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Festival de photographie Alt.+1000


Experience the 6th edition of the Alt. +1000 photography festival in a beautiful landscape!

At the end of the summer, the Alt. +1000 photography festival presents its 6th edition in the Neuchâtel Mountains. For nearly four weeks, the works of contemporary, Swiss and international photographers will be exhibited, including Yuri Andries, Douglas Mandry, Simone Kappeler, Catherine Leutenegger, Cyril Porchet, Thomas Flechtner, Brigitte Lustenberger and Olga Cafiero.

On the occasion of this new edition, entirely dedicated to nature and spread over three sites between Le Locle and the Vallée de La Brévine, more than 60 artists will present their work. Two open-air meanderings will be offered in the La Brévine Valley, on the shores of the bucolic Lac des Taillères as well as on the gentle slopes of a meadow overlooking the village of La Brévine at a place called Chobert. The third is that of the famous MBAL, the Museum of Fine Arts in Le Locle, renowned for its photography program.

Intended for art lovers wishing to spend a day in the countryside, families and nature lovers, these photographic walks invite festival-goers to discover the work of contemporary artists in the heart of the Jura landscapes.

After the success achieved in 2019 (more than 10,000 visitors over 3 weeks), the Alt. +1000 photography festival will welcome you from August 29 to September 20 in a majestic, real and photographed nature!


About Alt. +1000

Founded in 2008 in the small village of Rossinière by Fanny and Louis Paschoud, the Alt. + 1000 festival has been taking place since its creation in a magnificent landscape at an altitude of a thousand meters. Mountain photography is the DNA of the festival which brings together the works of contemporary photographers who all deal with the theme of nature and landscape. After four editions in Pays-d’Enhaut (canton of Vaud), Alt. +1000 continues its adventure in 2019 in the canton of Neuchâtel.


Festival de photographie Alt.+1000

August 29 to September 20, 2021


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