Compared to the many established photo festivals in France, Le Rendez-vous photographique de Vichy, which opened on June 14, is a newborn. The event, devoted entirely to portraits, lasts all summer long, and features the work of eight international photographers: Jérôme Bonnet, Dorothée Smith, Denis Rouvre, Pascal Aimar, Liu Bolin, Sarah Moon, Vanessa Winship and Sylvie Meunier. This year’s festival line-up was selected by Fany Dupéchez, artistic director and curator of the exhibition, director of the Centre Culturel Valery-Larbaud Karim Boulhaya, and Deputy Mayor of the City of Vichy Charlotte Benoit.
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