Correspondence is an online project that aims to reflect on the relevance that photography has taken in contemporary visual culture without losing the historical perspective and its original contexts of creation and diffusion.
This second edition of Correspondence’s program is extended throughout the year following the thread of two conversations that will be developed around a subject that embraces Foto Colectania’s 2017 exhibitions and activities. This motto is: Photography: In print | Online, and serves as a starting point to approach these two environments in which photography resides and can be found.
Each of the conversations will have a duration of two months in which two experts in the field will develop the dialogue. Unlike a face-to-face activity, the chosen format of these conversations wants to refer to the old correspondence, recalling the lapse of time in between receiving and answering a letter. In this way, this program claims the “paused reflection” in an era marked by the “here and now”.
6 posts in total. 3 posts alternately published by each participant
Publishing dates: May 16-30, June 13-27, July 11-25
Participants: Fred Ritchin / Nathan Jurgenson
6 posts in total.3 posts alternately published by each participant
Publishing dates: October 4-18-31, November 14-28, December 12
Participants: Marta Gili / Georges Didi- Huberman
This program has the main collaboration of the Banc Sabadell Foundation:
About Foto Colectania:
Foto Colectania is a private non-profit foundation created in Barcelona in 2002 with the aim of disseminating photography in the social, artistic and educational field. The activities and programs developed at Foto Colectania include:
– A program of exhibitions and activities that aims to show the different photographic practices from an open perspective, with special emphasis on the areas related to dissemination and education.
-The immersion in the virtual environment with the aim of creating new experiences not only linked to the physical activities of the center, but also providing new contents.
-The enhancement of Foto Colectania’s Collection, consisting of more than 3,000 photographs of Spanish and Portuguese authors, through traveling exhibitions to National and International centers, and the future creation of a new web platform that makes the collection available online.
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