I spent the past weekend in Paris, working at FIAC, as well as enjoying the city and consuming vast amounts of cheese, wine and art – now let’s discuss the latest in more detail.
The French capital never disappointed me with a range of cultural events to visit, but a grande outdoor photographic exhibition right in the heart of the city is impressive even for Paris. Photoquai showcases talent of forty photographers from Asia, Africa, Australia and Latin America, relatively unknown in Europe (although I would argue if artists like Daria Tuminas, Evgenia Arbugaeva and Amit Madheshiya really fit the description, but it’s great to see their highly-acclaimed work once more nonetheless).
Challenging the viewer with its bold title Look at Me!, which refers to photography in general more than to a specific genre or theme, Photoquai IV is really a selection of creative talent from the less-explored corners of the globe.
- Albinos by Gustavo Lacerda:
- Family Stuff by Qingjun Huang:
- Twins by Rongguo Gao:
Other projects worth mentioning:
- A Package of a Package of a Package by Wasma Mansour
- Paradise by Anastasia Rudenko
- La Casita de Turrón by Roberto Tondopó