Since its creation in 2005, Fêtart’s aim is to promote emerging photographers by giving them a debut to exhibit their work. As a springboard for their careers, the association has enabled the discovery of various talents by offering them this opportunity to enter the market of the art world. On this occasion of Circulation(s), the association’s volunteers, all passionate about photography, showcase their favorite selection of artists.
Guillaume Amat displays a series of black and white pictures, using the Nature Reserve Park of Bardenas Reales as a background. The photographer imagined photographic scenarios that play with the miniature character of this fragmented landscape. By means of miniaturized elements, he creates these realistic, strange and disturbing stages. Discover these photographs, in between reality and fiction, confusion, acceptance, and the reconsideration of reality.
Thomas Jorion photographs places, places that have been left in a state of abandon yet nevertheless remain in our minds. His work is based on our perception of time, in the way it flows and in its absence of linearity. Some places are seen as “frozen”, even while our society evolves and moves a mile a minute. Today, Thomas scours the world with one idea in mind: to seek and photograph these Timeless Islets.
If two artists could represent the phrase “United we stand”, then they would be Lucie & Simon. With “Scenes of Life,” they have chosen to alter the vantage point, displaying portraits and self-portraits in astonishing sincerity, interfering with their models’ intimacy and their everyday lives.
“Memory holes” is a series of installations shown by Julien Taylor. The artist seeks to jointly present the real object and its photographic representation. Discover his universe through his different works “Dessus de cartes sur table, “Le comptoir”, “Fool Screen” and “Sale demain”.