Each summer this beautiful French town gives itself over to an international photography festival which this year features around 40 exhibitions of varying sizes with countless lectures, parties, book signings and fringe events. A photo fair is a collection of images for sale and Arles is not that at all. It is a well-organised series of exhibitions, some around a theme, others showing the work of particular photographers, but all presenting a body of work and showing us what photography can do better than other art forms. The repetition of images on a theme, or the repetition of a photographer's point of view takes us beneath the skin and teaches us new ways of seeing. Western Stories , an exhibition of French westerns in the Camargue , does not contain any wonderful images but together the photographs hint at the influence in France of optimistic American culture.
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Levitt spent her life capturing scenes of daily life against one of the most dynamic urban backdrops of all time: the streets of the Big Apple. Pictured: New York, The Albertina Museum, Vienna. This group exhibition at Maison Des Lices uses the concept of space as a means to reflect on the most controversial topic of the 21st-century: immigration and the efforts being raised to contain it across Europe. Arnau Back. Lumen photography museum opens atop the Dolomite Mountains.
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It lasts until 21 September, but if you happen to find yourself in Provence after that the new Fondation Vincent Van Gogh is justification alone for a visit to the city. Bice Curiger, the brilliant artistic director of the Fondation, has produced a series of displays that bring together the promised nine paintings on annual loan from the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam with some sensitively chosen work by contemporary artists. A series of coloured fins that cast shards of colour into the interior, these colours fade as the light becomes stronger in summer, and will intensify again with the change of season.
In , the festival welcomed 93, visitors. The specially designed exhibitions, often organised in collaboration with French and foreign museums and institutions, take place in various historic sites. Some venues, such as 12th-century chapels or 19th-century industrial buildings, are open to the public throughout the festival.