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V International Festival of Photography - PhotoVisa

CLIMATE of CHANGES. Man and His Life. Family. Society. Nature.

Hoda Afshar » Lotte Fløe Christensen » Ray Cook » Patrick Gries » Simon Harsent » Maja Ingerslev » Igor Kultyishkin » Owen Leong » Mikhail Mordasov » Adam Pańczuk » Darya Pas » Svyatoslav Ponomarev » Dona Schwartz » Evgeny Shishkin » Roman Shishkov » Jan Smith » Han Sungpil » Brad Temkin » Dimitri Vyshemirsky »

Exhibition: 18 Oct – 17 Nov 2013

PhotoVisa


Krasnodar

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The opening week (the main official program) of the V International Festival of Photography PhotoVisa is scheduled for the October 2013.
This year's theme is CLIMATE of CHANGES. Man and His Life. Family. Society. Nature.

Photography tells us about the Time, being itself a reflection of stereotypes of the modern society vision, where a picture was taken, and changing the stereotypes by presenting the works of Photographers and Artists possessing the magic of discovering new dimensions of reality.

Climate is one of the most pressing and important issues of our time. Life of huge communities of people, cities and states as well as development of the whole biosystems including rivers and forests, mountains and seas, where thousands of plants are growing and millions of flying, floating, crawling and running depends on the fact – will it be colder or warmer on our planet. And among the creatures is mammals species Homo sapiens, the humans.

The global changes on the planet Earth we are witnessing today became the theme of the International Festival of photography PhotoVisa in 2013

Some of the changes are directly caused by human activities, either of entire communities or persons who sometimes change the world on their own - architects, politicians, engineers, literally changing the world we see, or, like artists, writers or journalists are changing our view of the world. A newborn child or a child leaving the shelter of parents change the climate in the family, as well as teachers and unknown heroes. Our planet is changing due to the impact of space radiation, meteorites, it is changing due to human influence, is changing over Time…

The theme of PhotoVisa 2013 is not only climate change, but the times in which we live.

The opening week
October, 18-23, 2013

Exhibition after contest of photography and projects for exhibitions PHOTOVISA 2013

MAIN EXHIBITION PROGRAM

Krasnodar. Kuban. RGAKFD (Russian State Archive of film and photodocuments)
Dedicated to 220-anniversary of Krasnodar

Fables of Change. Australian photography. Curated by Alasdair Foster

Climate of Changes
Part I. Man and His Life


Claudio Santambrogio. Germany-Italy. shadows.silence. platinotypes and light drawings

Adam Panczuk. Poland. Karczeby and Rural Actors

For Irina Tolmacheva, Krasnodar. Memorial exhibition

Climate of Changes
Part II. Family


Dona Schwartz. USA. On the Nest

Igor Kultyshkin. Russia. Van’ka’s Fairytales and Other Stories

Climate of Changes
Part III. Society


Dmitry Vyshemirsky. Russia. Post-

Marcus Lyon. Great Britain. STADIA

Marya Plotnikova. Russia – Argentina. Hinchada. Passion for Football

Climate of Changes
Part IV. Old / New Nature


Patrick Gries. France. Evolution

David Alejandro Munoz. Argentina. Llangkün, sunken place

Motonori Shimizu. Japan. Unstoppable

Jan Smith. Mexico. Ghost Town. Fukushima

AONA [The Artificial Observation of Nature Alive]. Maja Ingerslev and LOtte Floe Christiansen. Denmark. Curator Beate Cegielska

Liliana Molero. Uruguay. Presence

Gennady Meergus. Israel. Urban Crystals

Han Sungpil. Korea. Double Vision

Brad Temkin. USA. Rooftop. Second Nature


SPECIAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM.
PHOTOGRAPHY OF YOUTH
Sound and Fury. Roman Shishkov, Darya Pas, Evgeny Shishkin. Russia. Curator Elena Sukhoveeva

SPECIAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM.
WINNER OF PORTFOLIO REVIEW PHOTOVISA2012
Quiet Games. Mikhail Mordasov

SPECIAL EXHIBITION PROGRAM.
PHOTOGRAPHY IN MYSKHAKO
Svyatoslav Ponomarev. Russia. Sacred Texts of Vine


FILM and MULTIMEDIA PROGRAM

LECTURES and SEMINARS

INTERNATIONAL PORTFOLIO REVIEW