HIGHLIGHTS OF THE EXHIBITION
GENEVA – LA CHAUX DE FONDS
A collaboration between Geneva and the town of La Chaux-de-fonds.
This exhibition at the Alhambra big hall features an exchange of images between photographers of the two cities – focusing on themes such as the impact of natural disasters on populations, religion, war and the status of women.
The city library proposes various workshops, while the gallery: Images de Marque will display images of the Chaplin family.
The Maison Tavel will feature the history of the photography in the Romande area, while the Société de Lecture – will showcase portraits of great authors and other famous personalities.
L’Association Espace JB offers a festival with the theme LOVE in the magnificent industrial Arcoop building: The so-called Arcoop Wall Project, which entails images being displayed on the walls of this building.
The images will range from the 60s till today.
The selection of images chosen for this expo features the history of portrait photography and its democratizing role through rich heritage collections of Geneva.
MEG – Exposition hall.
To coincide with the 30th anniversary of the International Convention of the Rights of the Child, the Musee de l’Elysée will present: ‘Enfance rêvée’ (Dream childhood) by featuring work from their historical collections.
A second exhibition in the same venue will feature a project which involves youngsters entitled Enfants Reporters. It will showcase works by these young photographers.
UNIGE Exhibition hall
ZOOM SUR LES GENEVOIS
Nine local photographers have been chosen to represent the creativity of the local photography scene and their work will be presented at the Temple de Plainpalais and in the Alhambra Foyer.
There are also a series of exposition openings not to be missed, includin:
On Saturday, 21st September from 18h-20h30 in front of the University Bastions – the opening night of the biennale and of the installation Metamorphosis by Mathieu Bernard-Reymond, who will be present. This exhibition is held in partnership with the Collectif 1m83.
On the 27th September at Ports Francs: the expo Medicine Tree by Lucas Olivet, lauréat of the 2018 Geneva city photographic bursary. The artist will be present during the event.
For the full list of events, visit the nophoto website shown below.
21 sept – 5 oct 2019
Free opening night Saturday 28th September from 2pm – 1am
BUY THE CATALOG
PS. All the photographs displayed during the No’Photo Biennale have been collected in a catalog which will be on sale during the Nocturne of 28th September at the Alhambra for only CHF5.