Fotomuseum Winterthur, 23.01. - 25.01.2015
Les artistes et photographes émergents présentent leurs portfolios
Le week-end du 23 au 25 janvier a lieu la neuvième plate-forme organisée par le Fotomuseum Winterthur. Ses directeurs, Duncan Forbes et Thomas Seelig, ont invités 42 photographes, choisis parmi les 150 nominés, pour leur permettre de présenter publiquement leur portfolio et de se confronter à un panel d'experts internationaux. Cette plate-forme permet aux professionnels, tels que les curateurs, galeristes, éditeurs ou photographes, de rencontrer personnellement les jeunes talents et de découvrir leur travail.
Prière de voir le programme détaillé ci-dessous.
Emerging artists and photographers present their portfolios
The ninth curated international portfolio viewing featuring young emerging European photographers will be held on the weekend of 23 to 25 January 2015. Under the new direction of Duncan Forbes and Thomas Seelig, Fotomuseum Winterthur has invited 42 photographers to present their work for two hours to the public and a selected team of experts. The participants have been chosen from among some 150 nominated photographers. Plat(t)form 2015 is aimed at professionals such as curators, gallery owners, publishers, editors and photographers. At the same time the event offers interested visitors an opportunity of discovering the work of young photographers and artists and of meeting them in person.
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PHOTOGRAPHERS AND ARTISTS PLAT(T)FORM 2015
Yvan Alvarez (CH), Magdalena Baranya (CH), Fabrizio Bellomo (IT), Petter Berg (SE), Osman Bozkurt (TR), Giliane Cachin & Benoît Jeannet (CH), Alessandro Calabrese (IT), Philippine Chaumont & Agathe Zaerpour (FR/CH), Alicja Dobrucka (PL), Lisa Domin (DE), ED (Sterre Sprengers, Ola Lanko & Nikki Brormann (NL), Pauline Fargue (FR), Alberto Feijóo (ES), Teresa Giannico (IT), Samuel Gratacap (FR), Antje Guenther (DE), Kerstin Hamilton (SE), Ina Hengstler (DE), Jan Hoek (NL), Daniel Hofer (DE), Aapo Huhta (FI), Nikolai Ishchuk (UK), Tamara Janes (CH), Taisuke Koyama (JP/UK), Tina Lechner (AT), Douglas Mandry (CH), Theresa Martinat (DE), Georg Petermichl (AT), Magdalena Pilko (AT), Joanna Piotrowska (PL), Jan Rosseel (BE), Cheryl Schurgers (NL), Anika Schwarzlose (DE), Jean-Vincent Simonet (CH), The Cool Couple (Niccolò Benetton & Simone Santilli, IT), Danila Tkachenko (RU), Anastasia Tsayder (RU), Erik Viklund (SE), Saana Wang (FI), Christina Werner (AT), Bruno Zhu (PT), Myriam Ziehli (CH)
© Alessandro Calabrese, de la série Die Deutsche Punkinvasion, 2013
Saturday, 24 January 2015, 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sunday, 25 January 2015, 11 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The weekend begins on Friday evening: the experts introduce their work with photography in short lectures and presentations. On Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. the photographers present themselves to the audience. Groups of six photographers show their portfolios for two hours respectively in the exhibition spaces of the Fotomuseum Winterthur. On Saturday evening, photographers and experts, curators, publishers, editors, collectors, gallerists, and the interested public meet in the museum’s bistro George for a public dinner.
Friday, 23 January 2015, 7.30 p.m. - 9 p.m. : The experts present themselves
The invited experts will each give a 20 minutes presentation on their work in the field of photography and their passion for the medium. The curators who were invited by the Swiss Arts Council Pro Helvetia will also be introduced to the public.
