Bildhalle

Bildhalle

The gallery Bildhalle, founded by Mirjam Cavegn in 2013, deliberately takes on the responsibility of a long-standing Swiss tradition regarding photography and its distribution as an artistic medium. Thus, it represents outstanding classic and contemporary positions with the necessary consequence. bildhalle.ch
Joerg Bader

Joerg Bader

Artist, curator and critic and Centre de la Photographie Genève Director. centrephotogeneve.ch
Raphaël Biollay

Raphaël Biollay

Art Historian, Curator, Festival Images, Vevey. images.ch
Jehanne Carnal

Jehanne Carnal

Art historian specialised in photography, project manager at Théâtre Populaire Romand à La Chaux-de-Fonds.
Centre de la photographie Genève

Centre de la photographie Genève

Centre de la Photographie Genève CPG, Genève. A research laboratory since 2001, the Centre de la Photographie Genève (CPG) explores innovative forms of presenting and thinking about photography, and more specifically its implications in all fields of contemporary society. centrephotogeneve.ch
Coalmine

Coalmine

Forum for documentary photography and room for contemporary photography in Winterthur. coalmine.ch
Corinne Currat

Corinne Currat

Art historian, curator and project manager at Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne.
Marie DuPasquier

Marie DuPasquier

is a Swiss independent curator and museologist working between Berlin and Zürich. After having worked several years in institutions (Maison d’Ailleurs CH and Biel/Bienne Photography Festival CH) she is now the director of Display, space for artistic and curatorial practices, in Berlin. display-berlin.com
Festival Images, Vevey

Festival Images, Vevey

Most important visual art biennale in Switzerland, the Festival Images proposes every two year an exclusive photography exhibition concept on façades, in parks, indoor exhibitions in unusual venues, and joint ventures with people who ensure Vevey’s status as a ‘city of images’ all year round. images.ch
Fotomuseum Winterthur

Fotomuseum Winterthur

Fotomuseum Winterthur is a leading institution for the presentation and discussion of photography and visual culture. Through our exhibitions, art education, discursive formats, publications and collection, we address contemporary issues and contribute towards shaping a deeper understanding of photographic media. fotomuseum.ch
Martin Gasser

Martin Gasser

Curator, Fondation suisse pour la photographie / Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur. fotostiftung.ch
Nathalie Herschdorfer

Nathalie Herschdorfer

Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is currently Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland. She lectures at ECAL and is the author of several books on photography, all published with Thames & Hudson, London. She has also been working as a curator with the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP) for several years. Previously, she was a curator at the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, where she worked for twelve years on major exhibitions. mbal.ch
Milo Keller

Milo Keller

Professor and Head of the Photography Department at ECAL (University of Art and Design of Lausanne). He is known for his photography works in the field of architecture and design. Aside from his professional career as a photographer he has been teaching at ECAL since 2007, and became the Head of the Photography Department at ECAL in 2012 and launched the Master Photography in 2016. He often collaborates with the art director Julien Gallico for magazines and companies. milokeller.com
Olivier Lugon

Olivier Lugon

Professor in history of art, specialised in photography and exhibition scenography Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch
Victoria Mühlig

Victoria Mühlig

Victoria Mühlig is swiss art historian and a curator at the Musée d’art de Pully where she is in charge of contemporary art and photography exhibitions. She graduated in art history, cinema and journalism at the University of Lausanne. Between 2014 and 2017, she worked at the Valais art museum taking care of the Prix culturel Manor Valais as well as many other exhibitions. Secretary of near since 2015, she curated for the association a project at La nuit de l’image in 2015 and a show at the Muhlouse Biennial of photography in 2016.
Musée suisse de l’appareil photographique, Vevey

Musée suisse de l’appareil photographique, Vevey

cameramuseum.ch
Maude Oswald

Maude Oswald

Phd candidate in history of photography at Université de Lausanne. After teaching for several years, Maude Oswald studied History, History of Art and History of Cinema at the University of Lausanne (2005-2011). Her Master’s thesis, directed by Olivier Lugon, examined social documentary photography and white poverty in Appalachia. She is now working on a PhD thesis about post-Katrina photography in New Orleans under the direction of Olivier Lugon. osmaude@sunrise.ch
Virginie Otth

Virginie Otth

Photographer and teacher at CEPV, Vevey. presque-rien.net
Danaé Panchaud

Danaé Panchaud

Danaé Panchaud is a curator and lecturer specialised in photography. Trained in photography, curating and museology in Switzerland and the UK, she is currently the director of the Photoforum Pasquart in Biel, an exhibition centre dedicated to Swiss and international emerging photography, as well as a lecturer at the photography school in Vevey (CEPV).
Peter Pfrunder

