Archives for ‘Unveiling’

Unveiling — Some of the photographers from Québec


Jocelyne Alloucherie is presenting Dévoniennes (Devonians) in New Richmond, a series of photographs taken during her artist residency in the Gaspé in 2012. By way of complex configurations, her work conceptually and poetically explores notions relative to image, object and place. In 2012, Louis Couturier and Jacky George Lafargue spent ten days exploring the Murdochville copper mine and photographing that astonishing landscape. In Murdochville and Bonaventure they are presenting, under…


Unveiling — Some of the international photographers


The winner of numerous awards, including the World Press Photo in 2005 and 2010, Michael Wolf, a German native residing in Hong-Kong, is exhibiting photos from his Tokyo Compression project in Marsoui, portraits of people pressed against Tokyo subway windows. In the same municipality, Evgenia Arbugaeva, from Russia, presents the project Tiksi, which was carried out in her home town, a former Soviet military base, now abandoned. Her images speak…


Unveiling — Québec-France collaborations


Its interest in offering new creation and dissemination platforms for artists has led Rencontres internationales de la photographie en Gaspésie to partner with Promenades photographiques de Vendôme, in France :: In the context of that collaboration, Tendance Floue (a French collective) will be presenting Carrefour 0 h 00 GMT (0:00 GMT Intersection) at the Centre d’artistes Vaste et Vague in Carleton-sur-Mer, a video installation using 10 screens and projectors: 10 looks, 10 esthetics, of 10 cities around…


Announcement of the programming – June 4, 2013

4th Edition – Summer 2013 :: EXHIBITS AND INSTALLATIONS – July 10 to September 11 :: Outdoors and indoors, everywhere in the Gaspé :: – Over 900 photos – 31 photographers from Québec and elsewhere, recognized or emerging – 20 activities in the presence of photographers – 26 sites and attractions in 14 host municipalities


Rencontres de la photographie: Burtynsky, Szilasi and Lindsay in Gaspé


Guillaume Pelletier, Laurie Pelletier Brochu, Claire Robichaud and Simon Pelletier, Baie-des-Sables, 2011. ©Gabor Szilasi These past 12 years, celebrated photographer Edward Burtynsky has traveled the world to take stock of the production, distribution and use of oil. His in-depth exploration, spread out over a number of themes, probes the “life cycle” of this essential fuel. “We are drawn by desire – a chance at good living,” states the photographer, “yet…