ATELIER ARCHIPEL EN ARLES
This exhibition presents work by Laura Jonneskindt, including her Espace vital (Living Space) project, and Marc Limousin, notably the photo installations of Ondes de rives.
8 rue des douaniers.
NICOLAS LEBLANC, BORN SOMEWHERE
Les photographies du jeune artiste Nicolas Leblanc participent d’un engagement social contre les exclusions ou les migrations par défaut, et s’intéressent à la vie des gens qui survivent d’activités modestes
Maison-Galerie L’atelier du midi, 1 rue du Sauvage.
Fulgurances has created six ‘Mystery Dinners’ at a secret venue. Guests will meet at 8.00pm at the Magasin de Jouets; from there they will be guided to their secret soirée.
SOROPTIMIST, THE CHILD FROM ZERO TO TEN
The exhibition will include a competition and is supported by the Global Action for Childhood programm. These will be officially awarded in the presence of a judging panel of professional photographers and personalities.
Arles Women’s Association, place du Sauvage.
4 juillet – 18 septembre
OPEN AIR GALLERY
Taken by Emmanuel Bénard and local residents as part of the CUCS workshops organised by the City of Arles Cultural Affairs Department in association with SEMPA, these photographs point up the way people see their locality.
On the walls in the Griffeuille neighbourhood
4 July–18 September
MICHAEL ROBERTS « SHOT IN SICILY » AND « GALERIE HUIT OPEN SALON »
Shot in Sicily gives us Michael Roberts’ point of view on Sicily, its men, tradition, landscapes, through the prism of his eye, as a photographer and fashion amateur. This show presents 20 years of work and the changes in his way of looking at the universes, both sensual and ambiguous.
Galerie Huit, 8 rue de la Calade.
The community association Thalassinos, dedicated to culture in all its forms, presents Errance (‘Wanderings’) with Haris Diamantidis, winner of the first prize for travel photography at the Rencontres d’Arles in 1981.
20 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville, 2 and 34 rue de la République <www.harisdiamandis.com>
1 July –18 September
IAN ABELA « ESPRIT HAUTE COUTURE »
Photographe professionnel depuis plus de dix ans, Ian Abela s’est spécialisé dans la photographie de mode et de beauté. Il a fait campagne dans le monde entier et le voici qui présente son travail sur la Haute Couture à Arles.
Barreme, 3 rue Barreme.
5 July–18 September
In the desecrated Montmajour abbey, Erik Nussbicker excavates through his art the latente sacredness of the place. Un giant hourglass made of silk, as high as the building, hosts thousands of flies that fly and go back in time...
Abbaye de Montmajour, Route de Fontvieille.
Auction sale of photographs, all proceeds to the Cinematheque in Tangier.
Garage of the Grand Hotel Nord-Pinus, rue du Docteur Fanton.
4 June–18 September
This exhibition presents 100 piaces of the artist’s work on the aftermath of Tiananmen.
5 rue Vernon.
1 July–18 September
Working on the boundary between science and art, Charlotte Charbonnel offers innovative installations whose mix of video, sculpture and sound supplements aesthetics with mechanics, electronics and IT. Closed Mondays.
2 – 24 July
Serge Assier presents, this time, his work on the city of Marseille, a preview of the future European Capital of Culture in 2013. This exhibition is a commission for the Transport company of Marseille.
Maison de la vie Associative d’Arles, 2 boulevard des Lices.
2 July–18 September
Five artists offer their point of view on mankind and on the city using different techniques, all linked to photography : Matthias Olmeta Ambrotypes, Guillaume Chamahian Film-photographique, Reeve Schumacher Dessins / Polaroïds / Tableaux, M Lafille Vidéo, Lucy Luce Jewelry.
Galerie L’HOSTE art contemporain, 7 rue de l’Hoste.
ASPHODELE « ARLES/VIEWS »
The Asphodèle association, in its project Space for Art presents photographies taken by great artists who have been in Arles during the last years (Antoni Muntadas, Joan Fontcuberta, Bernard Plossu, Philippe Durand, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Corinne Mercadier and many others...).
5 rue Réattu.
5 July–16 September
JORDI CUXART « HOMMAGE TO GAUDI AND JUJOL »
Jordi Cuxart, exhibited in 2009, présents this time his work of Gaudi and Jujol in Barcelona. Both architects, born in the end of the 19th century, have changed Spanish architecture considerably. Their work became what is called ‘‘Catalan modernism’’ or ‘‘Catalan architectural rebirth’’, being compared to Le Corbusier or Mallet Stevens’ one.
Galerie Circa, 2 Rue de la Roquette.
5 July–17 September
The Fetart association and Gens d’Images présent the co-laureates of the second édition of ‘’Entrevues ‘’, the european photography compétition: Maia Flore et Adrian Woods. Opening night on the Wednesday 6th of July at 18 pm.
Magasin de jouets, 19 Rue Jouvène <www.fetart.org
2 July-2 October
YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHERS: ON THE COUNTERTOP
An exhibition and a screening. Sabine Delcour and Sophie Zénon présent seven young photographers, Audrey Armand, Marie Maurel de Maillé, Julie Pradier, Emilie Reynaud, Marie Sommer, Stéphanie Tétu, Emilie Vialet, working on a collective project with the help of Jane-Evelyn Atwood, Michael Kenna, Bernard Plossu, John Davies...
2 rue Jouvène, place Honoré Clair <www.atraverslepaysage.com>
4 July–18 September
The gallery is presenting four exhibitions: Photography Open Salon 2011—Transience; Bordello by Vee Spears; Solitary by Vanja Karas, L’Été dangereux by Jean-Claude Sauer.
Galerie Huit, 8 rue de la Calade.
ARTCOURTVIDÉO / LABO
ArtcourtVidéo, the video shorts festival in Arles is showing a selection of shorts in association with the Sauve Qui Peut le Court festival in Clermont-Ferrand. The screening will be part of La Roquette Night, from 10 pm to 2 am. The actual festival will run from 17–23 October 2011.
Quartier de la Roquette, Arles <www.artcourtvideo.com>
7 July-17 August
APART—FESTIVAL OF CONTEMPORARY ART
This year the festival will take place over six weeks, with more than 50 artists: site-specific works, performances, residencies, workshops, debates.
Les Alpilles <http://www.festival-apart.com>