Last Saturday, the vernisage of Fetart’s Circulation(s) festival took place @ the Parisian well hidden, well isolated Parc de Bagatelle. Not pouring but drizzling (which is even worst) for what promised to be THE evening of young European photography.
Quite a few disappointments, a “curious” mise-en-scène, but nice hot soup for such gray-day. We’re completely sure that if the Sun had been shining over our heads and the beautiful Galerie Côté Seine & Trianon, things would have been much much nicer.
Despite the evident holes the nice people @ Fetart did their best to bring as many people as they could to the remote location for the 2nd edition of their cross-European photograph exhibition. Loads of hits (that we’ll keep talking about) & misses but many emerging talents such as David de Beyter whose “Concrete Mirrors” series is inevitably linked (maybe inspired?) by Frédéric Chaubin’s Cosmic Communist Constructions.
David (French-born but Belgian-adopted) also timetravels to the always fascinating, always futuristic 60s architecture, focusing on all those places who had an spacial & scientific accreditation.
But beware! because most of those images are a mix of realities, even virtual ones which trick our perception by giving life to many architecture projects that actually never took place. Were we looking at the future ?share news item