Evening Screenings: July 2nd: Hiroshi Sugimoto
Born in Tokyo in 1948, Hiroshi Sugimoto moved to the United States in 1970 to study photography. A multi-disciplinary artist, Sugimoto works in photography, sculpture, installation, and architecture. His art bridges Eastern and Western ideologies while examining the nature of time, perception, and the origins of consciousness.
In the context of the photography workshops it runs, the Rencontres d’Arles organises screening-encounters once a week from 8 July to 17 August.
These open-air evenings, unfolding in a convivial atmosphere in the heart of Arles, bring together the photographers who devise the various workshops. These special moments allow the audience to discover the photographers’ work and careers, as well as their approach to, and their vision of photography, through slide screenings and through question-and-answer sessions.
Free admission depending on availability of seats.
Tuesday 9 July, from 10.15 pm
ARNO RAFAEL MINKKINEN / DOROTHÉE SMITH / JONATHAN TORGOVNIK / JEAN-CHRISTIAN BOURCART
Wednesday 17 July, from 10.15 pm
HELLEN VAN MEENE / KLAVDIJ SLUBAN / DIANA LUI / ANTOINE D’AGATA
Wednesday 24 July, from 10.15 pm
DARCY PADILLA / TINA MERANDON / VINCENT FOURNIER / PIERRE DE VALLOMBREUSE
Wednesday 31 July, from 10.00 pm
JÉROME BONNET / LAURENT MONLAÜ / GREGOIRE KORGANOW
Wednesday 7 August, from 10.00 pm
ELENE USDIN / CHRISTOPHER MORRIS / CHRISTIAN CAUJOLLE / LUDOVIC CAREME
Wednesday 14 August, from 10.00 pm
LÉA CRESPI / JEAN-CHRISTOPHE BÉCHET / PHILIPPE GUIONIE / LAURENCE LEBLANC
[via Arles Photographie]