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Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017

Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017

Ali Nadjian & Ramyar Manouchehrzadeh » Wimo Ambala Bajang » Carlos Ayesta & Guillaume Bression » Ricardo Cases » Federico Clavarino » Gohar Dashti » Wu Ding » CAI Dongdong » Yoshikatsu Fujii » Lara Gasparotto » Shadi Ghadirian » Sarah Mei Herman » Bahman Jalali » Abbas Kiarostami » Abbas Kowsari » Feng Li » Alejandro Marote » Guy Martin » Guy Martin » Joel Meyerowitz » Mehran Mohajer » Óscar Monzón » Tahmineh Monzavi » Chad Moore » Mathieu Pernot » Ruang MES 56 » Max Sher » Sina Shiri » Liu Silin (Céline) » Sheida Soleimani  » Michele Tagliaferri » Newsha Tavakolian » Sadegh Tirafkan » Wang Tuo » Wu Xihuang & Dai Lei » WANG Wusheng » SUN Yanchu » & others

Festival: 25 Nov 2017 – 3 Jan 2018

Jimei X Arles: East West Encounters

301 of No.467, XIn Ling Wan Road
Xiamen

Jimei X Arles: East West Encounters

301 of No.467, XIn Ling Wan Road
Xiamen

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Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival was created in 2015 in Xiamen by Sam Stourdzé, the director of Rencontres d’Arles, and Chinese photographer RongRong, founder of Three Shadows Photography Art Centre (Beijing and Xiamen). The festival features international artists selected from Rencontres d’Arles alongside Chinese and Asian photography talents, and has attracted more than 100,000 visitors since its inception.

Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
© RUANG MES 56, BEYOND US
Wimo Ambala Bajang
Julia wants to be successful
High Hopes series
2010
3 "Greetings from Indonesia" exhibitions

The 2017 festival will boast the works of more than 250 artists from the United States, France, Iran, Spain, the Netherlands, Indonesia, and of course China. The festival’s aim of providing a platform for new Chinese photography has once again been re-affirmed with several exhibitions showcasing young Chinese photographers and curators.

The 40 exhibitions of 2017 Jimei x Arles attest to the diversity of photographic approaches and practices, and will include:


Jimei x Arles aims at strengthening its role as a platform for photography in Asia. Along with the exhibition program, a number of events are organized for photography professionals, art lovers and the public during the Opening Week (November 25-28): Photobook Station, PhotoFolio Reviews, public discussions about photography, the ‘Arles Night of the Year’ screenings, university lectures, performances, and exhibition tours guided by artists and curators.

Aside from the Jimei x Arles Discovery Award, the festival has created this year a special prize rewarding a woman photographer: the Jimei x Arles – Madame Figaro China Women Photographers Award, co-organized with women's magazine Madame Figaro, with the support of Women in Motion, an international programme launched in 2015 by luxury group Kering to showcase the contribution of women to the film and image industry.

With two main sites in Xiamen’s Jimei District and several other sites in the city, the festival aims to connect and animate separated cultural areas and spaces, to relay and promulgate different art forms through the city.

Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
Wang Wusheng, "S79"
1991/1999, Gelatin Silver Print 59×39.4cm
From the collection of Wang Wusheng
Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
Sina Shiri
Silent Side
Neishabour, Iran, September 2015
Iran: Year 38 with 66 Iranian photographers
Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
Guy Martin
Istanbul, 2013
Courtesy of the artist and nineteensixtyeight gallery
The Parallele State by New Discovery Award Nominee – Guy Martin (presented by nineteensixtyeight Gallery)
Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
WINNER OF THE JIMEI X ARLES DISCOVERY AWARD Silin Liu: I'm everywhere
Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017
Wang Tuo, Addicted 2017
Single channel 4K video, color, sound 16min 33sec
To be an image maker (curated by He Jing)