Edition 2023



Amnesty International × MYOP

Ed Alcock (1974), Guillaume Binet (1973), Julien Daniel (1970), Agnès Dherbeys (1976), Marie Dorigny (1959), Laurence Geai (1984), Pierre Hybre (1959), Olivier Jobard (1970), Alain Keler (1945), France Keyser (1970), Oan Kim (1974), Olivier Laban-Mattei (1977), Stéphane Lagoutte (1973), Jean Larive (1969), Ulrich Lebeuf (1972), Zen Lefort (1993), Pascal Maitre (1955), Olivier Monge (1974), Julien Pebrel (1983), Chloé Sharrock (1992), Adrienne Surprenant (1992), and Michel Slomka (1986).

MYOP takes over a former hotel for the summer, turning it into a space for dialog; there, photographers share an ethical, political, and poetic vision of the world. Their manifesto? An injunction to see what is around us and an invitation to exercise our rights.

Côté Jardin, in response to a carte blanche invitation by Amnesty International, MYOP presents an iconography of demonstrations around the world. An exhibition like a collective roar, reminding us that demonstrating is a right that protects all others.

Côté Printemps—echoing the energy of the crowd—photographers take us into the intimacy of encounters, foregrounding the personalities embodying a combat, ordinary citizens who push the envelope, anonymous figures who endure the injustice of the world and impel us to act.

The two sides of this exhibition share the same impulse, that of commitment, and the same throughline, the courage to change.
  • Institutional partners

    • République Française
    • Région Provence Alpes Côté d'Azur
    • Département des Bouches du Rhône
    • Arles
    • Le Centre des monuments nationaux est heureux de soutenir les Rencontres de la Photographie d’Arles en accueillant des expositions dans l’abbaye de Montmajour
  • Main partners

    • Fondation LUMA
    • BMW
    • SNCF
    • Kering
  • Media partners

    • Arte
    • Lci
    • Konbini
    • Le Point
    • Madame Figaro
    • France Culture