For seventeen days, you’ll be able to see thirty-six exhibitions in eight institutions, five cultural centres, ninenteen galeries, two bookshops and one curiosity shop! In total, sixty photographers are ready for you to discover…
Our neighbourhood will be full of photography for the next two weeks (and a half), with numerous exhibitions and events!
Often, the photos are being shown in places that we really love. For instance, you can see the work of David Fathi Les Morts Gouvernent Les Vivants at the Maison Auguste Comte (that we visited for you very recently), there’s Aujourd’hui. Eugène Delacroix by Daniel Blaufuks at the Delacroix Museum (check out our visit here), and Mac Adams & Patrick Hourcade Deux photographes chez Rodin at the Rodin Museum (our visit is here).
If we had to choose just one exhibition out of the all, we’d probably go for the series called One And A Half Meter by Peter Puklus, which shows the private spaces of his acquaintances and friends. It’s on at the Galerie Folia (here), which is open Tuesday-Friday from 1-7pm, and Saturdays from 11am.
– the Prix Carmignac photojournalism prize,
– Photobook Week at Shakespeare & Co. from 6th-11th November,
– the Polycopies independent book sale on the Concorde Atlantique boat moored on the Sein, from 7th-10th November
– a salon called a ppr oc he from 9th-11th November, presenting artists who use the photographic medium in their work…
There are also a lot of conferences and informal talks. To check out the diary of all the events on offer, click here.
Photo Saint-Germain is on in our neighbourhood from 7th – 24th November 2018