FESTIVAL IMAGES 2018
VISUAL ARTS BIENNALE
Susan A. Barnett » Olivier Blanckart » Jeff Bridges » Antony Cairns » Marcos Chaves » Cristina De Middel » Bernard Demenge » Philippe Durand » Charles Fréger » Coco Fronsac » Naomi Harris » Fumiko Imano » Erik Kessels » Henry Leutwyler » Émeric Lhuisset » Olivier Lovey » Christian Marclay » Mauricio Dias & Walter Riedweg » Annette Messager » Daidō Moriyama » Frédéric Nauczyciel » Arnold Odermatt » Pierre-Philippe Hofmann & Mathias Domahidy » Cyril Porchet » Peter Puklus » Philippe Ramette » Augustin Rebetez » Jono Rotman » Jenny Rova » Pachi Santiago » SAYPE » Alexander Sorin » Angélique Stehli » Clare Strand » Lorenzo Vitturi » Marie Voignier » Erwin Wurm » Chen Xiaoyi » Martin Zimmermann »
Festival: 8 Sep – 30 Sep 2018
Sat 8 Sep 11:00 - 19:00
FESTIVAL IMAGES VEVEY - VISUAL ARTS BIENNALE
8 - 30 SEPTEMBER 2018
Opening day : saturday 8 september 2018
Visit of the exhibitions from 11 am
Festival Images Vevey takes place from 8 to 30 September 2018 in the streets of Vevey as well as at various local venues dedicated to images.
Festival Images Vevey is the first and main biennale of visual arts in Switzerland. Every two years, it presents original photographic exhibitions, outdoors in the streets and the parks of Vevey as well as indoors in unusual venues, and features collaborations with people who ensure Vevey’s status as a “City of Images” all year round.
From 8 to 30 September 2018, based on the theme Extravaganza. Out of the Ordinary, visitors will get to discover, free of charge, some sixty indoor and outdoor projects, some in monumental format, as well as the works produced thanks to Grand Prix Images Vevey 2017/2018.
By showcasing established artists next to young talent, Festival Images’ programme satisfies the curiosity of both specialists and the general public. The artistic projects on display invite visitors to experience images in a novel way through out-of-the-ordinary installations and scenography.
A feature of Festival Images Vevey is to custom design its exhibitions in order to strike the perfect balance between the works and the place in which they are exhibited, whether on museum walls, in a former prison, on monumental facades or in a disused phone booth.