Peter Pfrunder

Director,  Fondation suisse pour la photographie, Fotostiftung Schweiz,  Winterthur. fotostiftung.ch
Ariane Pollet

Ariane Pollet

Art historian, curator and Phd candidate Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch
Sascha Renner

Sascha Renner

Curator and Head of Communications at Fotostiftung Schweiz. Director of COALMINE Forum for Documentary Photography, Winterthur, Switzerland. fotostiftung.ch / coalmine.ch
Nicolas Savary

Nicolas Savary

Nicolas Savary, Photographer, teacher at Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV) Vevey. Member of the committee at Photoforum PasquArt, Bienne and standard/deluxe, Lausanne. nicolas-savary.ch
Spectrum

Spectrum

Spectrum - Photography in Switzerland now welcomes not only photo institutions, collective members but also individual members who are active in the field of collection, mediation, processing and discussion of photography in Switzerland. The association promotes communication, networking among the various individual and institutional actors, museums, galleries, collections, archives, libraries, schools, and supports contact with politics and cultural policy. Spectrum is committed to the importance of photography in Swiss culture. photography-in-switzerland.ch
Urs Stahel

Urs Stahel

Curator, writer, lecturer, adviser. Curator at MAST Foundation, Bologna. Fellow of the University of Arts, London. Adviser to the art collection of Vontobel. President of Spectrum – Photography in Switzerland.
Stefano Stoll

Stefano Stoll

Director Festival Images, Vevey. images.ch
Léonore Veya

Léonore Veya

Art historian, specialised in photography. Léonore Veya is Head of the Photography Department at the Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV), since 2008. She is art historian, and teaches contemporary arts, history of photography and image analysis. She has elaborated workshops, exhibitions and publications projects involving students in collaboration with many photographers, linked to partnerships with numerous magazines and institutions (L’Espace nonante-neuf - Présence Suisse / Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles, Le Festival Images Vevey, Le Musée de l’Elysée, Le Photoforum Pasquart, Le Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne, etc.). She has managed jointly an art gallery in Vevey and two art spaces in Lausanne dedicated to emerging artists, and is founding member of the Fondation Lausannoise pour l’Art Contemporain.
vfg vereinigung fotografischer gestalterInnen

vfg vereinigung fotografischer gestalterInnen

vfg is a Swiss association for photographers and visual artists with the aim to promote and support them in their professional fields. Among others we organize the vfg Nachwuchsförderpreis (Swiss Young Talent Award of Photography), the vfg.selection - Swiss Photo Award, vfg lectures and bildersoirées. vfg.ch
Nadine Wietlisbach

Nadine Wietlisbach

devises exhibitions, publications and other discursive and mediative formats in the fields of contemporary photography and art. She is the director of Fotomuseum Winterthur since 2018. fotomuseum.ch
Lars Willumeit

Lars Willumeit

Curator, author and art educator. Works as independent curator and head of department at Fachklasse Fotografie, F+F School for Art and Design, Zurich. Having completed degrees in Social Anthropology (LSE) and Curatorial Studies (ZHdK), his interests are in photography, documentarisms, regimes of representation and visual cultures. larswillumeit.com

Centre de la photographie Genève

Centre de la Photographie Genève CPG, Genève. A research laboratory since 2001, the Centre de la Photographie Genève (CPG) explores innovative forms of presenting and thinking about photography, and more specifically its implications in all fields of contemporary society. centrephotogeneve.ch

Coalmine

Forum for documentary photography and room for contemporary photography in Winterthur. coalmine.ch

Fotomuseum Winterthur

Fotomuseum Winterthur is a leading institution for the presentation and discussion of photography and visual culture. Through our exhibitions, art education, discursive formats, publications and collection, we address contemporary issues and contribute towards shaping a deeper understanding of photographic media. fotomuseum.ch

Milo Keller

Professor and Head of the Photography Department at ECAL (University of Art and Design of Lausanne). He is known for his photography works in the field of architecture and design. Aside from his professional career as a photographer he has been teaching at ECAL since 2007, and became the Head of the Photography Department at ECAL in 2012 and launched the Master Photography in 2016. He often collaborates with the art director Julien Gallico for magazines and companies. milokeller.com

