Dans le cadre des Nocturnes du Jeudi, votre invitation vous donne accès à cet événement ainsi qu’à l’ensemble des expositions : Ursula Schulz-Dornburg, Tommaso Protti et Manon Lanjouère.
Club event, Meeting Point / MEP
Meeting point #4
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The Meeting Points are a series of meetings organised by The Eyes in collaboration with the MEP to bring together different perspectives on photographic practices in all their diversity. Held four Thursday nights a year around the MEP exhibitions, the Meeting Points are designed as a lively exchange of point of views on contemporary issues. Structured around a major theme, chronicles and pastilles, each meeting point is an opportunity to develop a subject, specific to different disciplines and on an international scale.
Echoing Manon Lanjouère’s exhibition, on view until 16 February at the MEP Studio, Meeting Point #4 will question, in its “Grand Entretien”, the notion of “the scientist as the driving force behind photographic research” with artists Raphaël Dallaporta, Lewis Bush, Manon Lanjouère and Alain Fleischer, Director of Le Fresnoy.
Also to be seen, the usual appointments of the Meeting Point: the Editorial part, dedicated to the place of women photographers, – on the fringe of the restitution of the Observatory of the “Fille de la Photo” – as well as a “Coup de Coeur” that will be shared by the American photo book collector David Solo.
On the place of women photographers in France in continuation of the restitution of the observatory of girls in photography.
Focus on an exhibition / photo book by a photography expert
David Solo – Photo book collector
ENCOUNTER (IN FRENCH)
The scientist as the driving force behind photographic research
The major interview on the theme of “the scientist as the driving force behind photographic research” highlights the relationship that artists have with science and scientific heritage: a multidisciplinary dynamic animated by “the memory of lightning” by Manon Lanjouère, “the equation of time” by Raphaël Dallaporta or “algorithms and artificial intelligence” with Lewis Bush, and finally the point of view of Alain Fleischer, director of Le Fresnoy.
Manon Lanjouère, artist currently exhibited at the MEP Studio with her series, Demande à la Poussière Raphael Dallaporta, winner of the 2019 Niepce Prize
Lewis Bush, Photographer, winner of the 2019BMW residency Prize
Alain Fleischer, Fresnoy school director
with a book from the MEP collection by Manon Lanjouère
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