Street Photo Milano will take place from the 16th to the 19th of May at BASE Milano with a wide selection of talks, contests and exhibitions.
Due from March to May, Circulation(s) Festival will take place in Paris at Centquatre and it will feature young photographers from all over Europe, who will use the festival as a springboard for their career.
Okinawa is the southern prefecture of Japan, comprising hundreds of Ryukyu Islands in a 620-mile long chain. But Okinawa is not just this: it's the place where karate was born and where life expectancy is the longest of the world.
The Mondial Air Balloon is a biyearly event that saw its début in 1989. It is the World's biggest hot air balloon festival, followed by the Albuquerque International Balloon Festival in New-Mexico, United States.
The composition of the four international juries – Venezia 74, Orizzonti, Venice Virtual Realty and the Premio Opera Prima “Luigi De Laurentiis” – for the 74th Venice Film Festival, directed by Alberto Barbera and organized by the Biennale of Venice, presided over by Paolo Baratta, has been announced: let's discover them.
Valeria Golino, from L.A to Naples.
Last weekend we have been to Reggio Emilia in Italy to check the opening of reggio emilia fotografia europea 2015, an important photography festival focusing on photojournalism and fine art photography. You can check it out the program of the festival with all the infos about the exhibition that are all around the city here. […]
After its enormous success last year, when over 25,000 visitors attended the festival and were swept away by it, Portrait(s) is now being held for the second time, from 13 June to 31 August 2014, bringing the City of Vichy back for a whole season as a stage for avant-garde photography today with a series of outstanding […]
Photos by Gianluca Abblasio Gianluca Abblasio was born in Torino in 1977. He live and works in Rome, where he taken the degree in computer science. He studied photography since 2008 and he’s still studing photojournalism in Rome at Officine Fotografiche.
A Photodiary from the Roskilde festival by Christoffer Rosenfeldt Thanks to our columnist Niklas Kingo for the coverage of the festival!