Musée suisse de l’appareil photographique, Vevey

cameramuseum.ch

Spectrum

Spectrum - Photography in Switzerland now welcomes not only photo institutions, collective members but also individual members who are active in the field of collection, mediation, processing and discussion of photography in Switzerland. The association promotes communication, networking among the various individual and institutional actors, museums, galleries, collections, archives, libraries, schools, and supports contact with politics and cultural policy. Spectrum is committed to the importance of photography in Swiss culture. photography-in-switzerland.ch

vfg vereinigung fotografischer gestalterInnen

vfg is a Swiss association for photographers and visual artists with the aim to promote and support them in their professional fields. Among others we organize the vfg Nachwuchsförderpreis (Swiss Young Talent Award of Photography), the vfg.selection - Swiss Photo Award, vfg lectures and bildersoirées. vfg.ch

Bildhalle

The gallery Bildhalle, founded by Mirjam Cavegn in 2013, deliberately takes on the responsibility of a long-standing Swiss tradition regarding photography and its distribution as an artistic medium. Thus, it represents outstanding classic and contemporary positions with the necessary consequence. bildhalle.ch

Joerg Bader

Artist, curator and critic and Centre de la Photographie Genève Director. centrephotogeneve.ch

Raphaël Biollay

Art Historian, Curator, Festival Images, Vevey. images.ch

Corinne Currat

Art historian, curator and project manager at Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne.

Marie DuPasquier

is a Swiss independent curator and museologist working between Berlin and Zürich. After having worked several years in institutions (Maison d’Ailleurs CH and Biel/Bienne Photography Festival CH) she is now the director of Display, space for artistic and curatorial practices, in Berlin. display-berlin.com

Martin Gasser

Curator, Fondation suisse pour la photographie / Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur. fotostiftung.ch

Nathalie Herschdorfer

Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is currently Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland. She lectures at ECAL and is the author of several books on photography, all published with Thames & Hudson, London. She has also been working as a curator with the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP) for several years. Previously, she was a curator at the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, where she worked for twelve years on major exhibitions. mbal.ch

Victoria Mühlig

Victoria Mühlig is swiss art historian and a curator at the Musée d’art de Pully where she is in charge of contemporary art and photography exhibitions. She graduated in art history, cinema and journalism at the University of Lausanne. Between 2014 and 2017, she worked at the Valais art museum taking care of the Prix culturel Manor Valais as well as many other exhibitions. Secretary of near since 2015, she curated for the association a project at La nuit de l’image in 2015 and a show at the Muhlouse Biennial of photography in 2016.

Danaé Panchaud

Danaé Panchaud is a curator and lecturer specialised in photography. Trained in photography, curating and museology in Switzerland and the UK, she is currently the director of the Photoforum Pasquart in Biel, an exhibition centre dedicated to Swiss and international emerging photography, as well as a lecturer at the photography school in Vevey (CEPV).

Peter Pfrunder

Director,  Fondation suisse pour la photographie, Fotostiftung Schweiz,  Winterthur. fotostiftung.ch

Ariane Pollet

Art historian, curator and Phd candidate Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch

Sascha Renner

Curator and Head of Communications at Fotostiftung Schweiz. Director of COALMINE Forum for Documentary Photography, Winterthur, Switzerland. fotostiftung.ch / coalmine.ch

Urs Stahel

Curator, writer, lecturer, adviser. Curator at MAST Foundation, Bologna. Fellow of the University of Arts, London. Adviser to the art collection of Vontobel. President of Spectrum – Photography in Switzerland.

Stefano Stoll

Director Festival Images, Vevey. images.ch

Léonore Veya

Art historian, specialised in photography. Léonore Veya is Head of the Photography Department at the Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV), since 2008. She is art historian, and teaches contemporary arts, history of photography and image analysis. She has elaborated workshops, exhibitions and publications projects involving students in collaboration with many photographers, linked to partnerships with numerous magazines and institutions (L’Espace nonante-neuf - Présence Suisse / Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles, Le Festival Images Vevey, Le Musée de l’Elysée, Le Photoforum Pasquart, Le Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne, etc.). She has managed jointly an art gallery in Vevey and two art spaces in Lausanne dedicated to emerging artists, and is founding member of the Fondation Lausannoise pour l’Art Contemporain.

Nadine Wietlisbach

devises exhibitions, publications and other discursive and mediative formats in the fields of contemporary photography and art. She is the director of Fotomuseum Winterthur since 2018. fotomuseum.ch

Lars Willumeit

Curator, author and art educator. Works as independent curator and head of department at Fachklasse Fotografie, F+F School for Art and Design, Zurich. Having completed degrees in Social Anthropology (LSE) and Curatorial Studies (ZHdK), his interests are in photography, documentarisms, regimes of representation and visual cultures. larswillumeit.com

Bildhalle

The gallery Bildhalle, founded by Mirjam Cavegn in 2013, deliberately takes on the responsibility of a long-standing Swiss tradition regarding photography and its distribution as an artistic medium. Thus, it represents outstanding classic and contemporary positions with the necessary consequence. bildhalle.ch

