Nathalie Herschdorfer is currently the director of the Musée des Beaux-Arts in Locle, Switzerland. As curator of Circulation(s), she gave carte blanche to four young photographers from Spain, the Ukraine, Switzerland and the Netherlands. What she presents us with is an evolving Europe, and different visions of today’s youth: from Ukrainian photographer Ola Lanko’s snapshot portraits to Spaniard Danès Savi’s work on the emptiness of relationships in a frozen town, from the colorful folk gatherings shot by Swiss photographer Cyril Porchet to the diptychs from the series Tokyo Tokyo by the Dutch artist duo Wassinklundgren.
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