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Exhibitions at FotoFest

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FotoFest 2018 Biennial

FotoFest 2018 Biennial

INDIA - Contemporary Photography and New Media Art

10 Mar – 22 Apr 2018
The FotoFest 2018 Biennial, March 10 – April 22, 2018, is dedicated to INDIA: Contemporary Photographic and New Media Art. FotoFest 2018 speaks to a number of contemporary issues in India including gender and sexuality, land rights conflict, the environment, human settlement and migration, and caste and class divisions. The participating artists are from India and the global Indian diaspora.

Organized by Lead Curator Sunil Gupta and FotoFest Executive Director Steven Evans, FotoFest 2018 … more

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FOTOFEST 2012 BIENNIAL

FOTOFEST 2012 BIENNIAL

CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN PHOTOGRAPHY Late 1940s - 2012

16 Mar – 29 Apr 2012
These exhibitions will challenge expectations and open the door to surprising encounters with Russian photographic art. They bring visibility to creative directions in Russian visual art that have been largely invisible to the outside world.Fred Baldwin, FotoFest Chairman and Co-founderWith a population of 143 million people, Russia spans two continents and nine time zones, while its citizens speak 28 languages. It is a global powerhouse fitfully engaged with capitalism, consumerism and an ongoi… more

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Contemporary Danish Photography

Contemporary Danish Photography

1 Feb – 11 Mar 2007
Contemporary mixed-media work by thirty-nine of Denmark's best-known photographic artists.

Some of the strongest contemporary photography in Europe today is coming from Denmark. The works are very diverse—video, landscape, narrative, portrait, painted, and urban images, revealing an aesthetic that is very different from what is produced in the U.S. today. The exhibition was curated by Daniel Strong of the Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Iowa, in collaboration with Andrew Daneman, Northe… more

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Carlos & Miguel Vargas

City of night

City of night

The Vargas Brothers Studio
Arequipa, Peru 1912-1930

30 Nov 2006 – 20 Jan 2007
From the Belle Èpoque through the 1920s, a booming economy, a wealth of new ideas and a fascination with European styles and silent films transformed the city of Arequipa, high in Peru’s Atacama Desert, into an oasis of cosmopolitan culture. This was the heyday of the Estudio de Arte Vargas Hermanos, which quickly became a focal point of cultural life in this picturesque colonial city, 400 miles south of Lima.

City of Night is the first in-dept retrospective of the extraordinary work of Carl… more

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Native Sons

Native Sons

12 Oct – 19 Nov 2006
Native Sons, is a new exhibit created by FotoFest and takes an ironic, often humorous look at contemporary life in the Lone Star State. It is the second exhibition of the Inter-Biennial series, TALENT IN TEXAS, focusing on Texas-based artists and their work.

The exhibition presents very diverse photo-based work by six emerging Texas artists in Houston, Dallas and Austin. The Houston-based artists are Chuy Benitez, Young-Min Kang and Brian Piana. Max Kazemzadeh works in Dallas and Denton. … more

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FOTOFEST 2006 - The Earth

FOTOFEST 2006 - The Earth

The Eleventh International Biennial of Photography and Photo-related Art

10 Mar – 23 Apr 2006
FotoFest is curating and commissioning 20 exhibitions around dual themes: The Earth and Artists Responding to Violence. The Earth continues and expands the FotoFest 2004 exploration of Water, combining conceptual and figurative interpretations of earth through artistic expression, science, and public policy. Artists Responding to Violence is a separate but connected theme to The Earth. Human-created violence, from war to the household, is omni-present and ubiquitous. It is not only threatening … more

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FOTOFEST 2006 - Artists Responding to Violence

FOTOFEST 2006 - Artists Responding to Violence

The Eleventh International Biennial of Photography and Photo-related Art

10 Mar – 23 Apr 2006
FotoFest is curating and commissioning 20 exhibitions around dual themes: The Earth and Artists Responding to Violence. The Earth continues and expands the FotoFest 2004 exploration of Water, combining conceptual and figurative interpretations of earth through artistic expression, science, and public policy. Artists Responding to Violence is a separate but connected theme to The Earth. Human-created violence, from war to the household, is omni-present and ubiquitous. It is not only threatening … more

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FOTOFEST 2006 - Discoveries of the Meeting Place

FOTOFEST 2006 - Discoveries of the Meeting Place

10 Mar – 23 Apr 2006
FotoFest is curating and commissioning 20 exhibitions around dual themes: The Earth and Artists Responding to Violence. The Earth continues and expands the FotoFest 2004 exploration of Water, combining conceptual and figurative interpretations of earth through artistic expression, science, and public policy. Artists Responding to Violence is a separate but connected theme to The Earth. Human-created violence, from war to the household, is omni-present and ubiquitous. It is not only threatening … more