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Lianzhou Photo Festival, China

LIANZHOU INTERNATIONAL PHOTO FESTIVAL exhibitions and seminars. Lianzhou City, Guangdong, China. +8620 0763 6636571. November 20-26.

Opening: 20 Nov 2005, 3 – 4:10pm

The Event Theme of the 1st Lianzhou International Photo Festival is ‘Dual Vision’ with a sub theme of ‘Lianzhou Beginnings’. The exhibition focuses on photography and contains multi media visual exhibitions. By exploration, dualism can be disclosed in history and culture. Discussions will be held on photography and its impact in/on’vision, existence, society, nationality, regional culture and globalization.

Other participating artists: Gary Knight, Guillaume Herbaut, Paul Fusco, Pascal Convert & Clotilde Viannay, Yves Gellie, James Nachtwey, Olivia Martin-MacGuire, Maggie Steber, Christopher Taylor, Philip Blenkinsop, Steven Dupont

Schedule:

Seminars at Cultural Museum Academic Hall:
21 Nov 2005
9:30-11:30am, New Photography of Europe; 3-5pm, Search Report about Lianzhou Old Villages

22 Nov 2005
9:30-11:30am, Who Reach On Whom; 3-5pm, Playback “Newstreel of Anthropology”

23 Nov 2005
9:30-11:30am, City’s Visual Presentation in Development; 3-5pm, Duality of Images

24 Nov 2005
3-5pm, Photography in Taiwan Contemporary Photography

25 Nov 2005
9:30-11:30am, Position of Pictures in Modern Media; 3-5pm, Image During Childhood

Seminar at Library Auditorium. 1st floor: 24 Nov 2005
9:30-11:30am, News Photography and Society

Culture Square
Jin Feng Lu, Lianzhou, China
Website: http://www.lzphotofestival.com/

Opening Hours: 8:30am – 5:30pm

Venue:

Culture Square, Lianzhou

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