More and more photographers are questioning the relationship between man and his environment, from symbiosis to his responsibility in the destruction of the planet. Several exhibitions at the Rencontres Photographiques d’Arles address this subject this summer. Detail review.
“Forest Images: Expanding Worlds”. Cruise. From July 4 to September 25.
“When I’m sad, I take a train to Happiness Valley.” Cruise. From July 4 to September 25.
In the heart of Mexico, Wirikuta is a land of legend. It is in this desert that the Huichol Indians indeed make a pilgrimage celebrating the birth of the Sun and of fire. This wild territory has aroused all desires since the Spanish conquest. Julien Lombardi restores the magic of the place with the help of photos, videos and installations. An immersion from which one emerges rich in ethnological, archaeological and biological knowledge.
“The Earth where the Sun was born”. Cruise. From July 4 to September 25.
“Geometric Forests. Struggles in Mapuche territory”. Chapel of Saint-Martin du Méjan. From July 4 to September 25.
“Phoenix”. Trinitarian Church. From July 4 to August 28.
“Wow”. Church of the Friars-Preachers. From July 4 to August 28.
“The Guardians of the Water”. The summer garden. From July 4 to September 25.
“Sandra Rocha and Perrine Géliot”. Saint-Luce Commandery. From July 4 to September 25. https://www.rencontres-arles.com/