Saturday, 24 January 2015, 8 p.m. - midnight : Portfolio viewing and dinner party
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Giliane Cachin & Benoît Jeannet (CH), Alberto Feijóo (ES), Daniel Hofer (DE), Taisuke Koyama (JP/UK), Jan Rosseel (BE), Danila Tkachenko (RU)
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Magdalena Baranya (CH), Samuel Gratacap (FR), Anika Schwarzlose (DE), The Cool Couple (Niccolò Benetton & Simone Santilli, IT), Erik Viklund (SE), Bruno Zhu (PT)
3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Osman Bozkurt (TR), ED (Sterre Sprengers, Ola Lanko & Nikki Brormann, NL), Teresa Giannico (IT), Nikolai Ishchuk (UK), Jean-Vincent Simonet (FR), Christina Werner (AT)
5 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Yvan Alvarez (CH), Alicja Dobrucka (PL), Lisa Domin (DE), Kerstin Hamilton (SE), Jan Hoek (NL), Aapo Huhta (FI)
Sunday, 25 January 2015 : Portfolio viewing
11 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Antje Guenther (DE), Douglas Mandry (CH), Magdalena Pilko (AT), Joanna Piotrowska (PL), Cheryl Schurgers (NL), Saana Wang (FI)
1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Fabrizio Bellomo (IT), Philippine Chaumont & Agathe Zaerpour (FR/CH), Tamara Janes (CH), Tina Lechner (AT), Theresa Martinat (DE), Anastasia Tsayder (RU)
3 p.m. - 5 p.m.
Petter Berg (SE), Alessandro Calabrese (IT), Pauline Fargue (FR), Ina Hengstler (DE), Georg Petermichl (AT), Myriam Ziehli (CH)
© Anika Schwarzlose, de la série Disguise and deception : a mimetic exchange of strategies for make believe, 2014
, photographer, Johannesburg;
, Stead Bureau, The Hague;
, collector, Berlin;
, archithese, Zurich;
Duncan Forbes & Thomas Seelig
, both Fotomuseum Winterthur.
Pro Helvetia guests 2015:
, Jamia University, New Delhi;
, Arab Image Foundation, Beirut;
, Picha Art Center, Lubumbashi;
, photographer and curator, New Delhi;
, The Finnish Museum of Photography, Helsinki;
, Ray Art Center, Shanghai.
Nominators Plat(t)form 2015:
Inke Arns (DE), Sheyi Bankale (UK), Bjarne Bare (PL/NO), Nadine Barth (DE), Reinhard Braun (AT), Nassim Daghighian (CH), Dörte Eißfeldt (DE), Jan Paul Evers (DE), Jan Förster (FI), Torsten Hattenkerl (DE), Martin Jaeggi (CH), Milo Keller (CH), Kim Knoppers (NL), Femke Lutgerink (NL), Walter Moser (AT), Kirsty Ogg (UK), November Paynter (TR), Anna Planas (FR), Olivier Richon (CH), Nicolas Savary (CH), Johannes Schwartz (DE), Thomas Seelig (CH), Izet Sheshivari (CH), Claudia Stein (DE), Olga Sviblova (RU), Roberta Valtorta (IT), Helmut Völter (DE), Dragana Vujanovic (SE), Francesco Zanot (IT)
Participation takes place only upon invitation. Each year, the Fotomuseum Winterthur asks thirty to forty curators, professors, publishers, editors, gallerists from all over Europe to nominate up to five photographers from their regions. From these nominations, the Fotomuseum Winterthur selects the forty-two participants. The participants receive a travel fee.
Plat(t)form offers the chance for emerging artists to introduce their work to an audience and to experts. Plat(t)form is an extremely lively discussion forum, a network, an information platform for professional and interested audiences. Plat(t)form also offers the possibility to collect exciting photography early on and for galleries, magazines, and publishers to discover interesting photographers. Plat(t)form is the showcase for the future of photography in Europe.
The Plat(t)form database makes it possible to view the works that are presented online. Each photographer is represented by five images; each participant chosen by the experts as exceptional is represented by ten images. One can search alphabetically or view the years (Plat(t)form 09, 10, 11, ... ) individually. Forty-two photographers will be added to this database every year, so in a short time it will become one of the most important research tools for European photography.
Membre collectif de NEAR / Collective member of NEAR
© Joanna Piotrowska, VI, 2014