Coalmine

Forum for documentary photography and room for contemporary photography in Winterthur. coalmine.ch

Milo Keller

Professor and Head of the Photography Department at ECAL (University of Art and Design of Lausanne). He is known for his photography works in the field of architecture and design. Aside from his professional career as a photographer he has been teaching at ECAL since 2007, and became the Head of the Photography Department at ECAL in 2012 and launched the Master Photography in 2016. He often collaborates with the art director Julien Gallico for magazines and companies. milokeller.com

Olivier Lugon

Professor in history of art, specialised in photography and exhibition scenography Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch

Maude Oswald

Phd candidate in history of photography at Université de Lausanne. After teaching for several years, Maude Oswald studied History, History of Art and History of Cinema at the University of Lausanne (2005-2011). Her Master’s thesis, directed by Olivier Lugon, examined social documentary photography and white poverty in Appalachia. She is now working on a PhD thesis about post-Katrina photography in New Orleans under the direction of Olivier Lugon. osmaude@sunrise.ch

Virginie Otth

Photographer and teacher at CEPV, Vevey. presque-rien.net

Nicolas Savary

Nicolas Savary, Photographer, teacher at Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV) Vevey. Member of the committee at Photoforum PasquArt, Bienne and standard/deluxe, Lausanne. nicolas-savary.ch

Léonore Veya

Art historian, specialised in photography. Léonore Veya is Head of the Photography Department at the Centre d’enseignement professionnel de Vevey (CEPV), since 2008. She is art historian, and teaches contemporary arts, history of photography and image analysis. She has elaborated workshops, exhibitions and publications projects involving students in collaboration with many photographers, linked to partnerships with numerous magazines and institutions (L’Espace nonante-neuf - Présence Suisse / Rencontres de la photographie d’Arles, Le Festival Images Vevey, Le Musée de l’Elysée, Le Photoforum Pasquart, Le Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne, etc.). She has managed jointly an art gallery in Vevey and two art spaces in Lausanne dedicated to emerging artists, and is founding member of the Fondation Lausannoise pour l’Art Contemporain.

Raphaël Biollay

Art Historian, Curator, Festival Images, Vevey. images.ch

Jehanne Carnal

Art historian specialised in photography, project manager at Théâtre Populaire Romand à La Chaux-de-Fonds.

Corinne Currat

Art historian, curator and project manager at Fondation de l’Hermitage, Lausanne.

Marie DuPasquier

is a Swiss independent curator and museologist working between Berlin and Zürich. After having worked several years in institutions (Maison d’Ailleurs CH and Biel/Bienne Photography Festival CH) she is now the director of Display, space for artistic and curatorial practices, in Berlin. display-berlin.com

Nathalie Herschdorfer

Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Nathalie Herschdorfer is a curator and art historian specializing in the history of photography. She is currently Director of the Museum of Fine Arts, Le Locle, Switzerland. She lectures at ECAL and is the author of several books on photography, all published with Thames & Hudson, London. She has also been working as a curator with the Foundation for the Exhibition of Photography (FEP) for several years. Previously, she was a curator at the Musée de l’Elysée in Lausanne, where she worked for twelve years on major exhibitions. mbal.ch

Olivier Lugon

Professor in history of art, specialised in photography and exhibition scenography Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch

Victoria Mühlig

Victoria Mühlig is swiss art historian and a curator at the Musée d’art de Pully where she is in charge of contemporary art and photography exhibitions. She graduated in art history, cinema and journalism at the University of Lausanne. Between 2014 and 2017, she worked at the Valais art museum taking care of the Prix culturel Manor Valais as well as many other exhibitions. Secretary of near since 2015, she curated for the association a project at La nuit de l’image in 2015 and a show at the Muhlouse Biennial of photography in 2016.

Maude Oswald

Phd candidate in history of photography at Université de Lausanne. After teaching for several years, Maude Oswald studied History, History of Art and History of Cinema at the University of Lausanne (2005-2011). Her Master’s thesis, directed by Olivier Lugon, examined social documentary photography and white poverty in Appalachia. She is now working on a PhD thesis about post-Katrina photography in New Orleans under the direction of Olivier Lugon. osmaude@sunrise.ch

Ariane Pollet

Art historian, curator and Phd candidate Université de Lausanne, UNIL. unil.ch

Festival Images, Vevey

Most important visual art biennale in Switzerland, the Festival Images proposes every two year an exclusive photography exhibition concept on façades, in parks, indoor exhibitions in unusual venues, and joint ventures with people who ensure Vevey’s status as a ‘city of images’ all year round. images.ch