GUIDED EXHIBITION TOURS

During opening week, photographers and curators present the works to the public.

Then, from July 11 to September 25, visitors can take every day a 90-minute guided exhibition tour by a team of mediators – a sensible, technical and interactive way to enjoy the festival.

Free for pass holders.

JULY 11 → AUGUST 28
10:30 → NOON
CENTER-CITY/PLACE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE TOUR
DEPARTURE: TICKET OFFICE/PLACE DE LA RÉPUBLIQUE
Includes three of the following exhibitions:
— Babette Mangolte, Capturing Movements in Space.
— Bettina Grossman, Bettina. A Poem of Perpetual Renewal.
To Heal a World.
— Sathish Kumar, Town Boy.
— Arash Hanaei and Morad Montazami, Suburban Hauntology.
— Bruno Serralongue, Water Protectors.

2:30 → 4 PM
CENTER-CITY/FANTON TOUR
DEPARTURE: FESTIVAL OFFICE, COUR FANTON
Includes three of the following exhibitions:
2022 Louis Roederer Discovery Award.
— Ritual Inhabitual, Geometric forests. Struggles on Mapuche Land.
— Noémie Goudal, Phoenix.
— Lee Miller, Professional Photographer (1932–1945).
— Romain Urhausen, In His Time.

5 → 6:30 PM
CROISIÈRE AND PARC DES ATELIERS TOUR
DEPARTURE: CROISIÈRE
Includes three of the following exhibitions:
A Feminist Avant-Garde.
— Frida Orupabo, How Fast Shall We Sing.
— Sandra Brewster, Blur.
If a Tree Falls in a Forest.
— Julien Lombardi, The Land Where The Sun Was Born.
— Léa Habourdin, Images-Forests: Worlds in Expansion.

AUGUST 29 → SEPTEMBER 25
10:30 → NOON
CROISIÈRE AND PARC DES ATELIERS TOUR
DEPARTURE: CROISIÈRE
Includes three of the following exhibitions:
A Feminist Avant-Garde.
— Frida Orupabo, How Fast Shall We Sing.
— Sandra Brewster, Blur.
— If a Tree Falls in a Forest.
— Julien Lombardi, The Land Where The Sun Was Born.
— Léa Habourdin, Images-Forests: Worlds in Expansion.

4:30 → 6 PM
CENTER-CITY/FANTON TOUR
DEPARTURE: FESTIVAL OFFICE, COUR FANTON
Includes three of the following exhibitions:
— Babette Mangolte, Capturing Movements in Space.
— To Heal a World.
— Sathish Kumar, Town Boy.
— Arash Hanaei and Morad Montazami, Suburban Hauntology.
— Ritual Inhabitual, Geometric forests. Struggles on Mapuche Land.
— Lee Miller, Professional Photographer (1932–1945).
— Romain Urhausen, In His Time.

More information at box offices and on the website rencontres-arles.com.
  • 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
    • Pernot Ricard
    • Kering
  • Media partners

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