussian Blue. History and practice of the cyanotype" Michel Medinger, "The argyrotype: A creative choice in contemporary photography" The Exhibitions will take place at the Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster and the Galerie Clairefontaine, Espace 1 and 2. Works of the following artists will be shown: James Nachtwey Franco Fontana Rodrigo Braga Pierre Gonnord Michel Medinger Roland Fischer Aitor Ortiz Stéphane Couturier The Lectures are: Erwin Wurm, "About a new idea of sculpture in conceptual photography" Stéphane Couturier, "Urban archaeology" Manuel Santos, "The Registrar Crisis, A review of this classic function in Contemporary Documentary Photography" Christian Caujolle, "Digital Issues" Klaus Honnef, "Paradox par excellence. Fashion and photography, a multi-faceted relationship" Peter Weibel, "The democratic promise of photography" Rolf Sachsse, "The grapes behind the curtain. From the image of the world to the original in photography" Pierre Stiwer, "The perception of Edward Steichen in Luxembourg in relation to contemporary photography" Paul di Felice, "The perception of Edward Steichen in Luxembourg in relation to contemporary photography"